Sunday, February 28, 2021

Led by Cochran-Siegle, US downhillers face tough test on Stelvio

Knee-rattling, unrelenting, complicated by shady sections and producing speeds in excess of 85 miles-per-hour, the Stelvio downhill in Bormio is as demanding as any...

After summer injury, Tommy Ford talks strategy for Soelden

Ford, who finished a career-best fourth in Soelden last year — just weeks prior to his first career win in Beaver Creek — knows what to expect when approaching the course this year.

You’ve Got the Power: Rule changes come from the membership

Mandates that affect USSA racers originate in the community.

Are You Training the Right Amount?

USSA’s new training systems hope to answer that question.

GEAR: Outdoor Necessities for the Active Student

School is back in session and just because you're stuck in class doesn't mean you have to look like a nerd. Lucky for you, we're...

Volunteerism at its roots

Dexter Paine recognized with Blegen Award - U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s highest honor.

The Truth about Helmets

Are the new FIS standards making ski racing any safer in the U.S.?

Ben Ritchie Is Gunning for World Cup Success

Vermont teenager and World Junior medalist looks to make his mark on ski racing's biggest stage.

Thoughts from frantic college skiers

In response to Ski Racing Media's story on the NCAA, 12 women who are currently competing or have competed on the NCAA circuit gathered to respond.

How to Prep for Race Day with Laurenne Ross

Ross kicks off SRM's how-to series by sharing her thoughts on how she remains present before, during, and after big race days on the World Cup.

Kriechmayr’s masterpiece at worlds delights ski-mad Austria

Austria finally has a "Doppel-Weltmeister" again. The picturesque landscape of the colorful Italian Dolomites provided the fitting backdrop for Vincent Kriechmayr, named after the Dutch...

First-year FIS racers reflect on a season cut short

U19 athletes have faced an abrupt end to the ski season and the cancellation of major championship races.

Whole Athlete Development: Planning for the Season

How to prepare for success in the season ahead with a clear vision and a definite plan.

Holtmann Ready For Return To World Cup

A broken leg then issues with her back kept the Norwegian athlete away from racing for two years.

Bella Wright having the ‘dream’ season, chases WC Finals berth

Disbelief. Gratitude. Trust.  When speaking with rising speed skier Bella Wright, these might be the three most common words she used to describe her career...

Ted Ligety closes chapter on dominant career, announces retirement

The careers of many world-class athletes culminate with an Olympic gold medal. Ted Ligety did things differently. That’s where he began! On Friday, Feb. 19,...

Erik Guay: Dad, Downhiller, Champion

Canadian Cowboy has his eyes set on Olympic and Kitzbuehel success.

Engaging Parents in the Athletic Development Process

How can parents be an athlete's greatest asset?

BEHIND THE GOLD: The Glacier Party of Sölden

An historic look at the annual World Cup season opener.

Bryce Bennett Chooses His Own Destiny

For America's new top downhiller, a lifetime of hard lessons shaped him into the skier he is today.

US skiers step out of Shiffrin’s shadow with strong results

For the first time since Lindsey Vonn’s retirement, the U.S. women’s ski team is no longer solely dependent on Mikaela Shiffrin for World Cup...

Step Away from the Skis and Pick up a Baseball Bat

How playing the field pays off in ski racing and other pursuits.

New TV Series on U.S. Ski Team Premieres on Outside Television

Jay Jalbert discusses the new series "In Search of Speed" which debuts on Jan. 21.

Foreste turns a page

This year’s graduating seniors are getting a raw deal: No senior spring, no graduation (or a much delayed one), no victory lap as the...

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