Popcorn in hand, many of us sat down last Saturday to watch the Stifel Loppet Cup (a.k.a. the Minneapolis World Cup) on Outside Watch—the livestream service offered a free broadcast of the first domestic World… Read More »What Happened with the Minneapolis World Cup Broadcast Coverage?
The sun continued to shine at the Stifel Loppet Cup in Minneapolis on Sunday as American Gus Schumacher made history, skiing to victory in the 10km freestyle individual start at Theodore Wirth Park. He is… Read More »Schumacher Wins Loppet Cup 10km, Diggins Claims Third in Women’s Race
As the first day of the Stifel Loppet Cup dawned, with women’s and men’s sprints on the horizon, several questions hung in the air: Will the Swedish women continue their utter dominance of the discipline? Will Johannes… Read More »Sundling and Klaebo Win Loppet Cup Sprints in Minneapolis
Jessie Diggins has always wanted to race a World Cup on home snow. This coming February, on trails that she raced as a junior near her hometown in Minnesota, the three-time Olympic medalist’s dream will… Read More »World Cup Races Come to North America in 2024