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Three days into the World Cup season and the Davis U.S. Cross Country Team is beginning to hit its stride.
The rescheduled 2020 U.S. Alpine Championships successfully wrapped on Sunday, Nov. 22 at Official Training Site Copper Mountain, Colo.

The Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team kicked off the 2020-21 FIS Cross Country World Cup season, qualifying three athletes to the finals of Friday’s classic sprint in the first race of the three-day Ruka Mini-Tour, with Rosie Brennan leading the way in 17th.

"It felt pretty surreal to be racing today," Rosie said. "I honestly didn't know when I would again after the season was called short last year. Knowing that, I want to be ready to take advantage of every opportunity I get to race this year, I tried hard to be ready to go when the time came."

Under the lights at Lech Zuers in Austria, 2017 NCAA Slalom Champion (University of Vermont-Catamounts) and current Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Paula Moltzan grabbed her first career World Cup podium, with a second-place.
Aspiring podcaster and current Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Teamer Jimmy Krupka will welcome fans to "Arc City." The podcast will be brought to you by longtime U.S. Ski Team sponsor, Spyder Active Sports.
The U.S. Moguls Freestyle Ski Team is back in action after wrapping up competition at the FIS Open in IdreFjäll, Sweden, Nov. 21-22.
After her triumphant return to the podium in Saturday’s slalom, Mikaela Shiffrin put together another stellar result in Sunday's slalom, skiing into fifth place in Levi, Finland.

After 300 days away from the World Cup circuit, Mikaela Shiffrin barely missed a beat, stepping back on the podium in second place at the FIS Ski World Cup slalom in Levi, Finland.

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