Durango native Tad Elliott has competition in his blood—not only is he a U.S. Ski Teamer for cross country, but he's also on the national team for mountain biking.
Noah Hoffman finished 27th and led the U.S. Cross Country Team in the 50k classic on Sunday, the climatic close to the 2013 FIS World Nordic Ski Championships.
Andy Newell, Kris Freeman, Noah Hoffman and anchor Tad Elliott finished 10th in the men’s 4x10k relay at World Championships.
Noah Hoffman put in a good finishing kick to take 15th in the 15k freestyle individual start at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.
A strong team of 13 was named by the USSA for the upcoming FIS Nordic Ski World Championships in Val di Fiemme.
Erik Bjornsen and Rosie Brennan took their first U.S. titles at the U.S. Cross Country Championships at Soldier Hollow.
Soldier Hollow will play host to over 400 USSA athletes for the 2013 U.S. Cross Country Ski Championships Jan. 2-8.
Noah Hoffman skied to a career best eighth with Kris Freeman tenth on the Canmore World Cup skiathlon.
Kikkan Randall skied to second in her leg to lead the U.S. women in the World Cup relay in Sjusjoen.
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OFF THE SNOW
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS (top 30 individual)
2012: 27th, 30k FS, Davos, SUI; first World Cup points
Stage World Cup Results
2012: 1st, sprint CL, Craftsbury, VT
U.S. CHAMPIONSHIPS TITLES
Mountain Bike Racing Results