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The Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team wrapped up the sixth and final stage of the Ski Tour 2020 on Sunday with a 15k classic pursuit in Trondheim, Norway. Jessie Diggins was the top U.S. finisher of the day and in the overall tour, taking sixth place, while Sadie Maubet Bjornsen also snagged a top-10 result, finishing in 10th overall.

Sunday’s dual moguls FIS Freestyle World Cup in Tazawako, Japan was canceled due to heavy fog and snow.

Alice Merryweather earned a career-best eighth-place result in Sunday's alpine combined at Crans-Montana, Switzerland to lead the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team. 

Italy's Federica Brignone pulled off the victory with some gutsy skiing, while the rest of the podium was a bit of a surprise as Austria's Franziska Gritsch was second, and the Czech Republic's Ester Ledecka rounded out the podium in third. With her win, Federica became the first woman to win four alpine combined races in a single ski resort, and she became the FIS Ski World Cup overall leader. 

After many delays on Sunday, the FIS Ski World Cup slalom in Niigata Yuzawa Naeba, Japan was finally canceled. Luke Winters and Tommy Ford were scheduled to start for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team. 

Justin Schoenefeld claimed his first career World Cup podium with a win, Chris Lillis stood next to him in third.

After a travel day from Meraker, Norway on Friday, the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team arrived in Trondheim, Norway—the final destination of the Ski Tour 2020—for a classic sprint. Sophie Caldwell and Sadie Maubet Bjornsen were the top finishers for the Americans, finishing 14th and 16th, respectively.

With 10,000 Norwegians watching in the Granasen Ski Centre, Maiken Caspersen Falla put on a show in front of the home crowd to take the win. Linn Svahn of Sweden was second and Nadine Faehndrich of Switzerland third.

Hannah Soar was just off the podium in the Tazawako, Japan FIS World Cup moguls competition on Saturday, finishing in fourth place.

Perrine Laffont of France took the win with Japan’s Junko Hoshino taking second in front of the home crowd. Jakara Anthony of Australia was third.

Alice Mckennis led the charge for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team, landing in 16th in Saturday's sun-splashed downhill in Crans-Montana, Switzerland. 

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