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2022-23 U.S. World Cup Events

U.S. Alpine World Cup Events

Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, Feb. 25-26, 2023
FIS Men's World Cup // Giant Slalom, Slalom
Tahoe, California

Stifel America's Downhill, March 3-5, 2023
FIS Men's World Cup // Super-G, Downhill
Aspen, Colorado


Kauf Second, Soar Third at the 2023 Intermountain Health Freestyle International

Maddie Mastro and Chase Blackwell put down solid runs to land on the podium to close out the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain.

On another windy day in Mammoth, the athletes descended into the pipe in-between wind gusts to put on a show for the fans. Mastro led the women by finishing in third and Blackwell was on the podium for the first time in his career, also in third. 

Jessie Diggins skied to her second-straight podium, finishing second in the 10k freestyle individual start FIS Cross Country World Cup in Toblach, Italy, Saturday.

It was an electric day in Chamonix, France with our Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team men putting two in the top 15. Jett Seymour led the men’s team with an incredible first run from bib 59 to 11th place, then he knocked it out of the park on a very tricky course set to ski into second, and ultimately got seventh place. Seymour made a mind blowing 52 bib jump.

Kaila Kuhn led the Americans in aerials at the 2023 Intermountain Health Freestyle International

Birk Irving and David Wise were first and second in the wind-blown freeski halfpipe finals at the 2023 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain. 

When many thought the contest would be canceled due to high winds at Mammoth Mountain, the athletes still dropped into the pipe for the halfipipe finals. After a beautiful tribute to former U.S. Freeski Team athlete Kyle Smaine, where hundreds of current and former athletes, family and friends descended the pipe together, the contest went on.

At the place of her first ever podium and first ever win, Jessie Diggins was back in the top three in the Toblach city sprint today, Feb. 3. 

For the final weekend of racing before the World Championships in Plancia, Slovenia, the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team is back in Toblach, Italy for a skate sprint, 10k skate and a 4x7.5k relay. 

The U.S. Freestyle Ski Team put on a show on home snow
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