From Olympig gold medals to the best ski racing fans in the world in Beaver Creek and Killington, Ski Racing Media compiled our favorite patriotic shots from this past season in honor of the Fourth of July.
Lindsey Vonn won her second career Olympic medal at PyeongChang 2018 with a bronze in the women’s downhill.
Mikaela Shiffrin took home her second career Olympic gold, winning the women’s giant slalom.
Mikaela Shiffrin skied to her first win of the season on home snow in Killington, Vermont, kicking off her spectacular season.
Lindsey Vonn and Alice McKennis ended the World Cup downhill season on the podium together in Are, Sweden.
The American women packed four athletes into the top 15 in the Olympic women’s downhill for the best American team performance ever.
Mikaela Shiffrin won her second consecutive World Cup overall title in March in Are, Sweden.
Ted Ligety made his way back on to the podium in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, after several years of injury.
Lindsey Vonn won back-to-back downhill races in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, and headed into the Olympics with incredible momentum.
The fans in Beaver Creek sure know how to get down for their team!
Killington fans enjoy a post-race concert.
Rain, snow, or shine, the fans in Vermont take their ski racing seriously.
2018 U.S. Alpine Championships in Sun Valley, Idaho, were one for the books.
2018 junior men’s giant slalom podium at U.S. Alpine Championships. George Steffey first, Luke Winters second, and River Radamus third.
2018 men’s giant slalom podium at U.S. Alpine Championships. Tommy Ford first, Brian McLaughlin second, and David Ketterer third.
2018 women’s super-G podium at U.S. Alpine Championships. Nina O’Brien first, AJ Hurt second, Nellie Talbot third.