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First Classic Sprint Podium For Diggins

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
March, 7 2018
Jessie Diggins celebrates her first World Cup cross country classic sprint podium Wednesday in Drammen, Norway. Stina Nilsson of Sweden (left) was second, and Maiken Caspersen Falla of Norway took the victory. (Getty Images/AFP -  Terje Pedersen)
Jessie Diggins celebrates her first World Cup cross country classic sprint podium Wednesday in Drammen, Norway. Stina Nilsson of Sweden (left) was second, and Maiken Caspersen Falla of Norway took the victory. (Getty Images/AFP - Terje Pedersen)

Olympic champion Jessie Diggins (Afton, Minn.) returned to the FIS World Cup tour Wednesday, finishing third in a grueling city sprint in Drammen, Norway. It was her first ever podium in a classic sprint. Diggins remained third in the overall World Cup standings and moved up to fifth in the sprint standings. Norway swept titles with Johannes Klæbo and Maikken Kaspersen Falla taking wins.

"I’m really happy I could finally make the podium in the classic sprint," Diggins said. "My coaches and I have been working a lot on my classic. But still, I’m a bit surprised I got third today. I had again amazing skis, the technicians did a great job!"

It was a hard-fought battle for Diggins on a course that featured tight 180-degree corners and an uphill finish that played a role in nearly every heat. Diggins won her first heat to advance to semifinals. In a grueling semifinal heat, she finished strong on the uphill to advance as a lucky loser to the finals. In the championship round, Diggins found herself in a group that was gapped by the three leaders. She persevered, closing the gap on Stina Nilsson of Sweden in the final 200 meters then won a sprint to the finish for third with Russian Natalia Nepryaeva to take third.

Sadie Bjornsen (Winthrop, Wash.) was 21st with Sophie Caldwell (Peru, Vt.) 27th. Erik Bjornsen (Winthrop, Wash.) was the only American man in the heats, finishing 18th – a career-best sprint.

The World Cup tour now heads to Oslo for a men’s 50k mass start freestyle on Saturday with women’s 30k on Sunday. Diggins holds a 35 point lead over Finland’s Krista Parmakoski for third in the overall heading into the weekend with only the World Cup Finals in Falun, Sweden to follow.

RESULTS
Women's classic sprint
Men's classic sprint 

Live Stream Broadcast from Junior Championships

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
March, 5 2018
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Soldier Hollow, site of the 2018 Cross Country Junior Championships, has played host to many elite events, including the 2018 FIS Nordic Junior World Championships and the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. (U.S. Ski & Snowboard - Tom Kelly)

U.S. Ski & Snowboard will provide a live stream broadcast for its upcoming Junior Cross Country Championships on the Olympic venues at Soldier Hollow in Midway, Utah March 6-10. Each event over the four days of competition will stream live on the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Facebook channel.

Action begins Tuesday, March 6 with individual start classic distance races at 9:00 a.m. MST. Action continues Wednesday, March 7 with freestyle sprint. Qualifying rounds begin at 9:00 a.m. MST with heats starting at 12:00 p.m. Friday, March 9 will feature freestyle mass start races starting at 9:00 a.m. MST. The event wraps up Saturday, March 10 with classic relays beginning at 9:00 a.m. MST.

The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Junior Championships attract the top cross country athletes 20 years of age and under from clubs around the nation.

"The Junior Championships are an important stepping stone for young athletes," said U.S. Ski & Snowboard's Nordic Domestic Director Robert Lazzaroni. "With the success of our national team the last few years, and especially now with Olympic gold, we're seeing a growing interest at clubs from all parts of our country. Athletes are motivated to come to an Olympic venue like Soldier Hollow for their own national championship."

The live streaming is a part of a season-long initiative from U.S. Ski & Snowboard which has included the L.L.Bean U.S. Cross Country Championships, SuperTour and Slumberland American Birkebeiner. Coverage will include three to four cameras in the stadium, plus one to two additional cameras on course depending on the race. An overview camera on top of the competition center is also planned. There will be live commentary.

Fans can also follow live scoring and obtain start lists from Summit Timing. Additional event information is available at: www.xcjuniornationals2018.com or usskiandsnowboard.org/events/2018-junior-national-cross-country-championships.
 

