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Breezy Johnson—who returned to competition from back-to-back knee injuries in January—matched her season-best from Bansko with a fifth-place on Friday in the first of two downhills in Crans-Montana, Switzerland to lead three Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athletes into the top 30. 

The U.S. Moguls Team competes in two events in Japan this week.
Aerials' competition continues in Minsk, Belarus, with a World Cup on Saturday and a synchro event on Sunday.

The Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team heads to Crans-Montana, Switzerland for the women's speed crew and Yuzawa Naeba, Japan for the mens' tech team this weekend.

Jessie Diggins finished seventh and led a strong push by the Davis U.S. Cross Country Team with six athletes finishing in the top 30 in Thursday’s 34k freestyle Queen Stage of Ski Tour 2020. 

“That was really fun, and really hard,” Jessie said. “It was an all-out effort, and I’m really proud of that since it was one of my big goals for this tour - to go all out every single race!”

It was February 1st, 2020—an unusually warm day in Alpe Cimbra, Trentino, Italy, home of the official European training base for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team. Olympic and World Champion and FIS Ski World Cup overall leader Mikaela Shiffrin was there to begin a training block, but she was also there to achieve yet another career-first: become the first Olympic athlete in this sport era to receive a solo Sports Illustrated cover outside of an Olympic year.

Ten-time X Games Gold Medalist, four-time Olympian, and U.S. Snowboardcross Team member Lindsey Jacobellis is set to host the 2020 Super Girl Snow Pro at Bear Mountain in Big Bear, Calif. Feb. 22-23. Lindsey is psyched about this year’s improvements to the only all women’s snowboard competition in the world. 

Six members of the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team advanced to the heats in the Stage 3 freestyle sprint held on the lower slopes of Sweden’s National Ski Area in Åre, with Jessie Diggins leading the way in 11th on Tuesday.

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