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Finding the Boot Whisperer

Every great ski racer relies on a professional fitter, and you should too.

Gold Medal Count as US Skiing Grows Up

Americans have won twice as many Olympic alpine gold medals in the second half of the sport's history.

Ted Ligety returns to snow in New Zealand

American legend makes first tuns in over six months in New Zealand.

Former US Ski Team staff member named Mikaela Shiffrin’s new coach

Ted Ligety's former coach will support the team's top slalom skier during this crucial World Championships year.

Who will represent the US Ski Team in 2016-17?

Household names like Lindsey Vonn and Ted Ligety headline the American team.

Veteran coaches take on new roles with the NSA

Martin Wilson and Nigel Cooper head north to Canada.

7 questions with Liechtenstein’s Tina Weirather

The World Cup winner talks injuries, family legacy and goals for next season.

Shiffrin chased by a bear to win Slovakian slalom

Shiffrin wins by more than two seconds, but Hansdotter still secures slalom globe.

Setting records: The story of Lindsey Vonn’s victory in Zauchensee

American skier wins her 36th World Cup downhill race.

Third time still a charm for Hirscher in Val d’Isere

Austrian claims 16th career GS victory as Americans struggle on La Face de Bellevarde.

How to watch World Cup racing once Universal Sports goes dark

Longtime TV broadcaster of alpine ski racing goes off-air on Nov. 16.

VIDEO: US Ski Team heli-skis the pow in New Zealand

Conditions in the southern hemisphere this year have been supreme.

What separated Bryce Astle from most others?

A father reflects on what enabled his son to find success in skiing and in life.

ANC titles awarded at Coronet Peak

Season finale proves exciting as Continental Cup racing concludes in Australia and New Zealand.

NASTAR Director Bill Madsen joins USSA

Long-time director to manage NASTAR’s operations alongside USSA’s events department.

Willy Booker named EVP of Dalbello US

Marker/Volkl taps experienced leadership to bring Dalbello boot brand into the fold.

Logan starts off season with World Cup victory

Devin Logan takes opening halfpipe win in New Zealand.

‘Pick’ returns to Western Region as development coach

Former SARS and U.S. Ski Team coach Jeff Pickering returns to Western Region staff.

Colby Lange captures national titles in 2 sports

Vail skier shows prowess on the slopes and on the bike.

How to Eat like a World Cup Star for a Week

What champions really eat for breakfast.

Weibrecht, Chodounsky sign with Briko

New helmets and goggles on the way for two of the U.S. Ski Team's very best.

Bill Gunesch named Western Region Development Director

Former Mt. Hood Ski Education Foundation Program Director joins USSA's alpine staff.

The Weirdest Dance Moves We’ve Seen in a While

Want to see exactly what U.S. Ski Team athletes do on a typical summer day at Westminster College?

USSA names new high performance director

Noted sport scientist Troy Taylor returns to work with U.S. Ski Team athletes.
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