Embracing failure is critical for all athletes, but especially for ski racers. Everything about ski racing is tough.
Consistency is particularly hard during the long and exhausting season. Travel, cold weather, intense training, a lot of races, and having to balance school, friends, and ski racing can just plain wear you down.
Let me begin with a question: What does the COVID-19 crisis have in common with a ski race?
College programs operate with solid financial resources and typically excellent facilities, staff and support systems, thanks to the presence of collegiate funding. For the NGB, this is an opportunity to broaden the developmental base.
What should you do the day before a race? Should you rest completely? Take the day off? Ski a couple runs? Full length...
Richard Rokos riffs on how to maximize the potential of dual format
A strong team dynamic teaches everything from respect, to pushing limits, to never giving up - all skills that correlate to physical success.
Hanging up the race skis is an inevitable point in any skiing career.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles Ski Racing Media will publish on the rising cost of alpine ski racing and the lack of fundamental skill development in the U.S.
This Valentine's Day, an ex-ski racer gives his long-lost love one more chance, in the name of beer and victory.
We humans don’t like disruptions in our lives. We like to feel safe, secure, and comfortable. That’s not necessarily a bad thing; in fact,...