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Visa Big Air Presented by Land Rover Dec. 20-21, SunTrust Park, Atlanta, Ga.

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Under heavy snowfall and after a few powder runs, Aaron Blunck was victorious Friday for the second-consecutive year at the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix FIS Freeski World Cup at Copper Mountain, Colo.

The FIS Cross Country World Cup moves to Davos, Switzerland, this weekend for a pair of events, including the highly-anticipated first freestyle sprint of the season Saturday. Over the past few years, the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team has excelled in this format, which provides fast-paced racing in an exciting head-to-head format.

Moguls competes two World Cups Dec. 14 & 15, including the first dual of the season.

Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team rising star Brian McLaughlin remembers the day well when his friend Ronnie Berlack died in an avalanche. Five years ago this January two promising U.S. Ski Team athletes, Berlack and Bryce Astle, were killed during a training camp in Sölden, Austria. The Bryce and Ronnie Athlete Snow Safety (BRASS) Foundation has named Brian as an ambassador, helping bring greater awareness to other ski racers and clubs of the dangers outside the race course.

Four U.S. Snowboard Team Athletes overcame early-season nerves and rode their way into the final round of the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colo. on Thursday. Maddie Mastro led the way, and qualified first for the women.

Though our jaws are all still on the floor from Tommy Ford’s incredible inaugural visit to the podium—and the top step, no less—it is time for the FIS Ski World Cup Tour to travel across the pond to Europe. First stop: Val d’Isere, France with a giant slalom and slalom for the tech men and St. Moritz, Switzerland for the rare tech and speed combo of super-G and parallel for the women. What kind of tricks does the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team have up their sleeves this weekend?

Two-time Olympic gold medalist, three-time reigning FIS Ski World Cup overall champion, five-time World Champion, historical four-time slalom World Champ, super-G World Champ, only athlete to win in all six disciplines, winningest slalom skier of all-time...the list of accolades goes on, and on - and then on some more - for Mikaela Shiffrin.

Three women and six men of the U.S. Freeski Team qualified through to finals today on the first day of competition at the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colo. 

For the men, two local Colorado natives topped their heats with Taylor Seaton leading the way in heat one and Birk Irving in heat two. Seaton was in the hot seat kicking off the competition as the first athlete to drop. 

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