Americans have strong showing at Birds of Prey super-G at Beaver Creek

5th December, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — During its only World Cup stop on American soil, the U.S. Ski Team displayed one of its most impressive Birds of Prey super-G performances in recent memory on Saturday at Beaver Creek.With snow falling most of the day and slowing the racecourse, the Americans worked together on their home turf and landed five members in the World Cup points. Travis Ganong laid down the sixth-fastest time of the day with the No. 2 bib. Thomas Biesemeyer, who wore the No. 42 bib, skied his way to 11th place and Tommy Ford jumped from the 58th start to …

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