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In her last race as a professional skier, the decorated Sadie Maubet Bjornsen came out as the top American in the 2021 FIS Nordic Ski World Championships 30k classic race, finishing in 15th place.

Middlebury College’s Erik Arvidsson—the 2016 World Junior Downhill Champion—staked his claim on the FIS Ski World Cup on Saturday, finishing eighth to lead two Americans into the top 10 in Saalbach, Austria’s downhill. 

Two-time Olympic champion and six-time world champion Mikaela Shiffrin showed the world that she belongs on the top step of the podium, prevailing over rival Petra Vlhova on her home turf at Jasna, Slovakia, to grab her 45th career FIS Ski World Cup slalom victory on Saturday at Jasna, Slovakia. 

Simi Hamilton, David Norris, Scott Patterson, and Gus Schumacher teamed up to represent the United States and post the best 4x10k relay finish in decades for the Americans, finishing eighth in Friday’s event at the 2021 FIS Nordic Ski World Championships in Oberstdorf, Germany.

Faye Gulini battled her way to a third-place finish on the second day of competition in Bakuriani, Georgia on Friday, marking her third podium in five World Cup starts this season.

Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Ben Ritchie won slalom gold at FIS Alpine World Junior Ski Championships in Bansko, Bulgaria on Friday, becoming the first American male to win the title since veteran teammate and downhiller Steven Nyman in 2002 in Sella Nevea, Italy. 

Some days the team effort means so much more than the actual race result. Thursday was one of those days as the U.S.

Lindsey Jacobellis, the winningest snowboardcross rider of all time, earned her 55th World Cup podium on Thursday, finishing third at the inaugural Bakuriani World Cup in Georgia. 

Jacobellis enjoyed the course at Bakuriani as it reminded the veteran rider of the “old days” competing in snowboardcross.

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