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Jessie Diggins: American Cross-Country Skier, Olympic Gold Medalist Talks About Her Success Story

Jessica Diggins is an American cross-country skier. She and teammate Kikkan Randall won the United States’ first ever cross-country skiing gold medal at the Winter Olympics in the team sprint in 2018. At the 2022 Winter Olympics, she won the silver medal in the 30 kilometer freestyle and the bronze medal in the individual sprint, making her the most decorated American cross-country skier of all-time. She also won four medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships from 2013 to 2017. In 2021, Diggins clinched the top spot in the women’s overall standings for the 2020–21 FIS Cross-Country World Cup, becoming the first American to do so.
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Jessie Diggins gets bronze medal in final World Cup race of the season

Jessie Diggins earned a bronze medal Saturday in the final World Cup individual race of the season, taking third in a 10-kilometer freestyle in Falun, Sweden. The cross-country skier from Afton finished second in the women's overall standings, 180 points behind overall champion Natalia Nepryaeva of Russia. Diggins concluded the...
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Jessie Diggins Explains the Emotional Finish Behind Her Historic Silver Medal

"No rest for the weary" is a good way to sum up Jessie Diggins's life right now. Fresh off the 2022 Olympics (and her second and third Olympic medals), the most-decorated cross-country skier in US history is already preparing for her next competition in Lahti, Finland. "We have another month of racing starting with this weekend," Diggins told POPSUGAR in a Team Toyota interview this week. "The whirlwind keeps on going."
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A rested Jessie Diggins returning to competition, less than a week after Olympics

After six tough races at the Beijing Olympics, Jessie Diggins had earned a break. But the World Cup calendar didn't leave her much time to take one. Diggins will jump right back into cross-country racing this weekend at a World Cup event in Lahti, Finland, just six days after concluding a historic performance at the Winter Games. The Afton skier plans to compete in a freestyle sprint Saturday and a 10-kilometer classic Sunday. She currently is in third place in the World Cup overall standings and third in the sprint standings.
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Jessie Diggins Proves You, Too, Can Do Hard Things

The headline of Jessie Diggins’ blog post of January 13 was “You Can Do Hard Things.” It’s a fascinating and lengthy account of her days leading up to the Olympics, where she won her second and third Olympic medals in cross-country skiing. Here’s how she describes...
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Jessie Diggins wins Team USA’s final Olympic medal

STRATTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Team USA is ending the Beijing Olympics on a high note thanks to a historic performance from cross-country skier Jessie Diggins. The Stratton Mountain School trainee won silver in the 30-km freestyle cross-country event. She is now the first non-European to medal in the 30-km freestyle,...
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