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Countdown to the 2022 Olympic Winter Games

U.S. Snowboardcross Team Set for Cervinia World Cup

By Andrew Gauthier
December, 18 2019
Hagen
Hagen Kearney at the 2018 FIS Snowboardcross World Cup in Cervinia, Italy. (FIS Snowboard - Miha Matavz)

With one FIS Snowboardcross World Cup under their belt in Montafon, Austria, members of the U.S. Snowboardcross Team head to Cervinia, Italy for their second stop on the tour. 

In the course of two years of organizing the FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup, Italy’s Cervinia resort proved itself as a top-tier World Cup venue, with the course’s huge, sweeping turns and multiple passing areas lending themselves to thrilling back-and-forth racing throughout the competition. 

Lindsey Jacobellis will lead the way for the U.S. following a solid fifth-place finish at the first race of the year in Austria. After just missing the big final in Montafon, and knowing Lindsey’s fearless determination, she will surely be looking to add another podium to her collection in Cervinia. 

For the men, Hagen Kearney is coming off a respectable 10th-place finish in Montafon followed by teammates Jake Vedder and Nick Baumgartner in eleventh and twelfth respectively. Cervinia will be a great opportunity to break through into the semi-final rounds of competition. 

U.S. Snowboardcross Team
Men

Hagen Kearney
Nick Baumgartner
Alex Deibold
Mick Dierdorff
Jake Vedder
Senna Leith
Mikey Lacroix

Women
Lindsey Jacobellis
Faye Gulini
Rosie Mancari
Livia Molodyh
Stacy Gaskill

Americans
Jonathan Cheever
Cole Johnson
 

HOW TO WATCH
All Times in EST

Saturday, Dec. 21
4:50 a.m. - Men and women’s snowboardcross, Cervinia, ITA - Olympic Channel.com, NBC Sports Gold
10:00 a.m. - Men and women’s snowboardcross, Cervinia, ITA - Olympic Channel*
 

*Same-day broadcast
**Next-day broadcast

Note: All televised events to stream across NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app, OlympicChannel.com, and Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA app. Exclusive commercial-free coverage will be available for subscribers of the NBC Sports Gold Pass, available here: https://www.nbcsports.com/gold/snow.