The USSA named 16 athletes to the 2015 Cross Country World Championships Team that will compete in Falun, Sweden.
Nita Englund continued to set the pace for the USA, moving up from 14th to finish eighth in a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Oberstdorf.
Jessie Diggins was fifth, Liz Stephen seventh as the U.S. Ski Team closed out a strong weekend in Rybinsk.
Nita Englund soared to another career best World Cup, finishing seventh in Oberstdorf.
Jessie Diggins was fifth to lead seven Americans who made the heats in a World Cup freestyle sprint in Rybinsk.
Taylor Fletcher skied up from 28th to finish third in a FIS Nordic Combined World Cup in Sapporo, with brother Bryan eighth.
Liz Stephen finished second on Friday in the 10k freestyle race in Rybinsk, Russia—the top World Cup distance result by an American woman.
Bryan Fletcher soared to his best jump of the year and contended for the win before taking ninth in the FIS Nordic Combined World Cup in Sapporo.
When Noah Hoffman took a bad crash in the opening World Cup in Kuusamo, Finland, he didn’t expect to find his season in jeopardy. We asked him a few questions on his injury, the recovery and what the rest of his season will look like.
Bryan Fletcher picked up his jumping and landed top-10 in the Seefeld Triple.
Rosie Brennan and Ida Sargent led U.S. team in a World Cup team sprint in Estonia.
Winds continued to impact the women's World Cup tour in Zao with Jessica Jerome leading the USA in tenth.
Sadie Bjornsen led the USA finishing 15th in a classic sprint in Otepää.
Germany's Eric Frenzel remained invicible in Seefeld, skiing to a second straight win in the Seefeld Triple. Bryan Fletcher skied up from 25th in the jump to finish 11th, with the fourth fastest cross country time. Billy Demong was 21st.
Billy Demong led the USA finishing 28th in the opening stage of the Seefeld Triple mini-tour.
The USSA has named Brooke McAffee as a vice president and chief financial officer.
Liz Stephen rewrote the history books again, posting the fourth fastest time up Alpe Cermis to move up to fifth in the final Tour de Ski standings - the best American finish ever.
Taylor Fletcher skied to fifth with brother Bryan eighth in a FIS Nordic Combined World Cup Sunday in Chaux-Neuve.
Sarah Hendrickson closed out the World Cup weekend in Sapporo finishing eighth, with teammate Nita Englund scoring a career best 11th.
Dakota Blackhorse von Jess and Rosie Brennan scored repeat titles for the week as the U.S. Cross Country Championships in Houghton, MI came to a close.