Thursday, September 24, 2020

Where there’s a will (to work), there’s a way

Training just got a lot more creative.

Life in the Slow Lane: White Claws and fishing with Bryce Bennett

A few White Claws. Some fishing. A little indoor bow practice. Bryce Bennett has this whole quarantine thing figured out.

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...

Podcast: Ski Racing this Week talks college racing with Edie Thys Morgan

Other guests include Paralympic team member, Conor Hogan, and a recurring guest from Long Island.

Video: World Cup Athletes of the NCAA, Ali Nullmeyer

Ali Nullmeyer has overcome multiple injuries to get back on her skis and skiing at the World Cup level.

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.

Whatever happened with NorAms?

Strong performances at the NorAm Cup level can determine national-team criteria and provide a key gateway to the big show in Europe for many American and Canadian racers.

Health of Sport task force assembled to reduce ski racing cost

The Alpine Sport Committee in 2019 established the Health of Sport task force, which is looking into ways of cutting cost.

Looking for the perfect academy? Here’s the best of the West

The western region has multiple options that offer full-time student status and winter term options.

NCAA champs were hotly contested, just no title

While a title trophy wasn’t awarded last week, powerhouse programs from the University of Utah and Denver University came away feeling like champions.

Looking for the perfect academy? Let’s take a look at the East

The eastern region has multiple east coast and international academy options that offer full-time student status and winter term options.

Video: World Cup Athletes of the NCAA AJ Ginnis

In this second episode of World Cup Athletes of the NCAA, we follow around AJ Ginnis, a long time competitor on the White Circus and a new addition to the Dartmouth Ski Team.

Back to the future at Burke Mountain Academy

Felix McGrath and Diann Roffe return to their Vermont Roots with a strong mission.

How to find a USCSA college to match academic, ski racing goals

When it comes to collegiate alpine ski racing, NCAA Division I is not the only game in town. Find the right USCSA college to match your academic and ski racing goals.

NASTAR National Championships set for Snowmass debut March 24-28

The annual event, held for the first time in Snowmass, is expected to draw as many as 1,000 racers, aged five to 100, who will descend on the Colorado resort from places as far as Florida and Alaska.

Winter4Kids expands NorAm Parallels into U.S.

Winter4Kids hosts a successful parallel NorAm in the U.S. for the first-time. Peterson and Seymour take the prize.

Jersey Lights: NorAm ski racing arrives in the Garden State

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.

Welcome to the USCSA: college ski racing for everyone

Take a deep dive into the world of USCSA racing with an update on this season's competitions and options available to racers.

An Argument For USCSA

The U.S. Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association is a more than viable option for any young athlete who wishes to keep ski racing a part of their lives during their college careers. Take it from an alumnus, like me.

From Missouri to the National Team, Ainsley Proffit Aims High

She got her start in Nastar at the age of six. Now, the 18-year-old U.S. development team member has her sights set on reaching the top of the sport.

High Fives to the Rescue

Eva Twardokens gets a boost from the safety net of the outdoor sports community.

Utah Olympic Park Expansion Aims to Give Back

With local clubs, teams, and academies backing them, the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation plans to bring 30 plus acres of athlete training facilities to the community and beyond.

Sweating It Out

New York and Vermont U-14s team up for low-tech, high-energy training.

For The Love of The Sport

Female coaches in ski racing may be few and far in between, but the women on the mountain doing the work are making a big impact on the sport through hard work and dedication to their athletes.

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