Saturday, September 19, 2020

U.S. Alpine Ski Team announces 2020-21 nominations

In total, 43 athletes have been named to the 2020-21 U.S. Alpine Team.

Sweden’s Andre Myhrer, Matts Olsson retire

Swedish tech stars Andre Myhrer and Matts Olsson have opted to retire at the end of the 2019/20 season. Both athletes had...

Shiffrin, Schumacher honored with Beck International Trophy

The Beck International Trophy is the highest honor from U.S. Ski & Snowboard, recognizing the top athletes in international competition for the year. It’s also the organization’s oldest, dating back to 1931.

Ted Ligety tests new product at Deer Valley

Miss watching good skiing? Check out this edit of Mr. GS ripping around at Deer Valley before the resort closures.

Osi Inglin to join Finnish National Alpine Ski Team until Bejing 2022

Ski Sport Finland has confirmed the signing of Osi Inglin as their new Head Coach of Alpine Men National Team. Inglin will join the...

Holderness School names Ben Drummond director of snow sports

Holderness School is pleased to announce that Ben Drummond has been named the director of snow sports.

Vail racer fights cancer while giving back

The 18-year-old, who is currently in her third round of treatments for Stage IV CIC-DUX4, a rare form of cancer, has launched the to help other youth who have been diagnosed with sarcoma-type cancer return to their extracurricular passions in sports, the arts, music, and science, both during and post-treatment.

Timberline looks to host race training in June

After a successful opening weekend, Mt. Hood feels confident they can make it to phase two if customers continue to cooperate.

NCAA eligibility for winter athletes remains in question

Amid the coronavirus pandemic last week, the NCAA made the decision to cancel all championship events and the remainder of NCAA season.

Mikaela Shiffrin announces All-In Challenge auction

Prizes include VIP tickets to the Killington World Cup, an Ikon pass, and new Atomic boots, skis, and bindings.

Wengen races in trouble?

An ongoing financial conflict between Swiss Ski and Wengen's organizing committee puts into question the viability of the Lauberhorn on the World Cup calendar.

Passing the time on social media

Some of your favorite athletes from across generations have taken to social media to entertain and share some happiness during the quarantine.

World Pro Ski Tour Taos World Championships canceled

In wake of Taos Ski Valley's early closure, WPST has canceled its final event of the season.

Colby College names Eric Harlow head coach of alpine skiing

Eric Harlow, director of alpine programs at Sugar Bowl Academy located in Lake Tahoe, has been named the new head coach of...

U.S. Ski & Snowboard to host annual congress virtually

In accordance with CDC recommendations to restrict large gatherings, U.S. Ski & Snowboard had to improvise.

GOODE Skis Founder Dave Goode Dies at 64

Goode, 64, died Wednesday while taking part in one of his many passions, piloting his airplane.

Killington Mountain School Names Claire Kershko New Head of School

Kershko succeeds Tao Smith who will depart KMS after 19 years of excellent service.

U.S. Ski Team’s Wiley Maple announces official retirement

Long-time American Downhiller, Wiley Maple, has decided to take it easy after a back injury hindered his World Cup performance.

Podcast: Jimmy Krupka makes debut as host of ‘Ski Racing This Week’

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.

U.S. Ski & Snowboard cancels all remaining domestic events

U.S. Ski & Snowboard is canceling all remaining U.S. domestic events, and working to return all U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes back to the United States.

USST's Shelley Glover dies three days after Oregon training crash

USST's Shelley Glover dies three days after Oregon training crashShelley Glover, a member of the U.S. Ski Team's development team, died at 10:50 a.m....

Coronavirus Update: FIS considers canceling remainder of World Cup season, Cortina unlikely

With Cortina d'Ampezzo under level 4 advisory, CEO Tiger Shaw says US Ski & Snowboard will heed all travel warnings.

Nina Haver-Loeseth announces retirement after comeback season

The 31-year-old Norwegian missed out on 2018/19 due to injury. Now, after earning a couple more top tens int the 2019/20 season she has chosen to end her career.

World Pro Ski Tour hosts virtual awards

Tour CEO, Jon Franklin, joins prominent athletes via Facebook Live to crown the 2020 season champion and discuss the end of the season.

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