"It’s just a matter of having fun and letting my body do what it already knows how to do; race as hard as possible!"
4 Things You Didn't Know About Sadie Maubet Bjornsen
- 1. Sadie started as an alpine skier and eventually switched to cross country skiing when she got frustrated with “getting cold riding up the chairlift.”
- 2. She was the top U.S. finisher in a 10k classic individual start at the 2019 World Ski Championships in Seefeld, Austria.
- 3. Sadie is scared of the dark, which is why she lives in Alaska (only in the summer!).
- 4. She is active with Fast and Female because she believes that sports are the best way to teach women to be powerful and not be afraid to chase after something they want.
Ladies' Classic Team Sprint Final - 2019 Seefeld World Champs
Sadie Bjornsen Podiums in Stage 2 - 10km Classic - Tour de Ski 2018
Sadie Bjornsen Podiums in Season Opener Sprint - Ruka 2017
Sadie Bjornsen Highlights - Season Opener Sprint - Ruka 2017
Lahti Nordic World Champs 2017 Recap
U.S. Ski Team Takes Historic Classic Team Sprint Medal - Lahti 2017