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Wright Top 20, Winters Top 30 in Tough World Cup Conditions

By Sierra Ryder
January, 15 2023
Bella Wright in 19th Place
Bella Wright skis to a top 20 finish in St. Anton, Austria (Getty Images)

The Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team was back in action Sunday with a women’s Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup super-G in St. Anton, Austria and a men’s World Cup slalom in Wengen, Switzerland. In St. Anton, Bella Wright lead the way for the women with a 19th place, moving up from bib 42. Luke Winters was the top U.S. man, taking 24th place and scoring World Cup points. 

“It was a bumpy ride," said Wright. "It was dark and a really tough day overall. I am really happy with my skiing down on the bottom; I felt like I was attacking more.”

The super-G win went to Swiss skier Lara Gut-Behrami. Italian skier Frederica Brignone took second, and her teammate Marta Bassino landed in third. Breezy Johnson, Tricia Mangan and Keely Cashman did not finish. The race was forced to end early due to high winds and Lauren Macuga did not start.

Both races had their challenges. It was a dark and bumpy track for the women in Austria and a bumpy then snowy course for the men in Switzerland. Both Winters and Ben Ritchie fought their way through the difficult course to land a second run, but the snow came in causing more challenges to the already difficult day of slalom. Winters fought his way down to the finish in the top 30 in 24th position, while Ritchie did not finish.

“We have had a tough go the last couple of slaloms,” said Winters. “Today I did not ski great first run, but I got two through and World Cup points never hurt. I am looking forward to the next races.”

The winner of the Wengen slalom was Norwegian skier Henrik Kristoffersen, in second Swiss skier Loic Meillard and in third Lucas Braathen of Norway. Jett Seymour did not qualify for a second run. 

The next alpine races include more speed with the women in Cortina, Italy Jan. 20-22 and the men heading to the famous Kitzbuhel track Jan. 20-22.

Women's super-G
Men's slalom

Corning Seventh, Henricksen 10th in Kreischberg Big Air

By Leann Bentley
January, 14 2023
Chris Corning
Chris Corning in the Visa Big Air presented by Toyota contest earlier this season. (Mike Dawson - U.S. Ski & Snowboard)

U.S. Snowboard Team athletes Chris Corning and Dusty Henricksen both landed top-ten finishes in the Big Air contest in Kreischberg, Austria for the fourth snowboard Big Air contest of the season. On the site of the 2015 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, the jump was in excellent condition for the nighttime event despite the low snowfall across much of Europe. 

Corning finished the day in seventh through three jumps and Henrickson was 10th, respectively. 

On the second run, Corning went big and and landed the top score out of all the competitors and ended the day with a combined score of 307.30 but Japan won the day, with Taiga Hasegawa, Ryoma Kimata and Kira Kimura in first, second and third. 

Going into the contest, Corning was tied with Janne Korpi with seven career World Cup titles, three in slopestyle, two in big air and two overall. Corning was second in the Visa Big Air presented by Toyota in Copper Mountain, Colo., earlier this season and is considered one of the most experienced, talented and driven competitors on the circuit. 

For Henrickson, he is a strong competitor among the strong field of 50 riders and showed his strength finishing in the top 10. 

There were no U.S. women competing in this snowboard Big Air contest.


Men's Big Air

Goldberg Top 20, Women Find Top 30 in Speed

By Sierra Ryder
January, 14 2023
Jared Goldberg Races in Wengen, Switzerland
Jared Goldberg skis to 20th place in Wengen, Switzerland. (Getty Images)

The Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team was back in action Saturday for more speed races. The men finished the speed portion of the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup weekend in Wengen, Switzerland with a downhill, while the women were in St. Anton for the first of two super-G races.

Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team member Jared Goldberg was the top finisher for the men’s team in 20th place. Teammate Bryce Bennett finished in 26th place. Travis Ganong found 36th place, Sam Morse 39th, and Kyle Negomir in 49th. Ryan Cochran-Siegle and Erik Arvidsson did not finish, but they are ok.

“My run was really good on the top and I carried a lot more speed on the road,” said Goldberg. “I was trying to be smooth and find the finish after I crashed hard in Bormio.”

The downhill podium included Norwegian skier Aleksander Kilde who continued his dominant speed skiing with another win. Second place went to Swiss skier Marco Odermatt and Italian skier Mattia Casse was third. The Wengen World Cup continues with a men’s slalom race on Sunday. The speed team will refocus on the next famous speed events in Kitzbuhel, Austria next week.

