Since 2013, Alexander has been working with the Men's U.S. Ski Team to keep the athlete's fueled up while on the road. Here she gives us a few quick recipes that any athlete or parent could whip up before a race or day of training.
The athlete's competed in super-G, giant slalom, and slalom from August 26th to September 2nd at Coronet Peak in New Zealand.
28-year-old looks to expand his World Cup repertoire.
Can changing your eating habits, and working on eating quality food every day help boost performance on the race hill? You bet!
What’s behind Lake Tahoe’s embarrassment of ski racing riches?
By adding a healthy dose of endurance training to your summer conditioning routine you'll increase your ability to ski more high quality runs once snow flies. Here's how.
Sugar Bowl Academy’s Class of 2019 honors their teammate
Remembering a Squaw Valley legend.
The winningest female skier of all time has her eyes set on new ventures and aims to grow and learn in the wake of her impressive athletic career.
New Board Chairman and Current FIS Council Member have their sights set on big goals.
Make sure these three tried and true exercises are part of your gym training this summer.
We all love time on snow and training hard, but how might developing athletes benefit from a longer time away from the slopes between seasons?
Snow-safety organizations are continuing to educate the ski racing community.
Young ski racer's story is is one of hope and how family and community are ever present in this sport.
American skiing icons were honored earlier this month in Salt Lake City.
Looking to ski some gates this summer or get in tip-top shape before next season rolls around? We've got you covered in our 2019 summer camp feature.
Ski racing success follows many paths, and wears many suits .
In Vermont, at Ascutney mountain, a grassrootsy movement is afoot and it's bringing back the pure and simple love of skiing.
Norwegian legend was a champion on and off the slopes.
After two life-threatening accidents on the slopes, it's time to get real about on-hill first aid.
On Sunday, in Are, Sweden, the greatest skier of the modern era closed out her career with a bronze medal at the World Championships. Her impact on the sport will undoubtedly be indelible.
With its many pathways, decisions and outcomes, ski racing is a fertile ground for career development and the acquisition and honing of life skills.
Daron Rahlves’ Hahenkamm win in 2003 changed the game for the U.S. Ski Team. Behind the Gold author, Tom Kelly, reminisces with Rahlves about that historic day 16 years ago in ski racing’s Super Bowl.
Peter Dodge Gives Maturity the Old College Try