U.S. SKI & SNOWBOARD JUNIOR CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
9:00 a.m. MST - Classic individual start
U16 women 5k
U16 men 5k
U18 women 5k
U18 men 10k
U20 women 5k
U20 men 10k

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
9:00 a.m. MST - Freestyle sprint qualification rounds
U16 women
U16 men
U18 women
U18 men
U20 women
U20 men

12:00 p.m. MST - Quarter final/semi final/final
U16 women/men
U18 women/men
U20 women/men

Thursday, March 8, 2018
Training day - no competitions

Friday, March 9, 2018
9:00 a.m. MST - Freestyle mass start

U16 women 5k
U16 men 5k
U18 women 10k
U18 men 10k
U20 women 10k
U20 men 15k

Saturday, March 10, 2018
9:00 a.m. MST - Classic relays

U16 women 3x3k
U16 men 3x3k
U18 women 3x3k
U18 men 3x3k
U20 women 3x3k
U20 women 3x3k

Junior Cross Country Championships LIVE Stream

Johnson Battles to First World Cup Victory

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
March, 3 2018
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Tess Johnson celebrates with her teammates after winning her first dual moguls World Cup in Tazawako, Japan.

Tess Johnson (Vail, Colo.), the youngest member of the U.S. moguls team at 17 years old, made it through five runs down the Tazawako moguls course on Sunday to claim her first World Cup victory in dual moguls. The win was also Johnson’s first podium of her career and came just a few weeks after she made her Olympic debut.

Johnson was one of four U.S. women who made it out of the qualifying rounds. She skied consistently throughout the day leading into her final dual against last year’s overall World Cup winner Britteny Cox of Australia. Johnson took the win with a score of 22 against Cox’s 13. Germany’s Laura Grasemann was third.

"Today was unreal," said Johnson. "I'm overwhelmed by it all. I think the key to my success was just focusing on skiing my very best and taking it one run at a time. I was able to ski faster and better than every girl out there when it really counted and that was something that I've dreamed about for a long time. The other girls skied so fast and challenged me to ski my best. It was definitely a fun competition to ski in and I'm honored to have been a part of it and come out on top!"

Olivia Giaccio (Redding, Conn.), Keaton McCargo (Telluride, Colo.) and Jaelin Kauf (Alta, Wyo.) rounded out the top finishes for the U.S. women in 10th, 12th and 15th respectively.

On the men’s side, Emerson Smith (Dover, Vt.) and Troy Murphy (Bethel, Maine) represented the U.S. men in the round of 16, but were unable to advance and finishined 11th and 13th. Japan’s Ikuma Horishima once again upset Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury to take home his second win of the weekend on home soil. Kazakstan’s Dmitriy Reikhard repeated his result from Saturday’s moguls event with another third place finish.

After this weekend’s results, the U.S. has four women ranked in the top 10 in the World Cup standings; Kauf is third, Johnson is seventh, McCargo eighth and Morgan Schild (Pittsford, N.Y.) 10th. The World Cup tour continues next weekend with men’s and women’s dual moguls in Airolo, Switzerland.

RESULTS
Men’s Dual Moguls
Women’s Dual Moguls


 

Ford Posts Career-Best To Lead Three Americans Into Top 14

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
March, 3 2018
Tommy Ford posted a career-best World Cup giant slalom finish in ninth Saturday in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. (Getty Images/Agence Zoom - Stanko Gruden)
Tommy Ford posted a career-best World Cup giant slalom finish in ninth Saturday in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. (Getty Images/Agence Zoom - Stanko Gruden)

Tommy Ford (Bend, Ore.) posted a career-best World Cup finish in ninth, and Ryan Cochran-Siegle (Starksboro, Vt.) posted a career-best giant slalom result in 10th as the FIS Ski World Cup circuit resumed in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia Saturday.

“It was a fight,” said Ford. “Two big mistakes, one from each run, but the skiing was there. It’s been a battle throughout the season, but I’m glad to have this race today on this kind of snow.”