“I feel good heading into Kitzbuhel," said Goldberg. "Today is something I can build on."

The women’s speed team was in action Saturday with a super-G in St. Anton, Austria. The course had difficult light with many challenging turns and bumps. The Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team women finished with two in the top 30: Bella Wright in 28th and Breezy Johnson in 29th. Keely Cashman landed in 36th and Lauren Macuga in 37th. Tricia Mangan did not finish.

The super-G podium included Italian skier Frederica Brignone in first and Swiss skiers Joana Haehlen and Lara Gut-Behrami in second and third.

The women’s speed team will refocus for another day of super-G on Sunday.

Men's downhill
Women's super-G


Sunday, Jan 15, 2023
4:15 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Men's slalom, first run, Wengen, Switzerland, streaming on
5:30 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Women's super-G, first run, St. Anton, Austria, streaming on
4:15 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Men's slalom, second run, Wengen, Switzerland, streaming on

Cochran-Siegle Sixth, Ganong Top 20 in Wengen Super-G

By Sierra Ryder
January, 13 2023
Cochran-Siegle Sixth in Wengen
Ryan Cochran-Siegle celebrates after taking sixth place in Wengen. (Getty Images)

In the Wengen, Switzerland Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup super-G, Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Ryan-Cochran Siegle skied to a fast sixth-place finish, his best super-G result of the season.

“Today's result is good from where I have been at," said 2022 Olympic super-G medalist Cochran-Siegle. "I am trying to build more confidence and become more of a competitor."

The Swiss fans came out in the thousands to cheer on the racers on the infamous Lauberhorn track. The conditions were variable as the sun filtered in and out causing spring-like snow conditions on a straight-set course. There were many course holds as the weather became a larger force for those who ran later.

“I think they did an impressive job with the challenging weather we have had,” said Cochran-Siegle. “I think the fact that Aleksander Kilde ran 15 and was able to come down into first was impressive.”

Norwegian skier Aleksander Kilde continued his hot streak of speed skiing with the win on the Lauberhorn track. Swiss skier Stefan Rogentin took second place on home turf with teammate Marco Odermatt adding more podiums to his name in third place.

Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Travis Ganong was the next best U.S. skier and ended in the top 20, in 17th place. Erik Arvidsson finished in 35th, Kyle Negomir in 39th, Bryce Bennett in 40th and Jared Goldberg did not finish.

The men will switch to downhill on Saturday, followed by a slalom on Sunday. The women’s speed team is in action with two super-Gs this weekend in St. Anton, Austria.

Men's super-G


Saturday, Jan 14, 2023
5:00 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Women's super-G, St. Anton, Austria, streaming on
6:30 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Men's downhill, Wengen, Switzerland, streaming on


Sunday, Jan 15, 2023
4:15 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Men's slalom, first run, Wengen, Switzerland, streaming on
5:30 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Women's super-G, first run, St. Anton, Austria, streaming on
4:15 a.m. FIS Alpine World Cup, Men's slalom, second run, Wengen, Switzerland, streaming on

U.S. Freestyle Selection Events Wrap Up with Dual Moguls

By Leann Bentley
January, 12 2023
Dual Moguls podium
Lulu Shaffer (first) and Alli Macuga (third) stand on the podium for the Dual Moguls competition in Winter Park, Colo. (U.S. Ski & Snowboard)

The club athletes led the way on the final day of the U.S. Freestyle Selection Events in Winter Park, Colo. Landon Wendler of the Wasatch Freestyle/Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club was atop the podium for the men and Lulu Shaffer of Park City Ski & Snowboard Club/Stratton Mountain School won for the women in the dual moguls competition. Today wasn't all about the podiums - several athletes earned World Cup starts, many of them for the first time, in the upcoming FIS World Cup events in Canada and Utah. 

It was a day to celebrate the young talent in the moguls community, with over ten athletes qualifying for World Cup starts. "I am really excited to have the young athletes involved. I am looking forward to taking them onto the tour and letting them get a taste of World Cup and competing against the best in the world," Coach Bryon Wilson said. "I think we have a really strong team and I look forward to the next competition." 

On the women's side, Shaffer ended the week qualifying for both the Val St-Come World Cup and the Intermountain Health Freestyle International at Deer Valley. "I am so excited! This is something that I have been working towards for a really long time and at most points in my life did not think it would happen. To be here is pretty surreal and I am really grateful," Shaffer said. 

