Denver Post journalist John Meyer was honored with this year's FIS Journalist Award. (L-R) USSA President and CEO Bill Marolt, Steph Meyer, John Meyer, FIS Communications Director Jenny Wiedeke
Todd Lodwick (pictured) finished 11th during the cross country portion of the 10k individual Gundersen on Sunday while World Championships bronze medalist Bryan Fletcher skied into the top ten, closing a large deficit with the fifth-fastest time of the da
World Champion Jessie Diggins anchored a strong U.S. team made up of Kikkan Randall, Sadie Bjornsen and Liz Stephen to take third in the 4x5k relay and match the best-ever World Cup result for any U.S. cross country relay team.
Jessica Jerome jumped into 19th-place and secured the top spot for the U.S. Ski Team amidst the largest field of women ever at the women’s ski jumping World Cup opener on Saturday.
World Championship bronze medalist Bryan Fletcher moved up from 36th to finish 16th during the 10k cross country portion of the individual nordic combined World Cup on Saturday.
Sadie Bjornsen delivered another breakout result Saturday in the Lillehammer 10k classic World Cup, where she skied into seventh and matched her career-best individual result set just a week ago in Kuusamo, Finland.
U.S. Ski Jumping Team athletes Lindsey Van and Jessica Jerome led a mixed-gender team to finish 13th in Friday’s mixed team World Cup jumping event.
U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team’s Taylor Fletcher posted the fastest time in his cross country anchor leg and moved up the pack to give the USA seventh in the 4x5k team event at the nordic combined World Cup season opener.
World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall (Anchorage) fought hard to earn a fifth-place finish during Sunday’s 10k freestyle pursuit, the finale of the Ruka Triple mini-tour and cross country World Cup season opening weekend.
Sadie Bjornsen (Winthrop, WA) skied to a career-best seventh place in the women’s 5k classic Saturday, the second stage of the Ruka Triple mini-tour.
World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall (Anchorage, AK) skied into second place in the cross country sprint World Cup opener Friday, earning the best classic World Cup sprint result of her career.
The U.S. Ski Team is poised and ready for the opening of the FIS Cross Country and Nordic Combined World Cup tours this weekend in Kuusamo.
This year, a group of athletes moved Thanksgiving up to celebrate with their friends before the competition season kicked off. (Photo: Noah Hoffman)
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) is taking advantage of the Sochi Olympic season to roll out a host of new merchandising programs.
World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall won a pre-season 1.2-kilometer freestyle sprint FIS race on Sunday during the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team’s first race series of the 2013-14 Olympic season.
The Utah Olympic Park ski jumps led the world opening Tuesday, Nov. 12.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Olympic Committee threw a party in Times Square to celebrate the 100 day countdown to the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. (Photo: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team High Performance internship program takes some of the brightest students in the country and pairs them with the sport's most accomplished athletes. (Photo: Riley Steinmetz/USSA)
A strong group of veterans highlights the 2014 U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team, including Olympic Champion Billy Demong.
A strong group of veteran women jumpers, including World Champions Sarah Hendrickson and Lindsey Van, highlight the U.S. Ski Jumping Team named during the 100 Days Out to Sochi celebration.