"It’s just a matter of having fun and letting my body do what it already knows how to do; race as hard as possible!"
4 Things You Didn't Know About Sadie Bjornsen
- 1. Sadie started as an alpine skier and eventually switched to cross country skiing when she got frustrated with “getting cold riding up the chairlift.”
- 2. She was the top U.S. finisher in a 10k classic individual start at the 2019 World Ski Championships in Seefeld, Austria.
- 3. Sadie is scared of the dark, which is why she lives in Alaska (only in the summer!).
- 4. Sadie is among only a handful of Americans to win a World Championships medal.
Ladies' Classic Team Sprint Final - 2019 Seefeld World Champs
Sadie Bjornsen Podiums in Stage 2 - 10km Classic - Tour de Ski 2018
Sadie Bjornsen Podiums in Season Opener Sprint - Ruka 2017
Sadie Bjornsen Highlights - Season Opener Sprint - Ruka 2017
Lahti Nordic World Champs 2017 Recap
U.S. Ski Team Takes Historic Classic Team Sprint Medal - Lahti 2017
Sadie's Favorite Gear!
Dress like Sadie with this new U.S. Ski & Snowboard Gear!