For the men, Wendler was on top, and right there with him was Peyton Billeisen of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club in second. For Wendler, it may have taken a few years, but he's back in the World Cup circuit qualifying for both Val St-Come and Deer Valley based on his results from the week. "I'm really excited to have the chance again in Deer Valley! It's been a couple of rough years. I feel like I finally earned it, and I made my way back to the World Cup!" 

For Billeisen, he ended the day speechless. "I thought this would take a lot longer," when asked about qualifying for his first-ever World Cup in Deer Valley. "The event started out a little rocky, but I picked it up and... I'm speechless, I don't even know what to say," said Billeisen. 

For the U.S. Freestyle D-Team athletes, Dylan Marcellini and Alli Macuga were both third, respectively. Both in the small final battling it out for the third place, Marcellini competed against Ski and Snowboard Club Vail club athlete, Lucas Nash with Macuga against Park City Ski and Snowboard club athlete, Kylie Kariotis.

Moving forward, athletes will rest over the weekend before either traveling to Canada or training for the next set of competitions. 





Intermountain Health Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort 


  • Ryan Tam - Olympic Valley Freestyle Team
  • Garrett Marley - Ski and Snowboard Club Vail
  • Landon Wendler - Wasatch Freestyle/Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club
  • Peyton Billeisen - Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club
  • Charlie Mickel - U.S Freestyle D-Team
  • Dylan Marcellini - U.S Freestyle D-Team


  • August Davis - Park City Ski and Snowboard
  • Lulu Shaffer - Park City Ski and Snowboard/ Stratton Mountain School
  • Kasey Hogg - U.S Freestyle D-Team
  • Alli Macuga - U.S Freestyle D-Team
  • Kylie Kariotis - Park City Ski and Snowboard


Val St-Come Freestyle World Cup  


  • Charlie Mickel - U.S Freestyle D-Team
  • Dylan Marcellini - U.S Freestyle D-Team
  • Landon Wendler - Wasatch Freestyle/Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club


  • Alli Macuga - U.S Freestyle D-Team
  • Lulu Shaffer - Park City Ski and Snowboard/ Stratton Mountain School

U.S. Freestyle Athletes Dominate in Winter Park

By Leann Bentley
January, 11 2023
U.S. Ski & Snowboard

U.S. Freestyle D-Team athletes are back on top of the podium in Winter Park, Colo., for day two of the U.S. Freestyle Selection Events. Alli Macuga was first for the second time in a row and teammates Dylan Marcellini and Charlie Mickel shared the podium in first and third. 

It was yet another cold and windy day but the U.S. Freestyle Team athletes dug deep and put several Americans within the top ten. 

For the women's event, over 60 competitors took to the mogul course for the second time in three days. With six out of the top ten spots filled by Americans, including club team athletes, the day was officially won by D-team athlete Macuga, who won the same event two days earlier on Jan. 9. Macuga, who reflected on it being "another great day in Winter Park" emphasized how everyone on her team crushed it, staff and coaches included. "Everyone crushed it today. The event was amazing and I am looking forward now to Deer Valley and seeing what I can throw down there."

D-team athlete Kasey Hogg was sixth overall, snagging another top ten result. Club team athletes, Kylie Kariotis and Kassidy Lynch were second and third, respectively. 

On the men's side, Marcellini put all the pieces together and came out on top, winning the first FIS moguls event of his career. "It's hard to even put into words right now. It means so much to come out here and get this done. It's been such a long time coming and I couldn't be happier with how today went," said Marcellini. 

Sharing the podium with Marcellini in third was teammate Mickel, who won the event two days prior. "I am really excited to get another podium today and it feels good to be skiing consistent runs," said Mickel. "Now, I'm looking forward to the World Cups in the future - going to make some more finals, hopefully, take home a dub!" Landon Wender, a club team athlete, was second. 

With the podium results today, Mickel, Marcellini and Macuga have secured spots in the upcoming domestic World Cup, the 2023 Intermountain Health Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort. 




Shiffrin Second, Moltzan Fifth Under the Lights in Flachau

By Sierra Ryder
January, 10 2023
Shiffrin Secures 130th Podium
Shiffrin with her 130th World Cup Podium (CC: Getty Images)

It was another successful night of slalom for the Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team under the lights at the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup in Flachau, Austria. Mikaela Shiffrin secured her 130th World Cup podium with a second place and Paula Moltzan continued her strong season with a fifth place.

