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Davis U.S. Cross Country Team athlete Rosie Brennan sat down with the FIS to reflect on the past season.

#fiscrosscountry​ athletes can be so proud of what they achieve over and over again, taking one step at a time. It's been a long way and the FIS takes a look back with Brennan and what she would tell her younger self.

U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team nominations for the 2021-22 Olympic season.

U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced the U.S. Alpine Ski Team nominations for the 2021-22 competition season.

To say that the Davis U.S. Cross Country Team experienced a historical season, would be an understatement! This past season, the team racked up two World Cup overall titles; the first American FIS Tour de Ski overall victory, five World Cup victories, and 14 World Cup podiums.

Two-time Olympic champion and six-time world champion Mikaela Shiffrin recently caught up with USA Today's Nancy Armour to reflect on the unprecedented 2020-21 season for an article entitled, "Mikaela Shiffrin finds a way through grief after father's sudden death." 

In the article, Shiffrin shared just how emotional her first FIS Ski World Cup victory (in Courchevel, France) since her father's passing was, 

Despite the fact that the 2020-21 season was full of new and uncharted territories, from thousands of nose swabs, stacks of paperwork to get from point A to point B, to mask-wearing on the podium and social distancing, the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team also experienced new and uncharted territory on the mountain—depth like we haven't experienced in a long time. 

Despite the added stress of competing amidst a global pandemic, the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team showed their true grit and resilience in achieving banner results. For the first time in recent recorded history (according to records available via FIS), the U.S.

The 2020-21 season was unique, but it was all about perspective for the U.S. Freeski Team. Although there were fewer competitions, no fans, limited media, and robust mitigation policies in place, athletes had the chance to do things differently. 

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