Meet Our Team

Marina Knight


Park City, UT

[email protected]

A Vermont native, Marina grew up skiing on the slopes of the Green Mountains. After graduating from Williams College, where she skied on the NCAA circuit, Marina moved to Stowe, VT where she worked as a news reporter for the Stowe Reporter for 10 years and also covered two Olympic Games. She has also freelanced for publications such as the New York Times and Marina stepped into the role of editor at Ski Racing in November of 2018. She is an avid skier who lives with her two boys in Park City, Utah.

Claire Brown


Park City, Utah

[email protected]

A Minnesota native, Claire Brown grew up racing under the lights at Buck Hill before joining the University of Denver Pioneers where she earned NCAA All-American honors and helped her team win two National Championships. After graduating with a degree in finance and marketing, she relocated to Park City, Utah and now enters her eighth season at Ski Racing Media. Contact her for further information on partnerships, online advertising, mobile application, and sponsored content.

Sean Higgins

Senior Editor

Salt Lake City, Utah

[email protected]

A Lake Tahoe native and University of Vermont graduate, Sean Higgins was a member of the Catamounts' 2012 NCAA title winning squad and earned first team All-American honors in 2013. Prior to joining the staff at Ski Racing Media, he coached U14s for the Squaw Valley Ski Team. Contact him with leads or concerns on men’s alpine and domestic coverage as well as articles concerning U.S. Ski & Snowboard and juniors.

Roger Carry

Digital Content + Marketing Manager

Calgary, Canada

[email protected]

Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Roger raced all across the Canadian Rockies before attending the University of Colorado.  At CU he was a part of the 2015 national championships team, served as team captain in 2017, and graduated with a bachelors degree in marketing.  He currently resides in Calgary and serves as a Digital Content + Marketing Manager at Ski Racing Media.

Mackenzie Moran

Staff Writer

Salt Lake City, Utah

[email protected]

Born and raised in Metro-Detroit, Michigan, Mackenzie grew up ski racing all over the Mitten. When she moved out west in search of mountains, she attended the University of Oregon, where she achieved degrees in Journalism and Environmental Science. She raced USCSA and was captain of the UO Alpine Ski Team. She currently resides in Salt Lake City and serves as the Women's World Cup Staff Writer for Ski Racing Media.

Letters to the Editor

Have an opinion? Send us a letter. The wider the variety of ideas, the better our readers and the ski community at large are served. Letters should be no more than 400 words and should be submitted by email to the Editor.

The letters section on our website is a forum for readers to respond — good, bad, and ugly — to what they read on It’s a forum for tackling pressing issues, to object to or commend something we’ve reported, or to take us to task for failing to report on an issue of importance. Please include your name, address, and contact email or phone so we can verify that you wrote the letter. We keep contacts confidential.

Op-Ed Submissions

Longer opinion pieces (no more than 1,200 words) will be accepted and published at the discretion of the editors.
Questions? Call 435-901-7060. Email submissions to the Editor.

Please include the copy of your submission in the body of your email as well as attaching it as either a Google document, or in Word format. Please include your name, address, and contact email or phone so we can verify that you wrote the piece.

Photos loves your photos! We especially welcome photos from junior races and club/academy events and we will do our best to use them both on our website and on our social media feeds. Please make sure your photos are in landscape orientation, are in focus, and of high quality (1MB in file size or more). Attach your photos to an email and send them to Sean Higgins.

Please include your name, address, and contact email or phone so we can verify that you took the photograph(s).

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This