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It’s a big weekend for alpine ski racing, with the men heading to the 90th edition of the classic FIS Ski World Cup Lauberhorn in Wengen, Switzerland, and the women returning to the site of the 2006 Olympic Games in Sestriere, Italy. 

With the conclusion of the 2020 L.L.Bean U.S. Cross Country Championships, U.S. Ski & Snowboard has named three teams to represent the United States at the 2020 U23 and Junior FIS Cross Country World Championships, and the U18 Scandinavian Championships.

On a chilly night in Flachau, Austria, Mikaela Shiffrin captured her 16th-straight FIS Ski World Cup slalom podium—a World Cup record—finishing in third place under the lights.

Seventeen Americans will be dropping in at the fourth annual Seiser Alm Legends FIS Freeski and Snowboard World Cup in Italy. Freeskiers are set to kick off the program Jan 17-18 and snowboarders will close it out Jan 22-23. U.S Freeski Pro Team member Willie Borm can’t wait for the action to get started.

Twelve slopestyle and 10 halfpipe riders will represent the U.S. at the fifth edition of the Laax Open FIS Snowboard World Cup Jan. 13-18 in Switzerland. 

“The Laax Open brings all kinds of snowboarders together,” said Reto Gurtner, President & CEO of LAAX ski resort. “The top riders, the amateurs, rising stars, the next generation of jibbers and all the boarder families. It’s a mountain lifestyle affair!”

Four domestic World Cup spots awarded from the combined results of Thursday and Saturday’s competitions.
Emma Resnick led Team USA in fourth at the Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games' giant slalom on Sunday.
Luke Winters attacked from the back again to snag his third points-scoring result of the season, finishing 26th in the slalom in Adelboden, Switzerland.
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