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Lemley Wins Youth Olympic Games Gold in Dual Moguls 

By Ryan Odeja - Stifel U.S. Ski Team
January, 26 2024
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Liz Lemley of the Stifel U.S. Ski Team and Porter Huff stand atop the Youth Olympic Games podium in Gangwon, South Korea. (OIC - Simon Bruty)

Stifel U.S. Freestyle Ski Team moguls athlete Elizabeth Lemley led the United States to victory at the 2024 Youth Olympic Games in the team dual moguls competition in Gangwon, South Korea. 

On a picture-perfect day in Gangwon, Lemley took the top box alongside Porter Huff of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail, triumphing over the Republic of Korea’s Yun Shinee and Lee Yoon Seung in the big final. USA’s Abby McLarnon and Jiah Cohen also put on a dominant performance, taking home the bronze medal in the small final against Japan’s Hikaru Sakai and Takuto Nakamura. With today’s competition coming to a close, Team USA is not taking home one, but two, Youth Olympic Games medals to the U.S. 

“I had such confidence in Liz that she would always put down a good run and be up in the points. She’s one of a kind, a prodigy. I’m so happy to be teamed with her,” said Huff to an Olympics reporter

Throughout Lemley’s career, the young moguls star has already secured four World Cup podiums, most recently in Ruka, Finland where she was second. With today’s result, Lemley added another podium to her career, this time, from one of the biggest stages of the sport. 

Team dual moguls