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Freeskiers and snowboarders from across the globe have arrived at Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in California’s Eastern Sierra for slopestyle and halfpipe competition at the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix. Holding home-court advantage, 39 freeskiers and 37 snowboarders will represent the United States in FIS World Cup competition. 

U.S. Freeski Pro Team member Kiernan Fagan is psyched to compete after earning third-place at last year’s event.

Due to the outbreak and continuing spread of the Novel Coronavirus, FIS, the Chinese Ski Association and its Yanqing Local Organizing Committee, have jointly decided to cancel the upcoming men’s Audi FIS World Cup races scheduled for 15 -16 February 2020.

It was a wild and chaotic night slalom under the lights in Schladming in front of a rowdy Austrian crowd with Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway taking home the win. Racing against arguably the deepest and most challenging field on the FIS Ski World Cup circuit at the moment, the U.S. men did not qualify for a second run.

The ski industry lost one of its most treasured pioneers and founder of NASTAR with the passing of John Fry over the weekend. A longtime supporter of the U.S. Ski Team and ski racing, he is also credited with starting the Nations Cup to recognize the top country each season in the sport. 

Fry was inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in 1995. 

In the final competition of X Games Aspen 2020 on Sunday U.S. Freeski Pro Team member Alex Ferreira defended his superpipe title securing his second-consecutive X Games gold medal. 

“Let’s go,” said Alex overcome by pure happiness. “I can not believe I went back-to-back. I have so many people to thank. Thank you to my coach Elana Chase. Thank you to my friends and family who came out, I love you guys so much.”

Jessie Diggins snagged her second classic sprint podium of the season to lead four Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team athletes into the top 16 in Oberstdorf, Germany, Sunday. Sophie Caldwell was fourth, Sadie Maubet Bjornsen was ninth and Rosie Brennan was 16th.

In what is a rebuilding year for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team in slalom, the American slalom skiers showed flashes of brilliance but will have to look ahead to the Schladming Night race on Tuesday evening to show what they are made of, under the lights. 

Mikaela Shiffrin took her second win of the weekend in Bansko, Bulgaria, winning her fourth FIS World Cup super-G.

Behind Mikaela, Marta Bassino of Italy grabbed her second second-place finish of the weekend, and Lara Gut-Behrami of Switzerland was third. "It was a perfect weekend for me," said Mikaela, who won the first downhill on Friday and was fourth in the downhill on Saturday. "It was super fun, but again—it was a really big challenge." Mikaela walked away from the weekend with a massive 250 more points to extend her lead in the overall. 

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