• Tag: U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association

    Jessie Diggins Wins Historic World Cup Title

    Capping off a historic and unprecedented season of racing, Jessie Diggins wrapped up the World Cup calendar in Switzerland’s Engadin Valley on Sunday with a victory lap of sorts. The 29-year-old Olympic champion from Minnesota has become the first-ever female American cross country skier to win the overall World Cup […]

    A Look Back At World Championships: Hot racing and near-podium finishes by U.S. skiers & relay teams

    Wrapping up on Sunday, March 7, the 2021 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships showcased heated (and hot) racing, with several near-podium finishes by U.S. skiers and relay teams. The week and a half of racing in Oberstdorf, Germany, which welcomed 35 athletes from the U.S., saw the return of many […]

    Geraghty-Moats Wins Historic Nordic Combined World Cup

    Tara Geraghty-Moats, the 27-year-old athlete from West Fairlee, Vermont, made history last Friday, winning the first-ever women’s Nordic Combined World Cup, held in Ramsau am Dachstein, Austria. From her position in sixth after the jumping portion of the event, Geraghty-Moats skied a dominant 5km cross country race, clawing back a […]

    Back On Skis, Back With The Team

    My first ski race of this season was last weekend’s skate sprint in Davos, Switzerland. Not only was it my first race of the season, but it was also a World Cup, which represents a big step for me, because I usually start the race season on the SuperTour. It […]

    Nordic Nation

    “An important component of the CXC Marathon Cup will be masters and citizen skiers competing in the series,” said Yuriy Gusev, CXC executive director and athletic director. “We encourage clubs and teams to compete as well and look forward to seeing the growth and collaboration of clubs and master skiers […]