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U.S. Snowboard Pro Team member Taylor Gold led an all American podium at the inaugural X Games snowboard superpipe session on the second night of X Games Aspen 2020. In a brand new competition where style, creativity, and fun are the name of the game, Taylor was able to let his true colors shine. It was a night full of hand plants, lip tricks, gator rolls, and pure joy for the riders. 

In the most challenging and famous FIS World Cup on the circuit, Bryce Bennett grabbed a solid eighth-place result in the Kitzbuehel downhill.

Thrilling the raucous Hahnenkamm crowd, the Austrian men went 1-2 with Matthias Mayer winning and Vincent Kriechmayr taking second. Beat Feuz of Switzerland tied Vincent for second. It was Matthias' second win in Kitzbuehel, having won the super-G in 2017, and became the eighth man to win the speed double at the venue.

Some days you have it, some days you don’t, and some days you just chalk it up as quality training and a good learning opportunity. Such was the theme of the day for the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team as the FIS Cross Country World Cup continued with a skiathlon race in Oberstdorf, Germany, Saturday.

Mikaela Shiffrin and Breezy Johnson led the way for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team in Bulgaria, finishing just off the podium in fourth and fifth place, respectively, in the Bansko downhill.

Travis Ganong landed another top result, finishing in 10th in the super-G in Kitzbuehel, Austria—the most famously challenging super-G on the FIS World Cup circuit.

U.S. Freeski Pro Team member Colby Stevenson won gold in the inaugural ski knuckle event on the first night of X Games Aspen 2020 in a winner-take-all competition. 

Colby landed a 540 nose butter into a 720 out to kick off the event and set the tone for the evening. Colby held the top spot for the entirety of the competition. The X Games rookie was at a loss for words as he received his first X Games medal. 

Mikaela Shiffrin picked up her first FIS World Cup downhill win of the 2019-20 season in Bansko, Bulgaria. And in only her second race back after injury, Breezy Johnson finished in 10th.

Federica Brignone of Italy took second place and Joana Haehlen of Switzerland stepped on her first World Cup podium in third.

After a six week break in their World Cup schedule, the mogul skiers of the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team return to the world stage on Jan. 25 in Tremblant, Canada.
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