Ford, who finished 10th in a World Cup giant slalom at Beaver Creek last season, led three U.S. Ski Team athletes into the points as Tim Jitloff (Reno, Nev.) finished 14th. Ted Ligety (Park City, Utah) did not finish the first run.

“That second run, I couldn’t be happier with it,” said Cochran-Siegle, who posted the third fastest second run time on a hard, fast course. “I got to sit down in that (leader’s chair) for a while, which is always fun too.”

“It was cool watching Tommy,” Cochran-Siegle added. “He had that little mistake and I think he could’ve really moved up, but he skied great as well.”

Marcel Hirscher of Austria won the race by a massive 1.66 seconds over Norway’s Henrik Kristoffersen. Alexis Pinturault of France was third. Hirscher extended his overall World Cup lead to 249 points over Kristoffersen.

Up next, the men race slalom Sunday in Kranjska Gora.

McKennis Top American in Super-G

Alice McKennis (Glenwood Springs, Colo.) was the only member of the U.S. Ski Team to finish in the points in Saturday’s World Cup super-G, finishing 23rd in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.

Breezy Johnson (Victor, Idaho) finished 34th, Laurenne Ross (Bend, Ore) was 45th and Alice Merryweather (Hingham, Mass.) was 50th. Both Lindsey Vonn (Vail, Colo.) and Mikaela Shiffrin (Eagle-Vail, Colo.) are sitting out this weekend’s events.

Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein won the race, followed by Austria’s Anna Veith in second and Wendy Holdener of Switzerland in third. Shiffrin continues to lead the overall World Cup standings by 611 points over Holdener.

Up next, the women compete in alpine combined Sunday with one run of super-G, followed by one run of slalom.

RESULTS
Men’s giant slalom
Women’s super-G

 

McCargo Third in Tazawako

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
March, 2 2018
Keaton McCargo (right) celebrates her second career World Cup podium, a third place finish, with winner Perinne Laffont of France and second-place Justine Dufour-LaPointe of Canada.
Keaton McCargo (right) celebrates her second career World Cup podium, a third-place finish, with winner Perinne Laffont of France and second-place Justine Dufour-LaPointe of Canada.

Fresh off of her first Olympic appearance, Keaton McCargo (Telluride, Colo.) led four U.S. women into finals and landed her second career moguls World Cup podium with a third-place finish on day one of competition in Tazawako, Japan.

McCargo skied strong all day, qualifying first into finals and then posting the highest score, an 81.26, heading into the super finals. A small mistake on her final run bumped her down to third place, matching her best finish from a World Cup in Ruka, Finland in 2016.

"I was really just thinking about having fun today," said McCargo. "The pressure from before the Olympics was off and I was able to really be aggressive and ski the way I wanted to. I qualified first in the beginning two runs and felt really confident going into the final. I had one mistake in the middle section that cost me the win but I am happy with were I am. I had a blast skiing and that's the only thing that really matters to me."

France’s newly crowned Olympic gold medalist Perinne Laffont took home the win with Canada’s Justine Dufour-LaPointe in second. Olivia Giaccio (Redding, Conn.) just missed the podium in fourth place. Tess Johnson (Vail, Colo.) was eighth and Morgan Schild (Pittsford, N.Y.) 16th.

On the men’s side, Joel Hedrick (Winter Park, Colo.) was the top U.S. finisher in sixth place. Troy Murphy (Bethel, Maine), Casey Andringa (Boulder, Colo.) and Emerson Smith (Dover, Vt.) also advanced into the final rounds, finishing 10th, 12th, and 16th respectively. Japan’s Ikuma Horishima upset Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury to take the win, with Kazakstan’s Dmitriy Reikhard finishing third.

Action continues in Tazawako on Sunday with the first dual moguls competition of the season. Qualification rounds begin at 12:15 p.m. followed by finals at 1:30 p.m JST.

RESULTS
Men’s Moguls
Women’s Moguls

Quest For World Cup Titles Continue

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
March, 1 2018
Current World Cup mogul leader Jaelin Kauf competes in Japan this weekend in moguls and dual moguls events in her quest to win the World Cup title. (Getty Images - Tom Pennington)
Current World Cup mogul leader Jaelin Kauf competes in Japan this weekend in moguls and dual moguls events in her quest to win the World Cup title. (Getty Images - Tom Pennington)

After bringing home 16 medals from the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, including eight gold, many athletes on the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team are back on their respective World Cup circuits to finish out the 2018 season.

