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Saturday's Xfinity Birds of Prey downhill was canceled due to heavy snowfall Friday night, strong winds and the forecast. Friday's downhill was also canceled due to weather.

The race was initially put on a delay for the jury to further assess the conditions. After a long deliberation by the jury and organizing committee members, it was ultimately called off. 

The Xfinity Birds of Prey races will resume Sunday for a super-G. 


Hydro Flask U.S. Snowboard Team athlete Jake Vedder and Lindsey Jacobellis secured third place in the big final of the snowboard cross (SBX) World Cup season opener mixed team event in Les Deux Alpes (L2A).

The FIS Cross Country World Cup made its way to northern Sweden for the first time in over a decade and Jessie Diggins of the Stifel U.S. Cross Country Ski Team took home her 15th career World Cup victory and her second podium of the season. 

It was a strong day for the U.S. women's team, with five in the top 30. Diggins finished first, Rosie Brennan tied for sixth, Sophia Laukli 13th, Julia Kern 18th and Novie McCabe 29th. Alayna Sonnesyn crossed the finish line in 40th. 

Stifel U.S. Freeski Team athlete and Olympic champion Alex Hall secured the win in big air Beijing, the same location where he clinched his Olympic victory in slopestyle at the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games. This marks Hall’s 11th World Cup career podium, coming just a week after his 10th podium—a third-place finish in slopestyle in Stubai, Austria.

The local organizing committee in collaboration with the jury and FIS canceled Friday’s Xfinity Birds of Prey downhill, due to heavy snowfall Thursday night and Friday morning and low visibility. 

The race was pushed back a few hours for volunteers and course workers to move the snow out of the track. The racers were able to inspect the course, but the track was ultimately deemed unsafe for a downhill race. 

The second domestic World Cup of the season, the 2023 Xfinity Birds of Prey, kicks off Dec. 1-3. The best men’s super-G and downhill skiers will be back in Beaver Creek, Colorado for one of the toughest speed tracks on the circuit. 

Mikaela Shiffrin scored her 90th World Cup victory in front of thousands of New England fans at the Stifel Killington Cup slalom. Stifel U.S. Ski Team teammate Paula Moltzan also had a tremendous day with an eighth place finish.

The stands were packed once again as the Stifel U.S. Ski Team ladies prepared to put on a show for their domestic fans. Shiffrin immediately took the lead, running bib three with a clean run on the steep and icy course. Moltzan was not far behind, skiing into sixth place on run one, just over a second out from Shiffrin. 

Another day, another podium for the Stifel U.S. Cross Country Ski Team. Teammates Jessie Diggins and Rosie Brennan put all the pieces together in a gutsy mass start 20k to leave Ruka with a double USA podium, with Diggins in second and Brennan in third. 

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