Podcast: The history of American slalom with Tom Kelly (and meet the next generation)

We're back with a history lesson from Tom Kelly, as well as with the 2020-21 U.S. Slalom team for a rapid fire session.

Podcast: The deal with high-fluoro

Todd Carroll joins the show to chat all things fluoro and provide perspective on the hot topic.

Podcast: Catching up with Olympic Medalist Victor Muffat-Jeandet

Jimmy Krupka covers gaming, ski racing, and the Matthieu Faivre Olympic Team scandal with the French skier.

Podcast: Defending World Champ Ilka Stuhec and workout tips from Mike Bing

Health of sport, a conversation with Ilka Stuhec, and quarantine workout tips from Mike Bingaman.

Podcast: The ski racers of WWII with Chris Anthony

We visit ski racing history once again with rich tales of the first ski race post-WWII from Chris Anthony, former ski racer and Warren Miller extreme skier.

Podcast: Norwegian star Lucas Braathen and a guide to ski racer back pains

Tune in to the latest episode of Ski Racing this Week.

Podcast: Ski Racing this Week talks college racing with Edie Thys Morgan

Other guests include Paralympic team member, Conor Hogan, and a recurring guest from Long Island.

Podcast: Being injured during a lockdown and Cindy Berlack on Master’s and Brass Foundation

Jimmy Krupka catches up with injured athletes and Cindy Berlack on the latest episode of Ski Racing this Week.

Podcast: Italy’s Alex Vinatzer and the history of American slalom

The young Italian slalom star gives us updates on the coronavirus situation in Italy, and Tom Kelly gives us a ski racing history lesson.

Podcast: Anything but COVID-19 (after we talk to Tiger Shaw)

Jimmy Krupka gets an update from the U.S. Ski Team President on how the team has been dealing with the virus.
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