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After a tough workout Zach refuels with chocolate milk in the U.S Men’s Hockey Team Camp locker room.
Zach Parise fits in a workout off the ice during the U.S Men’s Hockey Team Camp.
U.S. players celebrate a goal with their teammates at the bench.
Zach Parise looks out at his playing field, visualizing a win on the ice, from the team bench.
After a tough workout Zach refuels with low fat chocolate milk in the U.S Men’s Hockey Team Camp locker room.
Zach Parise battles along the boards for a puck.
Fans at the U.S Men’s National Team Camp wait to see the USA jerseys unveiled
Zach Parise celebrates a goal scored against Canada on February 21, 2010.
Alissa Johnson right after take-off. Alissa is soaring down the 90-meter jump during competition. Photo by Dan Campbell
The girls make every moment training together count. Teammates Nina Lussi and Abby Hughes warm-up on stationary bikes before a hard gym work-out at their training facility.
Women’s Ski Jumping USA celebrates Sarah Hendrickson’s win. The U.S. has won two of the only three events ever held for women ski jumpers: 2009 for Lindsey Van and 2013 for Sarah Hendrickson.
Women’s Ski Jumping USA is a dedicated team that practices year round. The lack of snow doesn't keep the team from doing what they love.
Alissa Johnson grabs a lowfat chocolate milk to refuel after a tough day of jumping practice.
After every gym work out, Nina Lussi downs chocolate milk to help her recover and be ready for the next day’s jump training session.
Jessica Jerome is a veteran team member. She is a pioneer in ski jumping. She has superb flight technique as seen during this training session in Park City, Utah on the 90-meter hill.
Lindsey Van demonstrates her power and flight position. Lindsey’s strength is her power and flight position seen here during training in Park City, Utah. Photo by Dan Campbell
Abby Hughes soars towards success. Abby, in flight position. Photo by Dan Campbell
Alissa Johnson takes flight. Alissa, in her signature flight position. Photo by Dan Campbell.
Jessica Jerome is showing off the “V-Shape” flight position. Jessica’s “V-Shape” is the classic flight position of a ski jumper. Photo by Dan Campbell
Ski jumper Nina Lussi hails from the town of Lake Placid, Nina recently moved to Park City, Utah to live and train full time with her teammates. After every gym work out, she downs chocolate milk to help her recover and be ready for the next day’s jump training session.
Jessica Jerome, a 10-time National Champion. In 2002, at age 14, Jessica became the first and only girl to ever score points in a men’s international ski jumping competition.
Lindsey Van, a leader on and off the ice. In 2009, Lindsey became the first World Champion in women’s ski jumping.
Nina Lussi, 19 Nina made her circuit debut in 2012 and at 5 feet 10 inches, she's officially the tallest woman ski jumper on the circuit.
Sarah Hendrickson, 19 The reigning World Champion