Dartmouth All-American Sophie Caldwell secured her spot on the U.S. Cross Country A Team with the highest-ever sprint finish for an American Olympian at the 2014 Sochi Games. (Getty Images/Harry How)
Olympian Sophie Caldwell (Peru, VT) opened the three-day Toppidrettsveka roller ski stage race, finishing fifth in a classic sprint. Noah Hoffman and Stephen finishing third in the uphill running race.
The U.S. Cross Country Ski Team took over the Craft Sportswear Instagram account and shared their goals for the upcoming season with the hashtag #myracestartshere.
Noah Hoffman and Sophie Caldwell took a brief detour to Belmont Hill School in Boston, MA to lead more than 100 young cross country enthusiasts in a dryland training session on Saturday.
The U.S. women finished fourth in the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 3x5k relay.
The U.S. Cross Country Ski Team finished seventh on the men’s side and eighth on the women’s side in the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun, Sweden.
Sophie Caldwell (Peru, VT) led the U.S. Ski Team at the first race of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with a 10th place finish in the classic sprint.
The Nordic World Championships kick off tomorrow with a classic sprint. The team readies for the opening competition of these championships.
The USSA named 16 athletes to the 2015 Cross Country World Championships Team that will compete in Falun, Sweden.
Whether it's receiving an ugly ski suit, a sweet pair of shades or just spending time with the family, we all have a favorite holiday memory. This year, we asked our athletes to tell us theirs.
The FIS Cross Country World Cup tour came to the Swiss Alps the last two week, with back-to-back weekends of cross country ski racing. USSA President and CEO Tiger Shaw was trackside with the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team and shared his thoughts.
Crashes took their toll in the Davis freestyle sprint World Cup as Kikkan Randall finished ninth and Sophie Caldwell 11th.
Ida Sargent led the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team in 15th with four athletes qualifying for heats in a freestyle sprint World Cup.
Noah Hoffman and Sadie Bjornsen (seen here at 2013 U.S. Championships in Utah) both capped their respective seasons Friday with U.S. distance titles to wrap up the 2014 U.S. Cross Country Championships.
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If cross-country skiing were a royal family, Sophie Caldwell would likely the Dutchess of Stratton. The 25-year-old granddaughter to John Caldwell, a former Olympian and the author of the first American guide to cross country skiing, Sophie grew up at the Stratton Mountain School, where her father, Sverre served as headmaster before settling in as the program director for the cross country and elite teams.
For her part, Caldwell has been an NCAA podium finisher, a World Cup podium finisher and the top U.S. woman to race in an Olympic games with her sixth place finish in the Sochi freestyle sprint. 2014 and 2015 saw multiple top ten finishes from the dynamic Vermonter, an impressive feat after a fall elbow injury left her without key poling training in the weeks leading to the start of the season. “I’m focused on results across both sprinting and distance races,” Caldwell said during the season.
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