Read on to see where U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes will be in action this week and how to watch via NBC, NBCSN and the Olympic Channel - Home of Team USA.

FIS Women’s Ski World Cup - Crans-Montana, SUI
The fight for crystal globes continue with a super-G and alpine combined weekend March 3-4 in Crans-Montana. Laurenne Ross (Bend, Ore.), Stacey Cook (Mammoth Lakes, Calif.), Breezy Johnson (Victor, Idaho), Alice Merryweather (Hingham, Mass.) and Alice McKennis (Glenwood Springs, Colo.) are expected to race.

FIS Men’s Ski World Cup - Kranjska Gora, SLO
The men’s tech team will take to the slopes in Kranjska Gora with giant slalom on March 3 and slalom on March 4. Ted Ligety (Park City, Utah) and Tommy Ford (Bend, Ore.) are among the athletes expected to compete.

FIS Freeski World Cup - Silvaplana, SUI
U.S. Freeski Team members Julia Krass (Hanover, N.H.), Willie Borm (Chaska, Minn.) and Cody LaPlante (Truckee, Calif.), along with U.S. athletes Quinn Wolferman, Tim Ryan and Ryan McElmon, will compete in the second to last slopestyle world cup of the season at Silvaplana. Qualifications will take place on Friday, March 2 followed by finals on Saturday, March 3.

FIS Freestyle World Cup - Tazawako, JPN
Jaelin Kauf (Alta, Wyo.) will continue her quest for the overall moguls World Cup title this weekend with single moguls and dual moguls World Cup events March 3-4 in Tazawako. Olympic team members Morgan Schild (Pittsford, N.Y.), Troy Murphy (Bethel, Maine), Brad Wilson (Butte, Mont.), Emerson Smith (Dover, Vt.), Tess Johnson (Vail, Colo.), Keaton McCargo (Telluride, Colo.) and Casey Andringa (Boulder, Colo.) will also be competing.

FIS Freestyle World Cup - Sunny Valley, RUS
Tania Prymak (Goshen, N.Y.), Brant Crossan (Steamboat Springs, Colo.) and Tyler Wallasch (Mammoth Lakes, Calif.) will represent the U.S. at the ski cross World Cup in Sunny Valley. Qualifications will take place Friday, March 2 followed by two finals competitions March 3-4.

FIS Cross Country World Cup - Lahti, FIN
The FIS Nordic Ski World Cup continues March 3-4 with freestyle sprint, women's 10k and men's 15k classic events.​

​​​​​​FIS Men’s Ski Jumping World Cup - Lahti, FIN
Fresh off some strong performances at the Games, Kevin Bickner (Wauconda, Ill.), Michael Glasder (Cary, Ill.), Will Rhoads (Park City, Utah) and Casey Larson (Barrington, Ill.) are back on the World Cup circuit for two events in Lahti, Finland. HS130 qualifications will take place on Friday, March 2 followed by a team event on March 3 and an individual jump on March 4.

FIS Nordic Combined World Cup - Lahti, FIN
Taylor Fletcher (Steamboat Springs, Colo.), Jasper Good (Steamboat Springs, Colo.), Ben Berend (Steamboat Springs, Colo.) and Ben Loomis (Eau Claire, Wis.) will compete in a team event on March 3 and an individual event on March 4 in Lahti, Finland.

FIS Snowboard World Cup - La Molina, ESP
U.S. Snowboard Team members Jonathan Cheever (Park City, Utah) and Alex Deibold (Boulder, Colo.) will lead the way for the U.S. at this weekend’s snowboardcross World Cup in La Molina, Spain. Qualifications will take place on Friday, March 2 followed by finals on Saturday, March 3.

FIS Snowboard World Cup - Kayseri, TUR
Americans Steve Maccutcheon and Ryan Rosencranz will represent the U.S. at the parallel giant slalom World Cup in Kayseri, Turkey. Qualifiers and finals will take place on Saturday, March 3.

