Sarah Hendrickson may not be as old as her fellow competitors, but she is already out-jumping them all while making history and putting up the results of a seasoned veteran. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski Team)
Nita Englund soared to another career best World Cup, finishing seventh in Oberstdorf.
Winds continued to impact the women's World Cup tour in Zao with Jessica Jerome leading the USA in tenth.
Sarah Hendrickson closed out the World Cup weekend in Sapporo finishing eighth, with teammate Nita Englund scoring a career best 11th.
Sarah Hendrickson soared to fifth as the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup resumed in Sapporo.
World Champion Sarah Hendrickson (Park City, UT) came from behind to finish ninth in the opening FIS Ski Jumping World Cup of the season. Jessica Jerome (Park City, UT) was 11th with Nita Englund (Steamboat Springs, CO) 18th.
On the eve of the International Ski Federation’s Ski Jumping World Cup tour opener, the U.S. Ski Team has named three women to its 2014-15 team. The women’s tour opens this weekend on the Olympic jumps in Lillehammer, Norway.
America’s top ski jumpers and nordic combined athletes will compete in the U.S. Ski Jumping Championships (normal hill) and U.S. Nordic Combined Championships during the Flaming Leaves Festival in Lake Placid on Sunday, October 12.
St. Paul Ski Club's Christian Friberg soared to his first U.S. title while Jessica Jerome own her 11th.
On June 29th, U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) athletes and staff will compete in the third annual Sufferfest.
Ski & Snowboard Club Vail, Mikaela Shiffrin and former USSA President and CEO Bill Marolt took home top honors at the USSA Awards Dinner.
Sarah Hendrickson won the women’s Utah Pro/Olympian of the Year Award at the annual Utah State of Sport Awards at the Energy Solutions Arena in downtown Salt Lake City. (Photo: Tom Kelly/USSA)
The first-ever women's ski jumping Olympic Trials event and U.S. Ski Team athletes Sarah Hendrickson and Ted Ligety will be highlighted in the third annual Governor's State of Sport Awards on April 22. (Getty Images/AFP-Samuel Kubani)
Today, just about all your favorite athletes are on Twitter. But how did they get their start there? Check out their first-ever tweets. (Photo: Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski Team)
Thirty women from 12 countries soared into the history books Tuesday night during an impressive Olympic debut of women’s ski jumping at the RusSki Gorki Jumping Center, a marquee event of the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
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If there were ever an almanac of rising stars, Sarah Hendrickson would be in contention for the cover photo. Still a teenager, the young ski jumper has already won a U.S. title, a World Championship gold medal and a World Cup globe, making her one of the youngest skiers ever, male or female, to do so.
Hendrickson’s 2013 season should have been hampered by an offseason knee surgery that kept her out of jumping for over six months, but that’s not what happened. Instead, with extremely limited training, the Park City native grabbed a World Ski Championships gold and finished second overall in the World Cup standings.
Add those results with her World Cup overall first place in 2012 (the inaugural World Cup season for women’s ski jumping), a silver medal in the 2012 Junior World Championships and a second place finish in the 2012 Continental Cup, and it’s hard to believe that Hendrickson hasn’t yet seen her 20th birthday.
Along with teammates Lindsey Van and Jessica Jerome, Hendrickson sees 2014 as a chance to make history by winning the first-ever Olympic gold medal awarded in women’s ski jumping.
Come the World Championships event in February, I had many more training jumps under my belt and was ready for the big event. I walked away with the win and was overjoyed by that. Both the result and my technique were finally back and I was/am beyond satisfied.
Next, we start training in the gym May 1st and then jumping June 1st. I am ready for a summer without high school or injuries and looking forward to an exciting Olympic year.
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Continental Cup (predecessor to World Cup)