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U.S. Snowboard Pro Team member Jamie Anderson earned her eighth U.S. Open victory in Friday’s slopestyle finals, and dedicated her win to the late Jake Burton Carpenter.

“This feels really good,” said Jamie. “I can’t believe my first run held. This one feels like the best one yet for sure. I love snowboarding and I love this event. Big shout out to Jake [Burton Carpenter], I definitely rode for him and everything he has brought to the industry that we all get to enjoy.”

The FIS Ski World Cup tour moves onward for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team, despite challenging variables in both Hinterstoder, Austria for the men, and La Thuile, Italy for the women. 

Weather threatens both the men’s series in Hinterstoder—which features a super-G, alpine combined and giant slalom—as well as the women’s alpine super-G and alpine combined in La Thuile. 

Chris Lillis won the Almaty Aerials World Cup, Meagan Nick earned a second-place.

U.S. Ski & Snowboard continues to foster and cultivate a culture of diversity and inclusion in a new and exciting opportunity for girls ages 12 and up. In partnership with Woodward Park City, U.S. Ski & Snowboard is hosting a Girls’ Mini-Camp March 6-7, 2020. 

Jesse will forgo the rest of the World Cup season in order to correct a shoulder injury he sustained in January.
Both aerials and moguls are set to compete in Kazakhstan this weekend.

Two-time Olympian and talented artist Laurenne Ross has published her first book, a photography book entitled “Approach”—featuring photos taken from several locations around the world: Italy, Switzerland, Alberta and British Columbia (Canada), New Zealand, Chile and France.

Visa Big Air Champion Alex Hall looks to continue his impressive season Feb. 28-29 in Destne, Czech Republic, at the final FIS World Cup big air of the season. 

Alex is currently ranked second in the FIS World Cup standings, and even with the big air Crystal Globe within arms reach, Alex plans to keep his focus on what’s worked so well in competition over the past two seasons. 

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