Sarah Hendrickson made her comeback with strong finishes after nearly 15 months away.
Jessie Diggins broke of a blockade of Norwegians to take her third career World Cup victory, winning the 5k freestyle in the second stage of the Lillehammer mini tour.
Sadie Bjornsen set the pace qualifying first to lead three U.S. women into the top 10 in the seeding round. In the heats, the U.S. failed to advance past quarterfinals
Most of the nordic World Cup tour heads to Lillehammer, Norway this weekend for a three-day event in the Olympic village.
Peter Graves was presented the FIS Journalist Award for his lifetime of coverage of the U.S. Ski Team athletes and events.
Sadie Bjornsen led four Americans into the points as the FIS Cross Country World Cup opened in Ruka, Finland.
Three Americans including Bryan and Taylor Fletcher plus Ben Berend will be in the starting lineup for the FIS Nordic Combined World Cup opener in Ruka.
Three U.S. ski jumpers will open the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup season this weekend on the HS142 meter jump in Ruka, Finland.
The U.S. Cross Country Ski Team will open its 2016-17 World Cup season this weekend in the frozen north of Finland, with the traditional opening races in Ruka outside the Lapland city of Kuusamo.
The 2016-17 U.S. Cross Country Ski Team was announced today, just before the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup opener in Ruka, Finland on Nov. 26. A total of 16 athletes were named to the A, B and D Teams.
Sarah Hendrickson, now 22, has packed a lot into her short career – 13 World Cup wins, a World Cup season title and the 2013 World Championship. Still, she’s far from finished.
USANA has signed on to be the title sponsor of the 2017 FIS Nordic Junior and U23 World Ski Championships.
Athletes made a pre-season visit to Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City.
You couldn’t tell that it was a rainy, miserable day outside, as 135 girls’ smiles lit up the USSA Center of Excellence entryway in Park City, UT, waiting to be let into Fast and Female 2016.
Fast and Female—a nonprofit organization headed up by Kikkan Randall in the U.S. with the mission of keeping young girls active through sports—is coming to the U.S. Ski Team headquarters this weekend.
Tara Geraghty-Moats (W. Fairly, VT) withstood a challenge from hometown favorite Nina Lussi (Lake Placid, NY) to win her first U.S. title, taking the normal hill event at the U.S. Ski Jumping Championships on the HS100 meter jump in Lake Placid.
Will Rhoads put down two towering jumps to win his second U.S. title of the season.
Mike Glasder and Tara Geraghty-Moats soared to wins in a tuneup for Sunday's U.S. Ski Jumping Championship in Lake Placid.