HOW TO WATCH
*All Times EST

ALPINE
March 3

3:30 a.m. - Men’s giant slalom run 1, Kranjska Gora - OlympicChannel.com
4:30 a.m. - Women’s super-G, Crans-Montana -  OlympicChannel.com
6:30 a.m. - Men’s giant slalom run 2, Kranjska Gora - OlympicChannel.com
8:30 a.m. - Women’s super-G, Crans-Montana - Olympic Channel TV
9:30 a.m. - Men’s giant slalom, Kranjska Gora - Olympic Channel TV
10:30 p.m. - Women’s super-G, Crans-Montana -  NBCSN

March 4
3:30 a.m. - Men’s slalom run 1, Kranjska Gora - OlympicChannel.com
4:30 a.m. - Women’s combined run 1, Crans-Montana -  OlympicChannel.com
8:30 a.m. - Men’s slalom - Kranjska Gora - Olympic Channel TV
9:30 a.m. - Women’s combined, Crans-Montana - Olympic Channel TV

FREESKI
March 3

8:30 a.m. - Slopestyle, Silvaplana - OlympicChannel.com
8:00 p.m. - Slopestyle, Silvaplana - Olympic Channel TV

FREESTYLE
March 2

11:30 p.m. - Moguls, Tazawako - Olympic Channel TV

March 3
3:30 a.m. - Ski Cross, Sunny Valley - OlympicChannel.com
8:30 a.m. - Slopestyle, Silvaplana - OlympicChannel.com
10:30 a.m. - Ski Cross, Sunny Valley - Olympic Channel TV
8:00 p.m. - Slopestyle, Silvaplana - Olympic Channel TV
11:30 p.m. - Dual Moguls, Tazawako - Olympic Channel TV

March 4
2:00 a.m. - Ski Cross, Sunny Valley - OlympicChannel.com
9:00 a.m. - Ski Cross, Sunny Valley - Olympic Channel TV

CROSS COUNTRY
March 3

7:15 a.m. - Men and women sprint - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com
7:00 p.m. - Men and women sprint - Lahti - Olympic Channel TV

March 4
5:15 a.m. - Women’s 10k- Lahti - OlympicChannel.com
8:45 a.m. - Men’s 10k- Lahti - OlympicChannel.com
4:00 p.m. - Women’s 10k- Lahti - Olympic Channel TV

SKI JUMPING
March 2

12:00 p.m. - Men’s individual qualifying - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com

March 3
10:30 a.m. - Men’s team - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com
9:00 p.m. - Men’s team - Lahti - Olympic Channel TV

March 4
9:30 a.m. - Men’s individual - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com
6:00 p.m. - Men’s individual - Lahti - Olympic Channel TV

NORDIC COMBINED
March 3

6:15 a.m. - HS130 - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com
9:30 a.m. - Team sprint - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com

March 4
4:00 a.m. - HS130 - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com
8:45 a.m. - Individual 10k - Lahti - OlympicChannel.com

SNOWBOARD
March 3

5:00 a.m. - Snowboardcross - La Molina - OlympicChannel.com
7:30 a.m. Parallel giant slalom - Kayseri - OlympicChannel.com
6:00 p.m. - Snowboardcross - La Molina - Olympic Channel TV

Diggins Seventh in 30K Classic To Close 2018 Games

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 25 2018
Jessica Diggins finished seventh in the final event of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games Sunday in PyeongChang, South Korea. (Getty Images - Quinn Rooney)
Jessica Diggins finished seventh in the final event of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games Sunday in PyeongChang, South Korea. (Getty Images - Quinn Rooney)

Jessie Diggins (Afton, Minn.) wrapped up the 2018 Olympic Winter Games finishing seventh in the 30k mass start classic race Sunday at the Alpensia Cross-Country Skiing Centre.

“It was a tough race for sure,” said Diggins, who finished with a time of 1:25:54.8 after suffering a first-lap crash. “Any time you do 30k it is really hard and it takes a lot of guts. For me, it was my worst race of the games, but I was seventh in the world today and I am really proud of that.”

Norway's Marit Bjoergen won the gold with a time of 1:22:17.6. Finland's Krista Parmakoski claimed the silver medal, while Stina Nilsson of Sweden won the bronze.

