Bingaman: How to nail your pre-race dryland routine

By Michael Bingaman - Contributor

What should you do the day before a race? Should you rest completely? Take the […]

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Kelly: Could the Olympics really return to Salt Lake City and Utah?

By Tom Kelly - Contributor

Last week, Salt Lake City and the State of Utah took a notable next step to bringing back the Olympics, naming the Salt Lake City-Utah Committee for the Games.

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Davis: Beer league made me love ski racing again

By Connor W. Davis - Contributor

This Valentine's Day, an ex-ski racer gives his long-lost love one more chance, in the name of beer and victory.

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Lewis: Making failure your friend

By Doug Lewis - ELITEAM Conditioning Camps Founder, U.S. Ski Team Alumnus and World Championship Medalist

Embracing failure is critical for all athletes, but especially for ski racers. Everything about ski racing is tough.

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Fall Line: Lessons from Jeff Shiffrin: Be nice. Think first. Have fun.

By Dan Leever - Chairman

Ski Racing Media Chairman Dan Leever reflects on the loss of his friend, Jeff Shiffrin.

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Bingaman: Pre-skiing warm-up strategies

By Michael Bingaman - Contributor

A large majority of our lives are run on habits. The habits we form, whether […]

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Davis: Why can’t ski racers make money?

By Connor W. Davis - Contributor

In a sport fueled by wealth, why do so few athletes a return?

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Taylor: Please Stop Looking at Live-Timing

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

Let me preface my comments with an apology to the owners of Live-Timing.

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Lewis: Let’s Talk Race Routine

By Doug Lewis - ELITEAM Conditioning Camps Founder, U.S. Ski Team Alumnus and World Championship Medalist

Former World Cup athlete Doug Lewis talks us through the dos and don'ts of a good race day routine and reflects on his own experience prior to Kitzbuhel.

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Taylor: Celebrate the Second Page, Not the Podium

By Jim Taylor - Contributor

A tribute to those who continue to pursue their dreams, however impossible they may be, with the same vigor as the winners, but without the immediate and manifest rewards and without the “carrot” of long-term success.

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