Who to Watch: Alpine Racing

The fastest skiers in America are all contenders for the podium during the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
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You can find the entire Team USA roster for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea on teamusa.org.

Wondering what it takes to get on this list? Check out "A Day in the Life," covering Team USA rising star Bryce Bennett.

Note: In the original print version of this story, Julia Mancuso was included but she has since retired, and Steven Nyman has a knee injury and will not compete in PyeongChang.

Check out more of SKI Magazine's Winter Olympic Coverage.


Wing Tai Barrymore of Sun Valley, ID threw down a jaw-dropping first run, linking doubles and switch-hits the whole way down.Duncan Adams smooth style had him in second until yougster Torin Yater-Wallace edged him out on his second run.

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Devin Logan competes in slopestyle finals.

Who to Watch: Slopestyle

After bringing home a fistful of medals from Sochi in 2014, Team USA is looking to get back on the slopestyle podium in PyeongChang.

Bryce Bennet a day in the life

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Up-and-coming ski racer Bryce Bennett raced alongside some of the sports's greatest. The Olympic qualifier shared a typical training day with SKI Magazine.

Jessie Diggins

On the Hunt

Our favorite underdogs at PyeongChang are the US Women's Nordic Team members.

Alpensia Ski Resort, shown here illuminated for nightskiing, is host to the Olympic ski jumping and Nordic events, plus biathlon, luge, bobsled, and skeleton at the Alpensia Sliding Centre.

Asian Infusion

South Korea accomplished with $13 billion what took the Russians $50 billion. Plus there’s karaoke, K-pop, and skiing into the wee hours. What more do you need? Herein, a sneak peek at the venues of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games.

Ted Ligety Instagram Screen Shot

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In a world ruled by social media, U.S. Ski Team members are fighting for more than just a spot on the podium.

Michelle Gisin finishes the Alpine Combined slalom.

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Swiss women Gisin, Holdener rule the day at the Jeongseon Alpine Center.

On Sunday, the competition got fierce again during the slopestyle finals. Andreas Hatveit, a 23-year-old from Norway, earned a first-place score of 93.00 with a run that included a double cork 1080 and a switch right 1080. Tom Wallisch of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, landed second-place during his second run, with a pretzel on the rail, a rodeo 900, and a misty 5 off the rail to earn a score of 92.38. Following in third was Sammy Carlson of Tigard, Oregon, with a score of 91.13 for his 270 onto the rail and a switch misty 900 poke. “Getting here [to the Winter Dew Tour] and watching the level of riding, I was just aiming to get third,” said Hatveit. “But I finally got my run together, and it was definitely the best run I’ve ever had in my life so I couldn’t be happier.” (click to the next slide)

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