Noah Hoffman made an impressive comeback in the 2015-16 to reclaim his title as the top distance racer in the country. (Steven Earl)
The Plains of Abraham will be the epicenter of the cross country ski racing world as the FIS Cross Country World Cup Finals come to Quebec City this weekend.
Canada’s Alex Harvey took the gold in the men’s 50k mass start to close out the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.
Jessie Diggins skied to her best 15k classic World Cup result, winning a photo finish to take 10th.
Noah Hoffman and Jessie Diggins swept to titles in the 42k Merino Muster near Wanaka, New Zealand.
The 2016 USSA SuperTour Finals and L.L. Bean U.S. Long Distance National Championships kicked off on Monday at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, with a 15/10k individual freestyle race.
Sadie Bjornsen led the U.S. team with a 15th place finish in a FIS World Cup skiathlon race on Sunday.
Jessie Diggins led the U.S. team for the second day, finishing fourth in a FIS World Cup 10k freestyle mass start on Sunday.
Noah Hoffman led the U.S. men, finishing 24th, in a FIS World Cup 50k classic on Saturday, at the iconic Holmenkollen stadium in Oslo.
Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) led the U.S. team with a third-place finish in Saturday’s FIS World Cup 10k freestyle.
With two stage wins at the Tour de Ski, a myriad of career-best results for various athletes and top 10s galore, the U.S. Cross Country team is looking strong for the next few months of racing.
The U.S. women’s team skied another impressive race Saturday in the second stage of the Tour de Ski.
For the third time this season, Sophie Caldwell (Peru, VT) led the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team in a freestyle sprint race, finishing fourth in the Tour de Ski Opener.
January 1st marks the 10th anniversary of the Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski - a nine-day seven-stage event in three different countries.
A dozen U.S. athletes will start this weekend in the Ruka Triple to open the FIS Cross Country World Cup
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Despite an abbreviated World Cup season in 2014-15 due to an untimely crash and broken fibula at the Kuusamo World Cup in early November, The Hoff, as he’s known throughout the cross country ski community, made an impressive comeback in the 2015-16 to reclaim his title as the top distance racer in the country. Hoffman claimed several World Cup points throughout the season, including in his best result: 19th in a 10k freestyle race in Toblach, Italy. He also had his career-best Tour de Ski, where he finished 22nd overall in the Tour standings.
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11th, 4x10k Relay, Sochi, RUS, 2014
10th, 4x10k Relay, Val di Fiemme, ITA, 2013
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