Thursday, November 26, 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.

Lindsey Vonn bids farewell to Vail Valley — for now

Lindsey Vonn officially bid farewell to the Vail Valley, her longtime home and site of the latter half of her club career. Vonn recently sold her East Vail home, the first home she ever purchased, and offered her gratitude to the community with a full-page ad that appeared in the Vail Daily.

Super G and men’s GS NorAm titles decided in Aspen

Americans sweep the discipline titles and take five of six World Cup spots for next season.

Kindness Wins announces Mikaela Shiffrin as one of its founding champions

Shiffrin joins Tennis great Madison Keys in putting kindness into practice.

SRM’s campaign to help save Alaska ski team reaches midway point

Ski Racing Media's campaign to help save the University of Alaska Anchorage alpine ski team reached its official midway point this week with more...

When the NorAms are in town, Panorama is more than just a view

Canadian Read shines, upstart Andorran shocks in Pano tech series

UNH Skiing announces new recruits for 2015-16

Canadians Frigon and McConville join the alpine roster at the University of New Hampshire.

Denver steamrolls competition at MSU Invitational

Pioneers win by the largest margin in RMISA history since skiing went coed in 1983.

Kogler, Klomhaus crowned NCAA GS champions

This year’s championship race has brought stellar athletes from 23 universities across the country to Montana to compete for NCAA titles.

UMaine Farmington hires new head alpine coach

Andrew Willihan, former coach at Carrabasset Valley Academy, returns to his alma mater.

Freshmen steal the show in NCAA Championship slalom

CU Buff first-year skier caps off his historic season.

Going The Distance To Get Some Distance

World Cup athletes from everywhere train speed in South America.

What Can We Learn From Austrian Ski Academies?

In January, I had the chance to visit Schigymansium Stams, one of the leading ski academies in Austria.

U of Alaska, part of shrinking NCAA west, launches campaign to save ski team

A cautionary tale from the head coach of the University of Alaska about the potential threat other programs could face. Meanwhile, the ski racing community rallies to raise funds necessary to save the team. You can help!

New Mexico’s Rasanen wins World University Games slalom

2013 NCAA slalom champion repeats the feat in Italy.

NorAm Tech Wraps up in the Mountain West

With World Cup spots on the line, racing was fast and furious in the Wild West.

Alaska’s Pierson awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

The NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee has awarded former Alaska Nanooks women's skier Julia (Coulter) Pierson one of 29 prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, based on...

Ski racing community comes together to support Shiffrin family

In the wake of Jeff Shiffrin's passing, the ski racing community has come together to show love and support to the Shiffrin's in their time of grief

UVM claims 10th straight Carnival win

Rugged conditions and brutal temperatures challenged EISA skiers at the UNH Carnival.

Ketterer caps off stellar season with NorAm slalom title

Smart fends off Nullmeyer to hang onto ladies' giant slalom title.

Bode Miller announces new winter sports academy

In partnership with the Institute for Civic Leadership (ICL) Academy, Miller plans to launch a program designed for ski racers, snowboarders, cross-country skiers, and any other sports enthusiast from grades 7-12.

19th straight carnival win for Catamounts

UVM takes the overall victory at the Dartmouth Carnival.

Dartmouth wins second straight EISA Carnival

Dartmouth and UVM athletes fill up EISA podiums in New Hampshire, joined by solitary St. Michael's athlete.

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