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Goldberg Closes Out Season with a Top 15

By Sierra Ryder - Stifel U.S. Ski Team
March, 22 2024
Jared Goldberg finishes the super-G season with an 11th place. (Getty Images).

On Friday, Stifel U.S. Ski Team athlete Jared Goldberg closed out his season with his second best super-G result, an 11th place in Saalbach, Austria. 

“I feel like today was solid skiing,” said Goldberg. “I’ve been trying to bring the fun back and try to ski my best.” 

After it rained throughout the week with warm temperatures in and out, Friday was another extremely warm and sunny day for a super-G. Course workers worked tirelessly to salt and prepare the slope to make sure it was in prime condition for both the women and men. 

Goldberg ran second, a perfect bib number for the conditions. He was immediately in the green at the top splits, but toward the middle of the run, Goldberg lost a few tenths to cross the finish line in second. However, his time held on through a good majority of the field, ending in 11th—just shy of a personal best super-G result. 

“Today was difficult because it was so soft and peely that it was hard to know if you were going too straight or too round, so I was pushing it hard in most places, but then in a couple places probably not enough,” reflected Goldberg. “I keep learning and super-G finals was a big step for me.” 

The race was a nail-biter in the fight for the super-G globe between Austrian Vincent Kriechmayr and Swiss phenom Marco Odermatt, who clinched both the season overall and giant slalom Crystal Globe. The two ran back-to-back making for a dramatic finish. Odermatt squeezed ahead of Kriechmayr to claim the Globe—his second super-G Globe in a row. 

However, the podium was a bit of a surprise. Swiss skier Stefan Rogentin claimed his first ever World Cup win. Swiss teammates Loic Meillard and Arnaud Boisset took second and third place for a Swiss podium sweep. It was Boisset’s first career podium, having only 13 World Cup starts to his name. 

Ryan Cochran-Siegle also raced for the U.S. men, finishing in 20th. Cochran-Siegle had a tough bib draw for the conditions but is feeling prepped and ready to fire for the downhill on Sunday. 

The speed finale is set for Sunday. Watch the men's downhill live and on-demand through Peacock starting at 6:15 a.m. ET. Cochran-Siegle and Bryce Bennett are slated to compete for the Stifel U.S. Ski Team. 

Men's super-G

Men's super-G


March 23
6:15 a.m. - women’s downhill - Peacock

March 24
6:15 a.m. - men’s downhill - Peacock