Jaelin Kauf landed her first career World Cup podium in just her fourth World Cup start. (Steve Earl)
Jaelin Kauf won her first World Cup with teammate Olivia Giaccio joining her on the podium in third.
The FIS Freestyle World Cup closed out its stop in PyeongChang with an intense moguls competition under the lights where Jaelin Kauf and Troy Murphy placed fifth
Jaelin Kauf scored her second career podium at the Visa Freestyle International.
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour stops at the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary this weekend
Keaton McCargo lead the charge for the U.S. in Ruka with a third place finish.
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour will kick off on Dec. 10 in the winter wonderland of Ruka, Finland.
The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup is back in action this weekend with moguls and dual moguls in Tazawako, Japan.
Nessa Dziemian (East Hampstead, NH) was the top U.S. finisher in sixth as the Canadians took five of the six podium spots in in Val St. Come.
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Jaelin Kauf has been making her way up the ranks in mogul skiing since her first FIS competitions in 2010. She won her first NorAm event in 2015 and, after winning U.S. Selections ahead of the 2016 season, Kauf moved up to the World Cup circuit. She did well in her first two World Cups, finishing in the top 20. Her break through came on home soil at Deer Valley Resort. After finishing sixth in the moguls competition, Kauf came out and captured her first career podium, a third place finish in dual moguls. It was only her fourth World Cup start. She closed out the 2016 season with a World Cup Rookie of the Year title and a silver medal at U.S. Championships. Her performances landed her a spot on the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team for 2016-17.
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