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Sadie Bjornsen finished 11th overall Sunday in the FIS Cross Country World Cup Finals mini-tour in Quebec City, Canada.
Nina O’Brien and Luke Winters won slalom titles at the 2019 Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships Sunday at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort.
Nina O’Brien won her third-consecutive Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships title in parallel slalom at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort Saturday.
Sadie and Erik Bjornsen both led the U.S. Ski Team skied in 18th Saturday in the FIS Cross Country World Cup Finals classic distance Quebec City, Canada.  
Sadie Bjornsen battled through a semifinal mishap and soft snow conditions to finish sixth in the FIS Cross Country World Cup Finals freestyle sprint Friday in Quebec City, Canada.  
Nina O’Brien added two more U.S. Alpine Championship titles to her resume, winning both the super-G and the alpine combined at the Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships at Wednesday and Thursday Sugarloaf, Maine.
With their shared passion for music, Chris Lillis and Justin Schoenefeld started a music program called PC Rule Your Sound.

The 2019 Spring Battle took place at the Absolut Park in Flachau, Austria, this week serving up a nice change of pace for U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes. U.S. Snowboard Pro Team member Lyon Farrell took the top spot earning the highest score of this very unique competition.

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