Shiffrin skied to a fast second place after first run with 0.17 separating her run from Petra Vlhova of Slovakia in first place, and again skied a solid second run, but it wasn't quite enough to bump Vlhova from first. Lena Duerr of Germany took third. Shiffrin was also feeling under the weather with some stomach issues throughout the race.

“I don’t feel very well but no matter what Petra skied amazing tonight and deserves this victory,” said Shiffrin. “It was a little difficult this evening to perform but I did feel some turns that were good.”

Shiffrin is still on the verge of breaking the 82-World Cup win record that she currently shares with American skier Lindsey Vonn. Shiffrin just tied the record this week in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.

Moltzan skied a blazing second run to bump herself up from 10th place to just off the podium in fourth. “I am really happy to end a crazy tech series with a top five in slalom,” said Moltzan. “It feels good to build consistency and have fun while doing it.”

Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Nina O’Brien also closed out a strong series, scoring World Cup points with her 24th place. Teammate Lila Lapanja had great first and second runs and finished out the day in 23rd.  Ava Sunshine did not finish first run, Katie Hensien and Zoe Zimmerman did not qualify for a second run in, ending the day in 32nd and 41st, respectively. 

The next women’s World Cup is a speed event in St. Anton, Jan. 14-15.

Women's slalom

2023 World University Games U.S. Team Announced

By Leann Bentley
January, 10 2023

U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced the 44 student-athletes who will represent the United States in five different sports at the 2023 FISU World University Games in Lake Placid, N.Y., Jan 12-22, 2023. 

The FISU Winter World University Games, which occurs biannually, is the largest multi-sport collegiate event in the world after the Winter Olympics. This year, student-athletes will compete in Lake Placid and represent their countries in the same venues as the 1972 Winter Olympic Games.

The World University Games dates back to 1923 and has since brought together college students between the ages of 17-25 to compete in multiple sports in one centralized location. This year, nearly 1,500 athletes from 43 different countries will compete in 12 disciplines: cross country skiing, alpine skiing, biathlon, figure skating, freestyle skiing, ice hockey, nordic combined, ski jumping, curling, short and long track speed skating and snowboarding. Throughout the 10 days of competition, 86 events will take place with over 250 medal opportunities. 

ROSTERS (Name - University - Birthdate)



  • Carissa Cassidy - Colby College - 08/20/2002
  • Sophia Tozzi - Middlebury College - 09/12/2003
  • Ainsley Proffit - University of Alaska Anchorage - 03/21/2001 
  • Mia Hunt - Denver University - 03/21/2001
  • Tegan Wold - Montana State University - 01/11/2003
  • Charlotte Maurer - Colby College - 02/3/2001
  • Ella Spear - Colby College - 03/28/2001
  • Kaitlyn Harsch - University of Colorado - 01/1/2001
  • Cheyenne Brown - Colorado Mountain College - 11/26/1999
  • Ashley Humphreys - Colby-Sawyer College - 01/4/2000


  • Jacob Dilling - University of Colorado - 10/19/1999
  • Tanner Perkins - Montana State University - 05/18/2001
  • Jeremy Mathers - University of Utah - 07/22/2001
  • Spencer Wright - Boston College - 06/29/1999
  • Nicolas Richeda - Middlebury College - 03/12/2002
  • Oliver Parazette - University of Utah - 03/6/2002
  • Jack Reich - University of Colorado - 06/10/2022
  • Hunter Eid - University of Alaska Anchorage - 02/22/2001


Cross Country 


  • Anabel Needham - Michigan Tech - 01/8/2001
  • Nina Seemann - Dartmouth College - 10/20/2002
  • Kendall Kramer - University of Alaska Fairbanks - 06/26/2002
  • Sophia Mazzoni - Montana State University - 03/29/2001
  • Lucinda Anderson - University of New Hampshire - 12/3/2000
  • Renae Anderson - Bowdoin College - 09/15/1998
  • Annie McColgan - University of Vermont - 01/23/2002
  • Erin Bianco - Colby College - 10/8/1998


  • John Steel Hagenbuch - Dartmouth College - 10/1/2001
  • Will Koch - University of Colorado - 02/21/2002
  • Finn Sweet - University of Vermont - 03/18/2002
  • Gregory Burt - University of Vermont - 2002
  • Adam Witkowski - Michigan Tech University - 02/12/2000
  • Alexander Maurer - University of Colorado - 08/15/2002
  • Garrett Butts - Alaska Pacific University - 02/16/2001
  • Cameron Wolfe - Dartmouth College - 10/23/2000

