The U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team has named Marc Nölke, an Olympian and highly-regarded ski jumping coach, to oversee its jumping program. (Photo courtesy of Marc Nölke)
From Minnesota State Champion to World Champion in just a few years, Jessie Diggins has had a mercurial rise to the top, one that she’ll look to continue at the 2014 Olympics. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski Team)
Spots for Sochi will be on the line Dec. 28-29 when the 2014 U.S. Olympic Trials for Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined come to the Utah Olympic Park in Park City. (Photo: Utah Olympic Park)
The USSA TEAM Academy held its first graduation ceremony June 1st in Park City, UT. (Photo: Sarah Brunson/USSA)
World Champion Jessie Diggins captures the secret to the team's Best in the World success.
U.S. J/NC Championships
Ted Ligety and Bear Bryant take top honors at the annual USSA Awards Dinner.
World Champion and Olympic medalist Johnny Spillane is retiring after 13 seasons.
Sarah Hendrickson and the USSA were honored by Utah Governor Gary Herbert.
Kris Freeman became the men’s 2013 U.S. Distance National Champion on Thursday at Royal Gorge Ski Area, California.
Liz Stephen became the women’s 2013 USSA National Distance Champion Wednesday at Royal Gorge Ski Area while teammate and World Cup Champion Kikkan Randall came in second.
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Kikkan Randall became the first American woman in history to break into the top three overall in the FIS Cross Country World Cup on Sunday.
After stage three of four in the mini-tour, Kikkan Randall remained in her third overall position as the tour heads into its finale on Sunday in Falun, Sweden.
In the second stage of the mini-tour on Friday, Kikkan Randall skied into third place, leading three Americans into the top eight.
Andy Newell placed 11th and took the top finish for the USA in the Royal Palace Classic Sprint.
VIDEO: Hendrickson Wins Oslo
Sarah Hendrickson (Park City, UT) flew 133.5 meters to her fourth World Cup win at the women's large hill debut and season finale at the legendary Holmenkollen.
Sarah Hendrickson flew 133.5 meters to her fourth World Cup win at the women's large hill debut and season finale at the legendary Holmenkollen.
Liz Stephen was ninth for a career best at 30k freestyle in the Holmenkollen Ski Festival at Oslo.
Noah Hoffman led the U.S. Ski Team finishing 24th in the 50k freestyle mass start at Holmenkollen.