The eastern region has multiple east coast and international academy options that offer full-time student status and winter term options.
In this second episode of World Cup Athletes of the NCAA, we follow around AJ Ginnis, a long time competitor on the White Circus and a new addition to the Dartmouth Ski Team.
Felix McGrath and Diann Roffe return to their Vermont Roots with a strong mission.
When it comes to collegiate alpine ski racing, NCAA Division I is not the only game in town. Find the right USCSA college to match your academic and ski racing goals.
The annual event, held for the first time in Snowmass, is expected to draw as many as 1,000 racers, aged five to 100, who will descend on the Colorado resort from places as far as Florida and Alaska.
Winter4Kids hosts a successful parallel NorAm in the U.S. for the first-time. Peterson and Seymour take the prize.
As an effort to bring ski racing to a wider audience, Winter4Kids is bringing the NorAm cup to Jersey for the first time in history.
Take a deep dive into the world of USCSA racing with an update on this season's competitions and options available to racers.
The U.S. Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association is a more than viable option for any young athlete who wishes to keep ski racing a part of their lives during their college careers. Take it from an alumnus, like me.
She got her start in Nastar at the age of six. Now, the 18-year-old U.S. development team member has her sights set on reaching the top of the sport.
Eva Twardokens gets a boost from the safety net of the outdoor sports community.
With local clubs, teams, and academies backing them, the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation plans to bring 30 plus acres of athlete training facilities to the community and beyond.
New York and Vermont U-14s team up for low-tech, high-energy training.
Female coaches in ski racing may be few and far in between, but the women on the mountain doing the work are making a big impact on the sport through hard work and dedication to their athletes.
How college skiers get their snow days, and how the skiing community helps.
How one young skier earned his turns this summer.
Vermont teenager and World Junior medalist looks to make his mark on ski racing's biggest stage.
Gramshammer may have been born and raised in Austria, but Vail was home, and his legacy within the ski racing community extends well beyond Vail's city limits.
Top ski brands will be in California and Oregon to help with your needs this summer.
If you or your athlete is looking for an academy with full-time and/or a winter term option, look no further.
After a successful recent showing on the international stage, Benjamin Ritchie and Kyle Negomir are two U.S. Junior athlete's working to propel themselves and their team to success on the world stage.
After the conclusion of the final giant slalom series in Vermont, American's Nicholas Krause and Nina O'Brien walked away victorious as leaders in the NorAm giant slalom standings.
Dan Leever's Facebook post on March 15 sparked discussion in the ski community; U.S. Ski & Snowboard CEO, Tiger Shaw, responds.
It's time to get your mind into gear.