John Teller skiing to his career second World Cup victory at Megeve, France. (Getty Images/Agence Zoom)
MEGEVE, France (Jan. 16) – After battling weather delays and multiple schedule changes John Teller (Mammoth Lakes, CA) took the top spot at the Audi FIS Freestyle Ski Cross World Cup in Megeve, France. Teller, an X Games champion won his first World Cup nearly two years ago to the day in St. Johann, Austria. Teammate Joe Swensson (Niantic, CT) finished in seventh for the team USA Ski Cross. The team heads to Grasgehren, Germany for the next World Cup stop Feb. 1-3.
John Teller (Mammoth Lakes, CA) soared to victory at the Audi FIS Freestyle Ski Cross World Cup in Megeve, France.
Teller won his first World Cup nearly two years ago to the day in St. Johann, Austria.
The Megeve World Cup stop battled multiple weather delays and schedule changes due to snowy conditions.
Teammate Joe Swensson (Niantic, CT) finished in seventh.
Next up the World Cup heads to Grasgehren, Germany Feb. 1-3.
Athletes will be stateside for the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Canyons Resort Feb. 25 – Mar. 2.
QUOTES John Teller I seriously was just having a blast skiing the course. I am stoked for my teammate Joe [Swensson] as well. I think this is the best U.S. finish ever. I knew I was skiing this course faster than everyone so it is good to get back on the top step. Mister momentum is in my pocket now!