Caitlin Gregg hoists her skis after winning an unprecedented fourth American Birkebeiner in 2016. (USSA-Tom Kelly)
Kyle Bratrud of CXC and Team Gregg's Caitlin Gregg won gold to open the 2017 L.L.Bean U.S. Cross Country Championships at Soldier Hollow.
Caitlin Gregg’s career will be defined by a series of accomplishments, notably a World Championship bronze, plus becoming a pied piper for kids in Minneapolis.
Caitlin Gregg won her record fourth Slumberland American Birkebeiner Saturday on a fast 51k track between Cable and Hayward.
A host of U.S. long distance skiers are among the favorites for the 43rd running of the 51k Slumberland American Birkebeiner cross country ski marathon Saturday.
January 1st marks the 10th anniversary of the Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski - a nine-day seven-stage event in three different countries.
Jessie Diggins skied some of the fastest checkpoint times, but that didn’t seem to fend off the dynamic Norwegian women’s team which snatched up all three spots on the podium.
A dozen U.S. athletes will start this weekend in the Ruka Triple to open the FIS Cross Country World Cup
On Friday, the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team wrapped their second camp this fall in Park City to prep for the upcoming season.
Olympian Sophie Caldwell (Peru, VT) opened the three-day Toppidrettsveka roller ski stage race, finishing fifth in a classic sprint. Noah Hoffman and Stephen finishing third in the uphill running race.
The U.S. Cross Country Ski Team will kickoff its 2015-16 season on wheels. Eight members of the team are training in Norway in anticipation of this weekend’s three-day Toppidrettsveka roller ski competition, which will feature a World Cup-caliber field.
Catilin Gregg and Noah Hoffman took the U.S. National 30k / 50k titles today near Ketchum, Idaho.
With temperatures warming towards spring and snowpack lower than average this year, the time will be tight to sneak in the SuperTour Finals and Spring Series events scheduled in Sun Valley, ID.
Liz Stephen led a best-ever U.S. women's long distance finish finishing ninth and leading three Americans into the top 19.
USSA columnist Tom Kelly takes a look at Jesse Diggins and Caitlin Gregg winning World Championships medals in Falun in this week's Behind the Gold.
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After Caitlin Gregg’s historic bronze medal at the 2015 World Championships in Falun, Sweden affirmed years of national level racing and an ambitious racing plan, Gregg finally made her official debut on the U.S. Ski Team during the 2015-16 season. Gregg snatched a spot in the top 20 in a 15k freestyle race in Davos, Switzerland and completed the grueling seven-stage 2016 Tour de Ski. After the Tour, Gregg re-evaluated her racing plan and headed back to the U.S. for rest so she could return strong for the Ski Tour Canada. Resting paid off, as she claimed 19th in a 10k freestyle race in Canmore, Alberta.
OFF THE SNOW
11th, 4x5k Relay, Vancouver, CAN 2010
3rd, 10k FS, Falun, SWE, 2015
Stage World Cup