Over the past four decades, Nordhoy became well-known within the skiing community as a top masters competitor.
How to bring home some crystal hardware on the FIS Masters circuit.
Kicking butt with new body parts.
How to stay fired up at the end of a long winter.
Graduating from collegiate racing to the Masters circuit.
How Masters and NASTAR can work together.
Jump in a starting gate this winter to be a better coach.
How adult athletes measure up to the governing body’s expectations.
Should you use FIS-radius skis even if you don’t have to?
Just a two percent decrease in your hydration level adversely affects mental and physical abilities.
These five exercises will help you ski faster, regardless of what else you do to workout.
Use these strategies to increase the odds of earning a medal.
The average masters racer can go 65 miles per hour in super G and 75 mph in downhill.
Masters racers give back to youth to help cover the high costs of ski racing.
Tested tricks to run gates just like you freeski.
Taking care of yourself is essential to performing your best in every ski race.
Mark your calendar with these iconic races.
Masters ski racing serves up a cocktail of adrenaline, challenge and fun.
A peek at what top athletes across the age groups are using for lengths and sidecuts.
Drills and tips to help skiers of all ages master modern slalom.
A firsthand account of recruiting more racers through specific initiatives.
The 29th Annual Summer Fun Nationals put kids against parents. Guess who won?
The 2014-2015 season may be over, but 24 skiers recently earned spots on the 2016 Spyder U.S. Masters Team.
One of the greatest things about masters racing is the massive age span.