It was an exciting opening weekend for the EISA NCAA skiers. Not only was it the opening carnival of the 2020 season, but it was the first ever Harvard Carnival held at Waterville Valley and streamed live on ESPN+.
Just two days after the first NCAA series, the RMISA skiers were back at it again in Eldora in Nederland, Colo., for the University of Colorado Invitational and RMISA Qualifier series.
Veteran World Pro Ski Tour racer and former U.S. Ski Team member, Michael Ankeny, took […]
It was the third such victory and fifth podium for the Swiss racer at the classic venue on home snow.
Goode, 64, died Wednesday while taking part in one of his many passions, piloting his airplane.
Five years ago, two promising young U.S. Ski Team athletes were killed in an avalanche, not fully realizing the dangers they faced skiing off piste.
SRM looks forward to having full transparency with the release of these interviews.
In the night slalom at Flachau, Petra Vlhova won her second World Cup slalom race […]
Corinne Suter of Switzerland built steadily on her breakout season last winter to claim her career-first World Cup win in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Austria.
The series started off at Burke Mountain with a make-up GS race from Nakiska, then, jumped over to Stowe Mountain Resort for two days of scheduled giant slalom.
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