“I am a firm believer that a kid from a small program can make it without breaking the bank,” says USST alum, ski parent and part-time coach Kyle Wieche. “It involves talent and hard work, but most importantly patience and confidence in doing your own program, your own way.”
Photos courtesy of Anna Sullivan/American Downhiller Among the ski camps restarting after last year’s COVID
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In contrast to last spring’s contentious atmosphere surrounding the relations between collegiate racing and U.S.
On March 18, U.S. Ski and Snowboard issued this brief update to help define its
COVID-19 turned the world upside down over the past year, but its effect was felt
When Richard Rokos officially steps down as CU’s head ski coach he does so as
Day 3 of the 2021 NCAA Championships was slalom day, or, what CU coach Richard
“Money.” That was the term many athletes used to describe the snow surface on Baron’s
It was a dreary, foggy afternoon when Katie Hensien prepared to take her first run
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Three of the Norway’s top competitors are not competing in the 2021 World Alpine Championships,
As ski races get canceled and postponed, states tighten restrictions on schools and sports, and
From the couch potato perspective, the show from Lech/Zürs was a win for ski racing.
In life, we often get our breaks by being in the right place at the
Editor's note: This second story in a two-part series focuses on what helped athletes make
Many factors go into each athlete’s development, especially in a sport like ski racing that has a mind-boggling array of uncontrollable elements. When they all come together it is a minor miracle.
Reading through the recent round of articles, letters and comments related to the friction between USSS and NCAA skiing, the phrase that keeps coming to mind is “Same team! Same team!”
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Training just got a lot more creative.
This year’s graduating seniors are getting a raw deal: No senior spring, no graduation (or
Felix McGrath and Diann Roffe return to their Vermont Roots with a strong mission.
Originally a response to mass shootings, Stop the Bleed has been embraced by the ski world, where severe cuts from razor-sharp edges have become all too familiar.
Girl power is here, and US Ski Team athletes are at its core.