Liz Stephen led the U.S. Ski Team with a strong 12th place finish in a 10k freestyle race in Davos.
Here are eight people and points to keep your eyes peeled for when the World Cup returns to Davos, having been moved from Las Clusaz due to a lack of snow.
Ida Sargent led the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team in 15th with four athletes qualifying for heats in a freestyle sprint World Cup.
The U.S. women closed the gap in a 10k classic race in Davos as the World Cup tour left Scandinavia for the higher elevation Swiss Alps.
Taylor Fletcher came close in fifth, but missed the podium as Tomaz Druml of Austria took his second straight FIS Nordic Combined Continental Cup win in Park City.
Tomaz Druml led an Austrian podium sweep at the opening FIS Nordic Combined Continental Cup in Park City. Taylor Fletcher was eighth.
The stage is set for a wild cross country finale with Austrian Lukas Greiderer taking the lead after the jump in a FIS Nordic Combined Continental Cup. Olympians Billy Demong (8th) and Taylor Fletcher (26th) are both expected to contend.
Olympic champion Billy Demong will highlight the field as a dozen nations come to Park City this week for an International Ski Federation Nordic Combined Continental Cup.
Bryan Fletcher stormed up from 36th after the jump to take eighth, his best finish since last January
Sadie Bjornsen skied to 18th overall in the three day World Cup mini-tour in Lillehammer.
Jessie Diggins was 15th in the women's 5k freestyle, the second leg of a World Cup mini tour in Lillehammer.
Sadie Bjornsen (Winthrop, WA) led the U.S. Ski Team with a 21st place finish in the opening event of the three-day Lillehammer World Cup mini tour in a freestyle sprint.
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.
Taylor and Bryan Fletcher combined to move up from 18th after the jump to finish 13th in a FIS Nordic Combined World Cup team sprint in Ruka, Finland.
Sadie Bjornsen led the U.S. Ski Team finishing 17th in the women's 10k classic World Cup in Ruka.
Bryan Fletcher moved up from 32nd after the jump to finish 17th in the opening FIS Nordic Combined World Cup in Ruka, Finland.
Olympian Ida Sargent skied to a career best fifth as the FIS Cross Country World Cup opened in Ruka, FInland with a classic sprint.
The U.S. Cross Country Ski Team will take a strong summer and fall preparation period into this weekend's FIS World Cup opener in Ruka.
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