The Super Bowl of American ski racing went off this past weekend and a few North American racers took full advantage on home court. Photos: GEPA

December 6th – Super-G

Ryan Cochrane-Siegle (USA) showed consistency as the only racer to score points in all three events. He also collected a career-best 6th place finish in Saturday’s Downhill.

22-year-old Marco Odermatt (SUI) celebrates his first World Cup win.

December 7th – Downhill

It was a strong weekend for Aleksander Kilde (NOR) who had a 2nd place finish in the Super-G and a 7th place finish in Downhill.

Brodie Seger (CAN) moved up from bib 55 to 13th for a career-best finish.

Beat Feuz (SUI) celebrated his 12th World Cup win with his victory on Saturday.

December 8th – GS

Tommy Ford (USA) wins his first-ever World Cup race on U.S. soil.

Trevor Philp (CAN) had a career-best 7th place finish in Sundays GS race.

The Norwegians, Henrik Kristofferson and Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen, rounded out the GS podium.

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