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Jaelin Kauf Wins World Cup Thaiwoo 2018
Tess Johnson Previews Thaiwoo 2018-19
Mikaela Shiffrin Sweeps St. Moritz with 2018 Parallel Slalom Win
Chase Josey's 3rd Place Run - 2018 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain - Snowboard Halfpipe
Maddie Mastro's 2nd Place Run - 2018 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain - Snowboard Halfpipe
For the second time in three giant slalom races, the American men stacked four into the points on the famed Gran Risa slope in Alta Badia, Italy, with Tommy Ford (Bend, Ore.) leading the way, landing in a career-best fifth place finish. That makes it back-to-back career-best finishes for Ford, between Val d’Isere where he scored sixth, and Sunday’s fifth place.
Jessie Diggins (Afton, Minn.) and Rosie Brennan (Park City, Utah) skied strategic races on Sunday to finish fifth and sixth respectively in Sunday’s FIS Cross Country World Cup 10k individual start freestyle in Davos, Switzerland. Norway took the top two podium positions with Therese Johaug winning followed by Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg in second. Krista Parmakoski of Finland was third.
Keep the tally going as U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes Alex Hall (Park City, Utah), Chase Josey (Sun Valley, Idaho) and Toby Miller (Mammoth Lakes, Calif.) claimed an additional three podiums on day three of Dew Tour Saturday in Breckenridge, Colorado. Their podiums bring the count to 13 top-three finishes including the team challenge competitions for U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes with one more day of competition to go.
On another cold and beautiful day on the Saslong in Val Gardena, Italy, the Americans stacked three into the top six in the FIS Ski World Cup downhill, led by Bryce Bennett (Squaw Valley, Calif.) with a career-best fourth place - just off the podium by six hundredths. Fellow “Twin Tower” Steven Nyman (Sundance, Utah) was fifth, followed by Travis Ganong (Squaw Valley, Calif.) in sixth. The American downhillers showed their depth, as the United States was the only nation to have three men finish inside the top 10.