WVBBTS, home of Waterville Valley Academy, is excited to announce the addition of three new coaching hires. Meaghan Costello, Justin Sperry, and...
In one of my final post this past season, I exhorted you to buy into the notion that Next Season Starts…NOW! With...
Articles that have come out surrounding this issue all have one thing in common: they have some serious truths. However, I think...
In a conference call meeting today, the FIS Council confirmed that the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina, Italy will take place as originally scheduled from February 9-21, 2021.
The Austrian and German ski associations have communicated their readiness in staging the planned FIS World Cup events in the coming winter season.
The outpouring of emotion and passion from the heart of young athletes is awesome. I encourage more young athletes to speak out about their experiences.
Ski racing has lost another good one. In the hills of Vermont, long-time Ski Racing contributor Bill McCollom passed away unexpectedly on June 28 from a heart condition.
Charles Christianson's life experience is a story of persistence, adaptation, and improbable achievement. A four-time All American and retired World Cup athlete, he is currently chief of staff at Alterra Mountain Company and a member of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Foundation's Board of Trustees.
The day I joined the National Training Group was the day I began to question my love for ski racing. My entire...
This in no way represents the US Ski Team's position, this is my opinion and my personal experience from years of competing...
AP News reports that the women's World Cup team will return home to quarantine.
Mikaela Shiffrin shares an inside look at her first time back on snow at Copper Mountain in early June.
Gould Academy is pleased to welcome Alex Norden as the new head women’s alpine coach for the school’s competitive On Snow program.
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.
In response to Ski Racing Media's story on the NCAA, 12 women who are currently competing or have competed on the NCAA circuit gathered to respond.
Listen and learn about Otto's most memorable race, how he pioneered racing equipment and what life was like on the World Pro Ski Tour in the '70s.
"I had new reasons to be excited," said Moltzan. "After five years of paying to be a member of the U.S. Ski Team, I had become a scholarship athlete, and in addition to having someone paying for my ski racing, they would pay for my education."
FIS Alpine takes a behind the scenes looks at Haugen's come-up on the World Cup circuit.
The United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) held its annual Summer Conference on Saturday June 13, with over 30 coaches, athletes, coordinators and board members connecting to review the 2019-20 season and discuss plans for 2020-21.
Strengthening and supporting our college programs benefit the development of our national teams. Or so one would think.
SYNC Performance, the ski apparel and race equipment company based in Vail, Colo., recently launched its second-annual $50,000 grant program to help...
If you’re at all committed as a ski racer, with the past winter well behind us, you have begun a rigorous physical conditioning program the goal of which is to have you in the best shape of your life when the new season starts later this year.
Progress on the new T-bar on the Inverness Trail at Sugarbush Resort continues unabated through the pandemic.
The purpose of this article is to present my view on how to become a better ski racer. My approach is not complicated: If athletes read more books they will become better ski racers.