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Pepi Gramshammer: The Heartbeat of Vail 1932-2019

By John Dakin – Vice President, Communications Colorado Snowsports Museum and Hall of Fame

Gramshammer may have been born and raised in Austria, but Vail was home, and his legacy within the ski racing community extends well beyond Vail's city limits.

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Two Lifts to Help You Train Like an Olympian This Summer

By Sean Higgins – Senior Editor

Ski racers can learn a lot from Olympic lifters.

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Tips and Tales: The Return of Paula Moltzan

By Sean Higgins – Senior Editor

Rising World Cup star talks NCAA racing, having a support system on the World Cup, and her return to the U.S. Ski Team.

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On the Way Up: Toby Scarpella Has Speed on Two Wheels and Two Skis

By Caitlin Blinkhorn – Editorial Intern

This Durango, Colorado, native is a multi-sport talent.

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There Must Be Something in the Water

By Edie Thys Morgan – Contributor

What’s behind Lake Tahoe’s embarrassment of ski racing riches?

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Untapped and Underappreciated: U.S. Ski Team Alumni

By Mackenzie Moran – Staff Writer

The treatment of alumni and exiting athletes point to gaps that U.S. Ski & Snowboard must fill if they wish to see team culture shift.

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The Top Four Core Exercises for Ski Racers

By Michael Bingaman – Contributor

When it comes to your core, simple exercises done perfectly are a real challenge.

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Tips and Tales: Canada’s Simon Fournier and Sam Mulligan

By Sean Higgins – Senior Editor

Canadian duo talks dedication to fitness, World Cup firsts, and a straddle controversy.

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How to Persist Through Disappointment

By Julie Glusker – Director of Athlete Career & Education (ACE) at U.S. Ski & Snowboard

Although ski racing is a sport of heartbreak, you can learn some of life's greatest lessons through those disappointments.

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Coach’s Corner: The Leap of Faith in Becoming a Coach

By Monica Huebner – Contributor

Contributing writer Monica Huebner chronicles the path to becoming a coach in Germany.

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