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Sara Studebaker at a 2013 World Cup biathlon race in Italy. GEPA/Daniel Goetzhaber

Two-time Olympian joins Seawolf coaching staff

Former World Cup biathlete Sara Studebaker named assistant Nordic coach at the University of Alaska Anchorage.

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The FIS men's giant slalom at Coronet Peak in 2013. Winter Games NZ

Winter Games NZ receives government support until 2017

The Audi quattro Winter Games NZ will continue to feature top international alpine, cross-country and free skiing as well as snowboarding athletes in 2015 and 2017.

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Whiteface Mountain, home of the 1980 Winter Olympics, will host the 2015 NCAA Championships alpine events.

RMISA schedule released for 2015 NCAA racing

Trips to New Mexico, Alaska and Lake Placid will challenge student-athletes to perform on the road.

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Eagle Glacier cross-country camps receive rave reviews

U.S. Ski Team athletes and top domestic talents finish training camps outside Anchorage, Alaska.

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Erik Bjornsen at the 2013 Nordic World Championships. GEPA/Philipp Brem

Athlete spotlight: Erik Bjornsen

With an older sister also on the U.S. Ski Team, Olympian Bjornsen has worked hard to carve out his own niche as a cross-country skier.

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Olympic gold medalists Ted Ligety, Kaitlyn Farrington and Maddie Bowman at the 2014 Partner Summit. USSA

Reflecting on Sochi at USSA Partner Summit 2014

With 17 medals at last season’s Olympic Winter Games, USSA’s marketing team had many highlights to review at the organization’s annual Partner Summit.

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World Anti-Doping Agency to create new management system

WADA hopes to implement a more user-friendly system for the anti-doping community in 2016.

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IOC confirms 3 finalist bid cities for 2022 Winter Olympics

Oslo, Almaty, and Beijing progress to the candidate city phase of bid to host Winter Olympic Games in 2022.

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Aldo Radamus gives then USSA President and CEO Bill Marolt a tour of Golden Peak. USSA/Tom Kelly

Thank you, Bill: The impact of leadership on US ski racing

How soon we forget the days when we measured alpine success by athletes scoring a few World Cup points.

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Nordic reflections on USST Rookie Camp

Ben Saxton and Paddy Caldwell are young for their team but felt comparatively old at the U.S. Ski Team Rookie Camp.

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