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2022-23 U.S. World Cup Events
Talented racers showed their speed in Copper at the Stifel Success NorAm Cup events, which also included the Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships downhill.
In the women's race and the men's race, both veterans and young racers came out on top. Olympian Tricia Mangan took the win on the women's side, with Allison Mollin from Team Palisades Tahoe in second and Cheyenne Brown from Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club in third. Mangan was crowned National Champion in downhill, while Mollin was named Junior National Champion.
A beautiful Sunday in Beaver Creek for super-G. Norwegian skier Aleksander Kilde winning the weekend, two days in a row at the Birds of Prey hill. Again, Swiss skier, Marco Odermatt, taking second.
The U.S. Aerials Ski Team has a strong showing at the first FIS Freestyle World Cup aerials event of the season in Ruka, Finland. Kaila Kuhn was the top American woman, finishing just off the podium in fourth place, while Olympic gold medalist Chris Lillis was the top man in fifth place.
The U.S. Snowboardcross Team had two athletes in the top 10 in the first Snowboardcross (SBX) World Cup races of the season in Les Deux Alpes, France.
Six athletes made the SBX finals, including Hagen Kearney, Jake Vedder, Cody Winters, Stacy Gaskill, Lindsey Jacobellis and Faye Gulini.
Diggins Ninth in 20k Classic Mass Start
Coming off a victory in the 10k and a fourth in the skate sprint, Jessie Diggins rounds out the Cross Country World Cup in Lillehammer, Norway with a ninth place in today's 20k classic mass start and teammate Gus Schumacher skied a smart race and ended the weekend with a 17th place finish.
The men’s Birds of Prey Downhill went off Saturday thanks to the help of the hundreds of volunteers and course workers. The workers helping to prepare the hill after the day's previous snow storm that brought 14 inches to the course hill.
The U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team had six athletes in the top 10 at the debut World Cup of the season in Ruka, Finland.
Olivia Giaccio led the women's team in fourth, with teammate Jaelin Kauf right behind in fifth place. Elizabeth Lemley, an up-and-coming talent on the team, finished in seventh.
For the men, Nick Page led the way with a fourth-place finish with teammates Dylan Walczyk and Cole McDonald in seventh and eighth.