A few White Claws. Some fishing. A little indoor bow practice. Bryce Bennett has this whole quarantine thing figured out.
Alpine program director and former Olympian Will Brandenburg has been working hard to encourage a transition.
Not only has the multi-resort corporation built what is widely considered the world’s top speed and tech training venues and shined as a World Cup host, but it goes the extra mile for racers whenever it can, surmounting melting snow and COVID-era obstacles to provide superb summer training.
Use these strategies to increase the odds of earning a medal.
Racers now have through Feb. 22 to qualify for the 2016 National Championships.
The average masters racer can go 65 miles per hour in super G and 75 mph in downhill.
Masters ski racing serves up a cocktail of adrenaline, challenge and fun.
It will be the resort’s sixth time hosting the national championship.
A healthy attitude will set you up psychologically and physiologically, so you can ski your fastest.
Jory Macomber named head of school at the USSA TEAM Academy in Park City, Utah.
The elite coaching staff will include Marco Sullivan, Daron Rahlves and Steven Nyman.
These five exercises will help you ski faster, regardless of what else you do to workout.
Eva Twardokens gets a boost from the safety net of the outdoor sports community.
Applications for the LEKI “Full Ride” Scholarship will be accepted through April 15.
Here’s a closer look at the esteemed list for 2015.
As an effort to bring ski racing to a wider audience, Winter4Kids is bringing the NorAm cup to Jersey for the first time in history.
Eric Harlow moving on to employment outside of the ski industry.
The Alpine Sport Committee in 2019 established the Health of Sport task force, which is looking into ways of cutting cost.
The World Championship bronze medalist was training speed at Nakiska.
Vermont teenager and World Junior medalist looks to make his mark on ski racing's biggest stage.
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.
The team is led by defending Junior World Downhill Champion Erik Arvidsson.
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows will host junior and professional athletes this spring and summer.
What champions really eat for breakfast.