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Jessie Diggins Brave Enough
Megan Nick's First Career Aerials Podium | 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle Cup
Jaelin Kauf Takes 5th in Moguls | 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle Cup
Hannah Soar Takes 4th in Moguls | 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle Cup
Lyman Currier Takes Third | Freeski Halfpipe | 2020 Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain
The biggest takeaway from the season for Hailey Swirbul was about perspective. Whether it meant making the repetitive European breakfasts more enjoyable or being a better teammate, there was something to be gained from not focusing on the greater successes.
As with the completion of any season, there are always changes to staff and rosters moving forward, and the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team is no exception. This past season brought many successes, and unfortunately an abrupt end to the season.
The 2019-20 season can’t be defined by one or two riders dominating the professional circuit. The star-studded line up of the U.S. Snowboard Team boasted 13 riders earning elite-level podiums. The men and women of the U.S. Snowboard Team continued to prove their status as a diverse and talented group of competitors across FIS World Cup and elite-level competition. The U.S. Snowboard Team earned 19 FIS World Cup podiums, as well as 12 podiums across X Games, Dew Tour, and the U.S. Open.
Olympic champion, winningest female alpine ski racer of all time and Land Rover Ambassador Lindsey Vonn's HBO documentary, Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season, has been nominated for two sports Emmy awards.
Known as the most decorated female alpine skier of all time, Lindsey intimately recounts her final season in this feature-length documentary, with a look back at her transcendent career, from child prodigy with humble beginnings at Buck Hill, Minn. to the Olympic champion and winningest female alpine ski racer.
Every winter ushers in new athletes, challenges and triumphs, and the 2019-20 competition season was no exception. The men and women of the U.S. Freeski Team found success across World Cup, Youth Olympic, and elite-level competition, once again solidifying the U.S. as a serious contender at the highest level of slopestyle, halfpipe, and big air freeskiing. The U.S. Freeski Team earned 20 FIS World Cup podiums, 12 podiums at X Games and Dew Tour, as well as five Youth Olympic Games medals.
Feel free to make fun of Simi Hamilton for becoming the old man who refused to hang it up. He won’t mind, as he did the same when he was younger. Of course, there is a drive behind the Aspen Olympian’s desire to keep going that is worth noting.
“I’m turning into one of those people I always kind of made fun of a little bit,” Hamilton joked. “I felt like I learned a lot of things about my body and my mind this year where I can kind of tweak a lot of things this coming training season and put in a really good next year. I’m psyched about giving it one more shot.”
The United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) is currently hosting the 2020 USASA National Championships Relief Auction through April 8 to help bridge the financial gap created by the loss of this year's event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After missing more than a month of competition due to the tragic passing of her father, Olympic and World Champion Mikaela Shiffrin made the decision on March 5th to return to Europe for the final FIS Ski World Cup races of the season.