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River Radamus Breaks Top 20 on Domestic Soil

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
December, 4 2022
River Radamus with a Top 20
@dustinsatloff // @usskiteam

It was a beautiful Sunday in Beaver Creek for the Xfinity Birds of Prey super-G, an Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. Norwegian skier Aleksander Kilde won the weekend, two days in a row at the Birds of Prey hill. Swiss skier Marco Odermatt took second. 

The track held up nicely for the racers coming down with many making big leaps up the leaderboard. Stifel U.S. Alpine Team athlete River Radamus had an electric run, going from bib 57 to 16th place in the super-G. He was the top American finisher for the day. 

“I've come to this race since 2018 now and I'd never been able to score. It just slipped through my fingers so many times,” said Radamus. “The crowd just brings it alive and you want to perform for the home crowd so much, knowing that your family and friends and neighbors are all in the crowd. Makes this a special moment.”

Radamus and the men’s speed crew head to Europe for the next World Cup races.