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All eyes are on Jessie Diggins and Sadie Bjornsen as the U.S. Cross Country Team heads to Davos, Switzerland, for the second FIS Cross Country World Cup freestyle sprint of the season Saturday.
Andy Newell and Julia Kern skied through mid-winter conditions to take their respective Super Tour sprint victories at the Sovereign Lake Ski Club in SilverStar, British Columbia.
Three-time Olympian Resi Stiegler sustained a minor right knee injury in St. Moritz, Switzerland, during the parallel slalom that will sideline her for the foreseeable future.
The networks of NBC will provide more than 30 hours of winter sports broadcast and streaming coverage this week for fans to tune in and cheer on U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes.

The U.S. Snowboard Halfpipe Team opened the 2018-19 season at Copper Mountain, Dec. 5-8, with the first FIS Snowboard World Cup halfpipe competition of the season in Copper's 22-foot pipe. U.S. Ski & Snowboard photographer Sarah Brunson was there to capture all the action. Enjoy the image gallery below.

The U.S. Freeski Halfpipe Team kicked off the 2018-19 season at Copper Mountain, Dec. 5-8, with the first FIS Freeski World Cup halfpipe competition of the season. U.S. Ski & Snowboard photographer Sarah Brunson captured some outstanding images. Enjoy the image gallery below.
 

U.S. Freeski & Snowboard athletes claimed seven of 12 podium positions including two first-place finishes from Chloe Kim and Aaron Blunck at last weekend’s Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colorado.
Sporting some fresh faces, the women’s U.S. Cross Country Team skied away with a fifth-place finish in the first FIS Cross Country World Cup 4x5k classic/freestyle team relay.
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