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2022-23 U.S. World Cup Events

U.S. Alpine World Cup Events

Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, Feb. 25-26, 2023
FIS Men's World Cup // Giant Slalom, Slalom
Tahoe, California

Stifel America's Downhill, March 3-5, 2023
FIS Men's World Cup // Super-G, Downhill
Aspen, Colorado


Kaila Kuhn led the Americans in aerials at the 2023 Intermountain Health Freestyle International

Birk Irving and David Wise were first and second in the wind-blown freeski halfpipe finals at the 2023 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain. 

When many thought the contest would be canceled due to high winds at Mammoth Mountain, the athletes still dropped into the pipe for the halfipipe finals. After a beautiful tribute to former U.S. Freeski Team athlete Kyle Smaine, where hundreds of current and former athletes, family and friends descended the pipe together, the contest went on.

At the place of her first ever podium and first ever win, Jessie Diggins was back in the top three in the Toblach city sprint today, Feb. 3. 

For the final weekend of racing before the World Championships in Plancia, Slovenia, the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team is back in Toblach, Italy for a skate sprint, 10k skate and a 4x7.5k relay. 

The U.S. Freestyle Ski Team put on a show on home snow

The FIS Alpine Ski World Championships in Courchevel-Meribel, France will be broadcast on NBC platforms and Feb. 6-19, 2023. The coverage by NBC is presented by Stifel and will feature live streaming on Peacock, five hours of  Alpine coverage on NBC and an additional 12 hours on CNBC covering Snowboard, Freeski and Freestyle.

Freestyle returns under the lights to Deer Valley Resort for its 25th year of elite competition at the 2023 Intermountain Health Freestyle International Feb. 2-4, 2023. The world’s most talented freestyle skiers will compete on the renowned 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games courses for three nights of unrivaled competition. Moguls kicks things off Thursday, aerials fly Friday, Feb 3, and dual moguls—the newest freestyle Olympic discipline—closes out the weekend on Saturday, Feb. 4.

At only 21 years old, Mac Forehand beat out the veterans of the sport when he landed a perfect 2160 Cuban in the men's ski big air contest at the 2023 X Games. 

Forehand, who won the X Games silver medal the day before in men's ski slopestyle, still had something left in his bag for the second-to-last competition of the X Games. With four attempts of the big air jump, Forehand never ventured out of the top three. In the strong field of 10 competitors, including teammates Alex Hall and Troy Podmilsak, Forehand had what it took to win. 

David Wise won X Games gold to close out the 2023 X Games in Aspen, Colo. Wise, who has competed in over 14 X Games, is once again walking away from the event with another gold medal in his bag. Under the lights of Buttermilk Mountain, the men's SuperPipe was the last event of the busy X Games schedule. With tens of thousands of fans surrounding the 22-foot-tall halfpipe, U.S. Freeski Team athletes Wise, Birk Irving, Alex Ferreira and Aaron Blunk put on a show. 

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