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Twenty-six U.S. freeskiers and snowboarders are set to compete at X Games Aspen 2021 at Buttermilk in Colorado Jan. 29-31. The event will feature men’s and women’s ski and snowboard competitions in the disciplines of slopestyle, halfpipe, big air, and knuckle huck.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard has named 21 athletes to represent the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team at the 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, February 8-21.
Alex Leever led three U.S. men into the second run in the annual Schladming night slalom, crashing into the finish to take 24th place and score his first World Cup points.
Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete and Olympian Tommy Ford announced on Tuesday via Instagram that he will be sidelined for the remainder of the season with knee and hand injuries, as well as a concussion, sustained during a horrific crash at Adelboden, Switzerland during the second of two FIS Ski World Cup giant slalom races.
In the final FIS Ski World Cup giant slalom before the 2021 FIS World Championships, two-time Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin snagged fourth place in Kronplatz, Italy.
Tessa Worley, whose longtime boyfriend Julien Lizeroux will retire this evening at Schladming, Austria's Night Race, put on a show second run, hammering from fifth place to take the big win. Lara Gut-Behrami was second—her third podium in four races in three different disciplines—and World Cup giant slalom leader Marta Bassino rounded out the podium in third.
The U.S. Snowboardcross Team continued their early-season success on Sunday with Faye Gulini earning her second podium in as many days finishing in second, and Hagen Kearney claiming third in the final race of the Chiesa in Valmalenco World Cup in Italy.
While Gulini was confident from her podium performance on Saturday, she knew she would have to maintain the elements of her riding that have proved fruitful thus far.
Young gun Bella Wright was the top Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team finisher in the super-G in Crans-Montana, Switzerland in 28th place—her fifth points-scoring result in as many races.
Lara Gut-Behrami of Switzerland took the big victory, winning the race by almost a full second. Tamara Tippler of Austria was second and Federica Brignone of Italy third.