Skiers, including Jessie Diggins, adjust to using wax without PFAS

By Erin Hassanzadeh | CBS News | February 20, 2024

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"This weekend Minneapolis will host the first World Cup cross country ski race on U.S. soil in more than 20 years. 

While snowy weather finally showed up, changing and unpredictable winters aren't just inconvenient, they're an existential threat to the sport itself. 

That's pushing some of the sport's leading voices to call for action to protect not just the environment but the sport itself.

When Olympic gold medalist Jessie Diggins pushed for the world's best to descend on Minneapolis for a world cup race, this warm winter wasn't the scene she had in mind. But thankfully, snow arrived just in the nick of time."