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Mikaela Shiffrin scored her 90th World Cup victory in front of thousands of New England fans at the Stifel Killington Cup slalom. Stifel U.S. Ski Team teammate Paula Moltzan also had a tremendous day with an eighth place finish.

The stands were packed once again as the Stifel U.S. Ski Team ladies prepared to put on a show for their domestic fans. Shiffrin immediately took the lead, running bib three with a clean run on the steep and icy course. Moltzan was not far behind, skiing into sixth place on run one, just over a second out from Shiffrin. 

Another day, another podium for the Stifel U.S. Cross Country Ski Team. Teammates Jessie Diggins and Rosie Brennan put all the pieces together in a gutsy mass start 20k to leave Ruka with a double USA podium, with Diggins in second and Brennan in third. 

In front of the screaming home crowd, Mikaela Shiffrin notched her 140th career World Cup podium with a third place finish at the Stifel Killington Cup giant slalom race Saturday. Teammates Paula Moltzan and AJ Hurt also brought home strong results, with Moltzan finishing eighth and Hurt 19th.

On the second day of racing in Ruka, Finland, Stifel U.S. Cross Country Ski Team athlete Rosie Brennan took home her first individual classic podium in the 10k classic. Teammate Jessie Diggins crossed the line in 11th, a career best classic result in Ruka. 

The Stifel Killington Cup is Thanksgiving weekend, kicking off the first domestic World Cup of the season. The best women giant slalom and slalom skiers will be heading out of the start gate down the storied Superstar trail for the seventh time since 2014 at the most attended women's World Cup on the circuit.  

The women’s first run is scheduled to start at 10:00 a.m. ET and second run at 1:00 p.m. ET. The first run will be live ONLY on Outside for free. The second run will also be streamed by Outside for free, and will also be live on NBC and Peacock.

The FIS Cross Country World Cup kicked off in Ruka, Finland with the classic sprint and four Americans found the top 11. Jessie Diggins led the women in seventh place and Ben Ogden the men in 11th.

It was a cold, blustery day for the first World Cup of the 2023-24 season and the excitement of a new season was palpable. Thousands of fans crowded the course, including the familiar faces of the Stifel U.S. Freestyle Ski Team moguls athletes who lined the finishing stretch to cheer. 

Stifel U.S. Freeski Team slopestyle team athletes Mac Forehand and Alex Hall podiumed in the first slopestyle World Cup of the season, taking home second and third respectively.

Due to tough weather conditions, qualifiers were rescheduled from Friday to Thursday with hope of finals on Friday. However, due to the forecast predicting extreme winds and heavy snowfall, the finals were ultimately canceled. Results were determined based on qualifications, making this the second freeski World Cup to do so this season, after last month's Big Air Chur event was cut short due to weather. 

The 2023-24 Alpine World Cup season is officially upon us featuring four domestic World Cups on the calendar. This season the world’s best will be in the United States for the Stifel Killington Cup in Killington, Vt., the Xfinity Birds of Prey in Beaver Creek Colo., the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup in Olympic Valley, Calif., and the Stifel Aspen Winternational in Aspen, Colo. 

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