Parallel Snowboarding 


  • Alexa Bullis - University of Colorado at Colorado Springs - 03/1/2000
  • Kaiya Kizuka - Penn State - 05/26/1999
  • Mika Kizuka - Lehigh University - 01/22/2002
  • Cecelia Jones - Denver University - 10/20/2001


  • Hunter Bernard - Springfield College - 10/23/2000
  • William Massie - Penn State - 12/2/2000



  • Abigail Benser - Westminster College - 09/1/2001
  • Paige Hughes - Northhampton Community College - 06/5/2004


  • Hunter Bernard - Springfield College- 10/23/2000


  • Jack Mitchell - Mission Ridge Ski Education Foundation - 03/3/2003

Find the World University Games schedule HERE.

2023 U.S Revolution Tour Returns to Copper, Aspen and Mammoth

By Leann Bentley
January, 10 2023
rev tour
An athlete competes at the 2021 Rev Tour at Copper Mountain Resort. (@philmckenziephoto)

Three U.S. resorts to host the next generation of freeskiers and snowboarders for 2023 Revolution Tour

PARK CITY, Utah (Jan. 11, 2023) – U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced the return of the U.S. Revolution Tour (Rev Tour) for the 2023 season to three world-class resorts: Copper Mountain, Colo., Mammoth Mountain, Calif., and Aspen Snowmass, Colo. The Rev Tour is an annual competition tour for up-and-coming freeskiers and snowboarders in halfpipe, slopestyle and big air.

For 19 years, the Rev Tour has served as a stepping stone for athletes transitioning from competing at the grassroots level to the elite level of freeskiing and snowboarding. At each stop of the Tour, some of the world's most promising competitors have the opportunity to compete at professional-level venues and terrain parks. 

To earn a spot on the Rev Tour, athletes must pre-qualify based on criteria for each contest. The Tour is focused on skiers and riders aged 13-19 years old and awards the top athletes with invitations to elite competitions, including the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix, FIS Junior World Championships and USASA Nationals, and Project Gold camps. 

Competition formats vary based on location and event, but skiers and riders compete in open class unless otherwise specified. Athletes must be 13 years of age or older to be eligible to compete at the Rev Tours and athletes must hold a current U.S. Ski & Snowboard competitor membership and FIS license. 

U.S. Ski & Snowboard also continues the Tour with the support of long-standing partnerships, including working with USASA and The Futures Tour, a joint venture between USASA and U.S. Ski & Snowboard. USASA provides an avenue for athletes to qualify for the Rev Tour, as well as solidify their prequalified spot for the 2023-24 season. 

2023 Revolution Tour Stops

Copper Mountain – Jan. 23-27, 2023

The Rev Tour season will kick off at the Athlete’s Mountain the last week of January. Skiers and boarders will compete on venues in the Woodward Mountain Park including the large jump line in Central Park and the 22-foot Superpipe. The Rev Tour at Copper Mountain will be the first stop of the 2023 U.S. NorAm calendar for snowboard and freeski slope and pipe. Copper is the Official Training Center for the U.S. Ski & Snowboard team, facilitating training for athletes who are competing for FIS points and NorAm standings. 

Aspen Snowmass – Feb. 8-14, 2023 

The Rev Tour has partnered with the Aspen Open for the fourth time to host a Rev Tour at Buttermilk in Aspen, Colo. The Rev Tour at Aspen Open will kick things off with halfpipe and slopestyle contests. Athletes will compete on the X Games Aspen courses, providing a taste of what it takes to compete at top freeski and snowboard competitions. 

Mammoth Mountain – March 16-21, 2023

For the third stop of the Rev Tour, athletes will travel to the west coast to compete at one of the nation’s premier ski and snowboard resorts, Mammoth Mountain. Mammoth will host contests in halfpipe, slopestyle and big air on the same course as the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix, a FIS World Cup. Mammoth Mountain has long served as a training ground for U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes, providing world-class slopestyle, big air and halfpipe venues. This year, athletes will compete in the world-renowned Unbound Main Terrain Park and the 22-foot pro halfpipe. 


Copper Mountain, Colo.

Jan. 23-27, 2023 - slopestyle, halfpipe 

Tuesday, Jan. 24
Freeski slopestyle 

Wednesday, Jan. 25
Freeski halfpipe

Thursday, Jan. 26
Snowboard slopestyle

Friday, Jan. 27
Snowboard halfpipe 

Aspen Snowmass, Colo.

