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Is live timing good for parents (and racers)?

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

Live Timing can be useful, but like most technologies, has its downsides.

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How media use hurts ski racers

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

Having cell phones on the hill could be hurting your training.

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Are timed runs in training good for ski racers?

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

My answer, as with most complex questions, is “It depends.”

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4 keys to consistently fast skiing

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

These concepts can help you ski fast time and time again.

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10 laws for optimizing your training

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

How you use your training time may very well determine how fast you ski and whether you achieve your ski racing goals this winter.

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Behind the gold: Julie Parisien’s win at Waterville Valley

By Tom Kelly - Contributor

A quarter century ago, a 19-year-old Maine native made history at Waterville Valley, NH.

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5 ways to get coaches and parents on the same side

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

Both parties can work together to help athletes be successful

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Teaching children to embrace adversity in ski racing

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

Parents can help their kids get some perspective on failure.

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Set healthy expectations for your children’s ski racing

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

There's a big difference between unhealthy expectations and outcome-focused goals.

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Use fall training to focus on precision

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

This summer, you painted broad stokes. Now, it's time to focus on the details.

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