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Tommy Ford wowed the home crowd and absolutely annihilated the field to win his first podium and first FIS Ski World Cup win - by a massive .80 seconds - at the Xfinity Birds of Prey World Cup at Beaver Creek to lead three Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team members into the top 30.
Mikaela Shiffrin snagged another top-10 result in Lake Louise, taking 10th place in the super-G and continuing to build her seemingly insurmountable World Cup overall lead.
The U.S. Cross Country Team of Sophie Caldwell, Sadie Maubet Bjornsen, Rosie Brennan and Jessie Diggins battled to a second-place finish in Sunday’s FIS Cross Country World Cup 4x5k team relay in Lillehammer, Norway.
“It is always an incredible day when we land on the podium as a team,” Sadie said. “Putting four perfect legs together is a huge achievement, which is why winning a team medal is so special. I am really proud of all the girls today. It has been a few years since our group has stood on the podium for the 4x5km relay, so we were quite excited!”
The Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team women roared back to the top in Lake Louise, Alberta, on Saturday with Mikaela Shiffrin storming onto the downhill podium in second place—just .13 seconds off of first—and Alice McKennis and Alice Merryweather taking 10th and 11th respectively. Mikaela’s result also extended her overall World Cup lead to 270 points.
Nicole Schmidhofer of Austria won the downhill with Italy's Francesca Marsaglia in third. Friday’s winner Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic was just two-hundredths off the podium in fourth.
Anticipation was mounting all week for Ryan Cochran-Siegle, who put down the fastest training time in Wednesday's first and only downhill training run at Xfinity Birds of Prey World Cup. Despite the increased pressure, the 2012 Junior World Downhill Champion held his composure and finished a career-best sixth-place - a blink of an eye (.08 seconds) - off the podium in a shortened downhill.
Jaelin Kauf lead the U.S. Moguls Team with a fourth-place finish at the FIS World Cup Opener in Ruka, Finland, Saturday. Jaelin absolutely dominated the middle section with her speed but came short of the podium when she straddled a mogul during her run.
Jessie Diggins finished second in the 15k skiathlon, tying a career-best World Cup skiathlon result, to lead the Davis U.S. Cross Country National Team Program in Lillehammer, Norway, Sunday. Sadie Maubet Bjornsen was eighth, and Rosie Brennan was 16th.
“I felt great today, and was listening to my body and adjusting my pacing the whole way,” Jessie said. “It feels awesome to know I’m in good shape and that my technique is continuing to improve!”
Mikaela Shiffrin extended her overall World Cup lead to 206 points after leading the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team with a 10th place finish in the first of two downhills at Lake Louise, Alberta.