Starting this season, the tune shop is prepared to accept skis and bindings via shipment and in-person delivery for complete mount and prep.
As a community, we need to start asking, are these financial decisions making us stronger as a nation or simply making us faster than our neighbors? Are we giving our kids an edge over the competition or pricing the competition out of the market?
An agreeable 2021 U.S. Ski & Snowboard Congress culminated this week with final votes cast
U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced the pending resignation of its President and CEO Tiger
On Wednesday, France and Germany enacted new restrictions in the battle against coronavirus. Germany announced
Last week, the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), which includes schools, such as
The opening Alpine World Cup races in Soelden, Austria this weekend are not expected to
A cautionary tale from the head coach of the University of Alaska about the potential threat other programs could face. Meanwhile, the ski racing community rallies to raise funds necessary to save the team. You can help!
Puckett’s primary role with the ski team will be in working with the newly formed Europa Cup group that includes AJ Hurt, Katie Hensien and Alix Wilkinson, alongside coach Katie Twible.
All options are on the table, including a significantly more limited alpine World Cup calendar that keeps European racers closer to home.
With so much uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, international travel, and domestic regulations, the U.S. alpine team is adapting and planning to make decisions on the fly as training opportunities become available.
In his annual keynote address to Congress, U.S. Ski & Snowboard President & CEO Tiger Shaw confronted mounting concerns over the global economic climate and finances within the national governing body itself.
Weeklong event includes a Facebook Live Q&A hosted by Ski Racing Media
The Alpine Sport Committee in 2019 established the Health of Sport task force, which is looking into ways of cutting cost.
The organizer in Narvik, Norway announced the remainder of the FIS Alpine World Junior Championships will be canceled.
In a statement from the FIS, the international body confirmed reports that the World Cup Finals in Cortina d'Ampezzo are canceled and will not be replaced.
In a video released early Thursday morning, three-time overall champion Mikaela Shiffrin announced she will return to Europe. The American has been at home grieving the loss of her father, Jeff Shiffrin, who died suddenly on Feb. 2.
As the coronavirus outbreak in the Vento region of Italy spreads at an alarming rate,
With Cortina d'Ampezzo under level 4 advisory, CEO Tiger Shaw says US Ski & Snowboard will heed all travel warnings.
Finals are currently scheduled to be held in the Veneto region, which has multiple cities under quarantine in an attempt to stop the spread of the virus.
What blew Canadian racer Dustin Cook’s season over the top.
Aspen Valley Ski Club puts good use to revamped Stapleton Training Center to emphasize speed development.
German admits to struggling with back pain over the past two weeks.
Overall standings heat up between Fenninger and Maze — to be determined in Sunday's GS.