Twenty years ago, Picabo Street surprised herself by winning the super-G in the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan. These days, she is living in Park City, Utah, raising a family and staying involved in the sport through her academy.

In this episode of The Inside Line, Gabbi Hall relives Street’s experience in Japan as well as gets her perspective on racing in Asia and the cost of the sport for junior athletes. The Sun Valley native openly shares insights into what life on the road was like, and what she believe makes Lindsey Vonn so special.

And, of course, the host breaks down some of the latest news in women’s ski racing.

The Inside Line is a co-production of WiSP Sports and Ski Racing Media and sponsored by Team Ski Safe. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunesStitcherPodBean and just about anywhere else you listen to podcasts. Just search ‘WiSP Sports Radio.’

Olympic Channel Video – Aanchal Thakur
Asia Aims to Become the Next Hotbed for Ski Racing
Super Jules Hangs Up Her Cape
Vlhova Victorious in Lenzerheide Slalom as Shiffrin Stumbles
Rebensburg Overtakes Shiffrin in the GS Standings
Vonn Continues 15-Year Trend of Winning

Episode 7 w/ Lara Gut (SUI)
Episode 8
Episode 9 w/ Roni Remme (CAN)

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Gabbi Hall
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- A California native, Gabbi moved to Vermont to ski on the NCAA circuit for St. Michael’s College, where she served as team captain and studied journalism. Before joining Ski Racing, she worked as a broadcast TV producer and social media manager in higher education. She can be reached via email at
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