Robby Kelley closed out the U.S. championships with a win in the giant slalom as temperatures soared into the mid-60s.
The 21-year-old Kelley finished in a combined time of 2 minutes, 15.03 seconds on Sunday to beat Espen Lysdahl and Leif Kristian Haugen, who are both from Norway. Defending champion Tommy Ford finished a distant 22nd, more than four seconds behind Kelley.
Kelley comes from impressive ski lineage. His mom, Lindy, was a 1976 Olympian while his cousin, Ryan Cochran-Siegle, is the junior world downhill and combined champion. Another cousin, Jimmy Cochran, just announced his retirement from the U.S. ski team.
After seeing No. 1 flash on the scoreboard after his run, Kelley said: "I couldn't really control my emotions. I started fist pumping, just an awesome feeling."