"We’re all champions, and to be on this team and finish my career with this team; I have the most pride ever." - 6 Time Olympian Todd Lodwick
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Billy Demong pulled out the strongest finish for Team USA in 24th after jumping into 31st, Bryan Fletcher finished behind Demong in 26th.
Todd Lodwick made history this last weekend by being the first U.S. athlete to be nominated to six olympic teams.
Bryan Fletcher moved up the pack in Nordic Combined, while Mick Dierdorff brought the heat to the Snowboardcross World Cup season opener.
The U.S. Nordic Combined Team has moved from 12th to seventh place after the cross country event.
At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver he won the gold medal in the Individual Gunderson event and the silver medal in the team event.
Billy Demong held off the hard charging Fletcher brothers, Taylor and Bryan, who took silver and bronze.
From Antarctica to Iran to New Zealand, Billy Kidd has literally skied the world. With his vast experience, he is uniquely positioned to consider what the next 50 years of skiing might bring. He also asks his friends in the ski industry to weigh in.