Feb. 8-14, 2023 - slopestyle, halfpipe

Thursday, Feb. 9
Snowboard halfpipe 

Friday, Feb. 10

Snowboard slopestyle

Saturday, Feb. 11
Freeski halfpipe 

Sunday, Feb. 12
Freeski slopestyle 

Mammoth Mountain, Calif.

March 16-21, 2023 - slopestyle, halfpipe and big air 

Friday, March 17
Snowboard halfpipe

Saturday, March 18
Snowboard slopestyle 

Sunday, March 19
Snowboard big air
Freeski halfpipe 

Monday, March 20
Freeski slopestyle

Tuesday, March 21
Freeski big air 

2023 Alpine Junior World Ski Championships Team Announced

By Sierra Ryder
January, 9 2023
Alpine Junior World Ski Championships Panorama 2022
The team celebrates success at the Alpine Junior World Ski Championships Panorama, 2022

The Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team has announced the 17 athletes who will represent the United States in the 2023 FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships in St. Anton, Austria from Jan. 19-25, 2023.

The 2023 squad is comprised of Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team athletes from the B, C and D teams, as well as top U.S. Ski & Snowboard club program athletes from across the nation. The U.S. has a history of strong results at the Junior World Championships. Last season, Isaiah Nelson took home gold in the super-G, Ava Sunshine a silver in super-G and Lauren Macuga a bronze in downhill. 

Many of the athletes named already have had successful seasons so far. On the women’s side, both Sunshine and Zoe Zimmerman scored slalom World Cup points, and Lauren Macuga also scored World Cup points. Stella Johansson took second in a Europa Cup giant slalom and Mary Bocock, Kjersti Moritz and Tatum Grosdidier have all had podium results in NorAm Cup competition. On the men’s side, Cooper Puckett had a recent NorAm slalom win and Jay Poulter snagged a NorAm slalom podium.

“This year’s Junior World Championship team is a remarkable group of athletes who have already achieved tremendous results at the World Cup, Europa Cup and NorAm levels in their young careers,” said Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team Development Director Chip Knight. “With half of the team returning from last year and two medalists among them, we are looking forward to going to St. Anton to compete for medals, top-10 results and the Marc Holder overall team title.”

The 2023 Junior Worlds will once again include downhill, team alpine combined and mixed team events, along with super-G, giant slalom and slalom events for both men and women. Live timing will be provided by the International Ski Federation (FIS).


Name, Hometown; Club (Birthdate)

Mary Bocock – Salt Lake City, UT; Rowmark/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (07/10/2003)
Tatum Grosdidier – Steamboat Springs, CO; Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club (07/24/2004)
Stella Johansson – Aspen, CO; Aspen Valley Ski Club (09/02/2003)
Lauren Macuga – Park City, UT; Park City Ski & Snowboard/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (07/04/2002)
Kjersti Moritz – Vail, CO; Ski & Snowboard Club Vail/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (11/28/2004)
Liv Moritz – Vail, CO; Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (11/28/2004)
Dasha Romanov – Thornton, CO; Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (03/05/2003)
Ava Sunshine – Edwards, CO; Burke Mountain Academy/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (06/20/2002)
Zoe Zimmerman – Gilford, NH; Burke Mountain Academy/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (05/16/2002)

Justin Bigatel – Park City, UT; Burke Mountain Academy/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (04/29/2003)
Finnigan Donley – Anchorage, AK; Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation (02/28/2005)
Camden Palmquist – Eagan, MN; Buck Hill Ski Team/Team Summit Colorado/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (04/15/2003)
Oliver Parazette – Jackson, WY; University of Utah (03/06/2002)
Jay Poulter – Stratton, VT; Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club/Stratton Mountain School, Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (07/01/2003)
Cooper Puckett – Steamboat, CO; Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (03/31/2003)
Hunter Salani – Edwards, CO; Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (02/25/2005) 
Ryder Sarchett – Ketchum, ID; Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation/Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team (07/28/2003)


January 17 – Downhill Training
January 18 – Downhill Training
January 19 – Men’s and Women’s Downhill
January 20 – Men’s and Women’s Super-G
January 20 – Men’s and Women’s Team Alpine Combined
January 21 – Women’s Giant Slalom
January 22 – Men’s Giant Slalom
January 23– Mixed Team Parallel
January 24 – Women’s Slalom
January 25 – Men’s Slalom 

More event information can be found here