Originally a Floridian, Jessica Jerome made her name flying high above the slopes of snowy Park City. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski Team)
Sarah Hendrickson jumped to win her third World Cup of the season Friday in Trondheim, Norway.
USA placed sixth in the mixed gender debut in FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.
Sarah Hendrickson combined two string jumps to take a narrow win over Japan's Sara Takanashi to take gold in ski jumping at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Val di Fiemme
Sarah Hendrickson finished third in Ljubno the final event before next week's World Championships.
Sarah Hendrickson was second to lead five U.S. women into the top 13 in Slovenia.
Sarah Hendrickson, Jessica Jerome and Lindsey Van were top eight in two events Sunday in Japan.
Sarah Hendrickson was third in a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Sapporo.
Wind shortened a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Sapporo with Sarah Hendrickson seventh.
Four women and two men were named to a veteran team of athletes to compete in ski jumping af the FIS Nordic World Championships in Italy.
Sarah Hendrickson capped a strong weekend finishing second in Hinterzarten.
Sarah Hendrickson picked up her second win of the season in a FIS World Cup Ski Jumping event in Hinterzarten, Germany.
Sarah Hendrickson was 11th to lead the USA as the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping tour resumed in Schonach.
Lindsey Van was fourth to lead five Americans into the top 12 in Ramsau
FIS World Cup champion Sarah Hendrickson leads a talented 2012-13 ski jumping roster.
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A Park City transplant from Florida, Jessica Jerome wasted little time moving from sand to snow. Just two years after skiing for the first time, Jerome was on jump skis, and at 14 she was a Junior Olympic Champion. Since then, Jerome has emerged along the leading edge of the growing women’s ski jumping discipline.
Jerome finished ninth in the 2013 overall World Cup standings, scoring in nearly every event she took part in. She was also part of the U.S. World Ski Championships team that finished sixth in Val di Fiemme, Italy.
The now Utah-native Jerome has won six career U.S. titles and bagged 20 Continental Cup podiums, including her first win in 2010 at Rovaniemi, Finland. She also earned her first World Cup podium in 2012 with a third-place finish.
Part of a talented U.S. squad, Jerome sees 2014 and Sochi as an opportunity to make history and cap a successful competitive career.
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