Weeklong event includes a Facebook Live Q&A hosted by Ski Racing Media
A total of 96 athletes were accepted into one of Swiss Ski's alpine squads — 10 more than in the previous season.
The pair will perform après ski style sets from their living rooms to support the cause.
Eric Harlow, director of alpine programs at Sugar Bowl Academy located in Lake Tahoe, has been named the new head coach of...
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At the end of the 2019-20 season, Gian-Franco Kasper steps down, making room for new leadership.
The Nordica team takes us through the process of storing your equipment step-by-step.
Instilling a love for skiing while providing individualized support to injured athletes.
The 2020 meetings scheduled to take place in Thailand have been postponed with plans to reschedule to the Fall.
In accordance with CDC recommendations to restrict large gatherings, U.S. Ski & Snowboard had to improvise.
Holderness School is pleased to announce that Ben Drummond has been named the director of snow sports.
Sugar Bowl Ski Team & Academy (SBSTA) is excited to announce that Brian Krill will be joining SBSTA as its executive director,...
Ski Racing Media is thrilled to announce the return of its weekly podcast, reimagined and rebranded as “Ski Racing This Week,” which will be hosted by alpine racer Jimmy Krupka.
The Kelly Brush Foundation, U.S. Ski & Snowboard, the Olympic Regional Development Authority, and NYSEF came together to teach NorAm racers important safety protocol this week.
Ron Bonneau, the head coach of the College of Idaho Ski Teams, has announced that he is retiring at the end of this season after 30 years at the helm.
Aside from being a ski area operator, McCoy was a racer, a coach, and a father, who built Mammoth into the powerful ski hub it is today.
The ski racing community is shocked to learn of the passing of Jeff Shiffrin, father of World Cup athlete Mikaela Shiffrin.
Holderness School in Plymouth, N.H., recently received a transformational $6 million gift, which will bolster its snow-sport programs and facilities.
John Fry, the dean of North American ski journalists, died suddenly but peacefully on January 24, two days after celebrating his 90th birthday.
Kershko succeeds Tao Smith who will depart KMS after 19 years of excellent service.
Goode, 64, died Wednesday while taking part in one of his many passions, piloting his airplane.
Ski Racing Media took another step forward this week with the addition of two key staff members, Max Bervy, who will take on the role of managing director, and Geoff Mintz, who will serve as editor-in-chief.
New expansion adds T-bar and space for full-length speed.
Blizzard and Tecnica will be exiting the race market in the United States.