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Travis Ganong was again the top Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team member in Monday's rescheduled Hahnenkamm super-G in Kitzbuehel, Austria, finishing 27th.

The U.S. Snowboardcross Team continued their early-season success on Sunday with Faye Gulini earning her second podium in as many days finishing in second, and Hagen Kearney claiming third in the final race of the Chiesa in Valmalenco World Cup in Italy. 

While Gulini was confident from her podium performance on Saturday, she knew she would have to maintain the elements of her riding that have proved fruitful thus far. 

Young gun Bella Wright was the top Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team finisher in the super-G in Crans-Montana, Switzerland in 28th place—her fifth points-scoring result in as many races.

Lara Gut-Behrami of Switzerland took the big victory, winning the race by almost a full second. Tamara Tippler of Austria was second and Federica Brignone of Italy third.

Travis Ganong was again the top Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team member in the Hahnenkamm downhill in Kitzbuehel, Austria, taking 12th place. Jared Goldberg also finished in the points in 24th.

It was a glitter, face paint, and team socks kind of day as the FIS Cross Country World Cup season continued with the team relays Sunday in Lahti, Finland. Although Norway once again swept the men and women’s races, the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team’s spirit won the day.

Chloe Kim is back! After a 22 month hiatus from competition, Kim has not skipped a beat. Reminiscent of Jamie Anderson’s performance in slopestyle one day prior, the defending Olympic and World Champion came in clutch on Saturday in her final run to take the win and earn her third Laax Open title. 

Winter Vinecki led the Americans and topped the podium at the FIS Aerials World Cup under the lights in the Moscow city event Jan. 23.

Three-time Olympian Faye Gulini earned her third World Cup podium on Saturday with a second-place finish at the Chiesea in Valmalenco snowboardcross season opener in Italy. In her 14th season competing on the World Cup, Gulini credits her performance to experience. 

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