Simi Hamilton competes in the Gatineau stage at 2016 Ski Tour Canada, taking third - his second podium of the season. (Reese Brown)
Noah Hoffman and Jessie Diggins swept to titles in the 42k Merino Muster near Wanaka, New Zealand.
After a productive first week training in Bend, Oregon, the athletes took a break to run around with some of the speediest youngsters in the area on Sunday. The women hosted a Fast and Female event, while the guys hosted ‘Speed Camp.’
Ski Tour Canada continued with the third event Friday as Sadie Bjornsen and Simi Hamilton both finished eighth to led the U.S. Team in the 1.5/1.7k freestyle sprint.
Simi Hamilton (Aspen, CO) and Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) led the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team in the opening races of the Ski Tour Canada in Gatineau on Tuesday, with both finishing third.
Jessie Diggins grabbed her fourth podium performance of the season to lead the U.S. at the 1.6k freestyle sprint at the Lahti Ski Games.
Jessie Diggins led the U.S. team for the second day, finishing fourth in a FIS World Cup 10k freestyle mass start on Sunday.
Sophie Caldwell led the U.S. team in 11th Thursday in a FIS World Cup 1.2k classic sprint around the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
Simi Hamilton (Aspen, CO) led the U.S. team finishing 11th in Wednesday’s FIS World Cup 1.2k classic sprints in Drammen.
The U.S. women’s team skied to a second place finish in the FIS World Cup 4x5k relay on Sunday, the best ever U.S. women’s relay finish.
Sophie Caldwell (Peru, VT) and Ida Sargent (Orleans, VT) led the U.S. with a fifth-place finish in the World Cup 1.2k freestyle team sprints on Sunday.
Sophie Caldwell (Peru, VT) led the U.S. team in the 1.2k freestyle sprints at the FIS Cross Country World Cup, finishing 13th, as Simi Hamilton (Aspen, CO) led the men’s team in 18th.
January 1st marks the 10th anniversary of the Viessmann FIS Tour de Ski - a nine-day seven-stage event in three different countries.
Simi Hamilton led the U.S. Cross Country Team to a historic podium in the 1.3k freestyle sprint Satuday in Toblach, Italy.
A dozen U.S. athletes will start this weekend in the Ruka Triple to open the FIS Cross Country World Cup
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As a young athlete from Aspen, CO, Simi Hamilton had his pick of mountain sports to pursue. An accomplished mountain biker, white water paddler, climber and ski mountaineer, Hamilton gained fitness from a wealth of activity that he put into skiing. The three-time NCAA All-American was working as an EXUM guide, leading clients up the Grand Teton when he made his move to elite racing in 2010. With two Olympics, three World Championship teams and a very notable World Cup stage win during the 2014 Lenzerheide Tour de Ski stage, as well as two podiums in the 2015-16 season, Hamilton is among the top cross country sprinters in the world, but remains on the hunt for consistency in his results. He prepares for upcoming seasons with the SMS/T2 program in Stratton, VT.
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6th, Team Sprint CL, Sochi, RUS, 2014
7th, Team Sprint, Falun, SWE, 2015
10th, Overall in World Cup Sprint Standings, 2015-16
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