Joe Discoe is known for having some of the most dynamic turns in the business. After his first World Cup podium last season, all of his hard work is proving successful. (Mark Epstein/U.S. Freestyle)
Hannah Kearney retook her spot at the top of the World Cup moguls standings Sunday with a win at the Inawashiro dual moguls competition.
Patrick Deneen skied to third place, his first FIS World Cup podium of the Olympic season, on a steep and icy Calgary moguls course Saturday, while World Cup Champion Hannah Kearney earned a second-place finish.
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Joe Discoe won his third U.S. title Saturday in the dizzying dual moguls competition at the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships at Heavenly.
Bradley Wilson scored his first World Cup win leading a parade of career bests by U.S. Freestyle Ski Team athletes in Japan.
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Joe Discoe is known for having some of the most dynamic turns in the business. A determined and passionate athlete, Discoe loves the adrenaline and speed of the sport, enough for him to be one of the most dedicated athletes out there.
With four NorAm top 10 finishes, he was on a steady rise to success after the 2009 season, which culminated with his third-place finish at U.S. Championships. In 2010 Discoe continued his World Cup career in style with three top 15 finishes at the end of the season. The following year he notched a career-high sixth-place World Cup finish alongside four other top 15 results. He was also back on the U.S. Champs podium with a gold medal in dual moguls.
The 2012 season saw Discoe continue building on his World Cup resume with three seventh-place finishes, helping him to tie his career-high 15th place ranking in the World Cup moguls standings.
The next year all of Discoe’s hard work culminated when he earned a third-place finish at the Inawashiro, Japan World Cup. Cap that off with a gold medal in dual moguls at U.S. Championships, and the 2013 season was one for Discoe to remember.
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