For over a decade, One Way has been the choice of top Nordic athletes from around the world. One Way is pleased to work with US Ski Team athletes Jessie Diggins and Liz Stephens as well as members of the US Biathlon team; Tim Burke, Lowell Bailey, Susan Dunklee and many others. One Way has the complete offering of products to help every level of skier perform at their best.
U.S. Ski Team Athletes
Jessie Diggins – Originally from Afton, Minnesota, in 2011 Jessie stormed into the competitive ranks and swept the Four Marriot Junior Championships, winning her first U.S. title and skiing in her first World Championships. She swept all four titles at the U.S. Championships in 2012 and then scored in eight straight World Cup events all during her first full season on the circuit. In 2013 Jessie teamed up with Kikkan Randall to win the first-ever World Championships gold medal in the team spring as well as the first ever victory in a World Cup team sprint.
Torin Koos – Originally from Leavenworth, Washington, Torin has been in competition since his first World Cup in 2001 which he finished 12th to qualify for the first of three World Championship teams. Since then Torin has participated in the last three Olympics. He has been the first U.S. Ski Team racer to fully commit to sprinting.
U.S. Biathlon Athletes
Tim Burke – Originally from Paul Smiths, New York, Tim began competing in biathlon at 13. He has become a two-time winter Olympian, competing in the 2006 and 2010 games. In the 2013 World Championships he won the silver medal in the 20 km Individual competition, the second American man ever to win a World Championship medal. Tim has also competed on the World Cup tour for the past ten years and during this time has accumulated multiple podium finishes and numerous top ten’s.
Lowell Bailey – Originally from Lake Placid, New York, Lowell had his first race in 2003 for the Senior World Championships. He qualified for the Olympic team in both 2006 and 2010. Lowell had a breakout season in the winter of 2011-12, in which he had two World Cup top-five performances and finished with a world ranking of 14th on the season. In the 2012-2013 season he placed 28th overall with three top-ten finishes during the season.
Annelies Cook – Originally from Saranac Lake, New York, Annelies spent four years out of high school racing for the Maine Winter Sports Center. She moved out west and studied at the University of Utah. After she graduated Annelies moved back to the Lake Placid region and rejoined the Biathlon community. She joined the National Team in 2009 and raced in her first World Cup in the 2010-2011 season. Annelies looks forward to making her first Olympic Biathlon team this winter.
Russell Currier – Originally from Stockholm, Maine, Russell began his career in Biathlon at age 14. He has competed in multiple competitions such as the North American Championships, U.S. Championships and the World Cup while placing in the top ten numerous times. Russell looks forward to qualifying for this winter’s upcoming Olympics.
Sara Studebaker – Originally from Boise, Idaho, Sara became a member of the US Biathlon Team in 2007. She made her first Olympic team in 2010 and placed a season’s best 34th in the Individual race. In the 2011-2012 season Sara had another top finish in 15th place for the World Cup Sprint in Kontiolahti, Finland. She has been a member of the US World Championship Team for the past three years, and as one of the top US women, will again compete on the World Cup circuit in 2013-2014. Sara looks forward to qualifying for this years Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
Leif Nordgren – Originally from St. Croix, Minnesota, Leif made his international debut in the Junior World Championships in 2007 in Martell, Italy. He has competed in numerous World Cup Circuits and North American Championships with top ranking finishes. Leif looks forward to qualifying for the Olympic team this season to participate in the games in Sochi, Russia.
Hannah Dreisigacker – Originally from Craftsbury, Vermont, Hannah has participated since 2002 in international FIS race in cross-country skiing. Her first biathlon race was at the Biathlon World Championships in 2010 in Estonia. She is part of the Craftsbury Green Racing Project, an elite ski team based in Craftsbury, Vermont. Hannah looks forward to qualifying for the Olympic Biathlon team this season to compete in the 2014 Winter Games.
Susan Dunklee – Originally from Barton, Vermont, Susan began competing as an American biathlete in 2008. She earned a spot on the US World Cup team in 2011 and had her first big win by placing 5th at the 2012 World Championships. Susan currently competes for the Craftsbury Green Racing Project as well and is looking forward to qualifying for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.