Sadie Bjornsen (Winthrop, Wash.) finished 17th with a time of 1:28:50.2, Rosie Frankowski (Anchorage, Alaska) was 21st in 1:31:11.4, and Caitlin Patterson (Anchorage, Alaska) was 26th, crossing the line in 1:32:43.6.

“It was really fun the last 15K, nothing felt really good out there but it was really fun to dig deep,” Bjornsen said. “It was a fun 30K suffer-fest.”

Following the event, Diggins led Team USA into PyeongChang Olympic Stadium as flag bearer for the Closing Ceremony.

RESULTS
Women’s 30k classic
 

Patterson 11th in 50k Classic

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 24 2018
Scott Patterson finished 11th in the men’s 50k classic, the final men’s cross country event of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. (Getty Images – Clive Mason)
Scott Patterson finished 11th in the men’s 50k classic, the final men’s cross country event of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. (Getty Images – Clive Mason)

Scott Patterson (Anchorage, Alaska) led Team USA, finishing 11th, in the 50k classic cross country race at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games Saturday at the Alpensia Cross Country Ski Centre.

“I had a great race,” said Patterson, who posted the best-ever finish by a U.S. athlete in the 50k. “It was exciting and for that last 5k people were starting to dangle in front of me. It was really fun picking off some of the big names, I really wanted another couple of K’s to get into the top 10, but still, 11th is awesome for a result.”

Finland’s Iivo Niskanen won the gold with a time of 2:08:22. Athletes from Russia took the silver and bronze with Alexander Bolshunov and Andrey Larkov finishing second and third respectively. Canada’s Alex Harvey just missed a medal, finishing in fourth, in a two-up sprint for bronze with Larkov.

Noah Hoffman (Aspen, Colo.) was 33rd, and Taylor Kornfield (Anchorage, Alaska) was 48th.

“Every race has gotten better for me in these Olympics and I would have loved to get a top 30,” Hoffman said. “I thought it was possible with 8k to go, but I had used my two ski exchanges and towards the end, I couldn’t quite hang. It was a brutal race - a 50k classic at the Olympics on a hard course.”

“The first two laps were a little rough for me,” Kornfield said. “At the first ski exchange my new skis were great, and I started to pick people off. You have to put yourself in position to do well and ignore how your body feels. I did that for the first 5k and then when you go off the back like I did, you need to compose yourself and ski your own race.”

RESULTS
Men’s 50k classic
 

Mack Claims Silver In Inaugural Big Air

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 23 2018
Kyle Mack celebrates after winning the silver medal during the big air final at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. (Getty Images - Clive Mason)
Kyle Mack celebrates after winning the silver medal during the big air final at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. (Getty Images - Clive Mason)

Kyle Mack (West Bloomfield, Mich.) claimed the silver medal in inaugural Olympic Winter Games snowboard big air Saturday morning at the Alpensia Ski Jumping Center.

“I’m really stoked,” Mack said. “I came in with the mindset of doing my backside triple and my frontside 14, and I did it. To land those two tricks right off the bat, took all the pressure off me, and to walk away with a silver medal today is just mind-blowing.”

Mack posted a total score of 168.75 for his two best jumps, 5.5 points behind the gold medal score of 174.25 for Canada’s Sebastien Toutant. Great Britain's Billy Morgan won the bronze medal with a score of 168.00.

Chris Corning (Silverthorne, Colo.) finished fourth, while Red Gerard (Silverthorne, Colo.), the gold medalist in snowboard slopestyle earlier in the Games, was fifth.

RESULTS
Men’s Big Air

Live Stream Slumberland American Birkebeiner

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 23 2018
Slumberland American Birkebeiner

U.S. Ski & Snowboard, in partnership with Central Cross Country Ski Association (CXC), will live stream Saturday’s Slumberland American Birkebeiner, which is part of the U..S. Ski & Snowboard Super Tour Series.

Racing kicks off with the Elite women’s skate at 8:30 a.m. CDT. Followed by the combined men and women’s elite classic race at 8:35 a.m. and the elite men’s skate race at 8:50 a.m.

The live stream will be available on this page, in addition to the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Facebook page.

Super Tour LIVE Stream