Vonn is currently social-distancing in Los Angeles with her fiancee P.K. Subban.
With so much uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, international travel, and domestic regulations, the U.S. alpine team is adapting and planning to make decisions on the fly as training opportunities become available.
Shiffrin joins Tennis great Madison Keys in putting kindness into practice.
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.
In his annual keynote address to Congress, U.S. Ski & Snowboard President & CEO Tiger Shaw confronted mounting concerns over the global economic climate and finances within the national governing body itself.
Rules became recommendations as the Health of Sport proposal moved through congress.
In total, 43 athletes have been named to the 2020-21 U.S. Alpine Team.
In initial meetings, the U14 Working Group assessed old and new business looking ahead to the 2020-21 season.
U16-and-older Working Group votes against advancing proposal, bringing into question viability of intended cost-cutting measure.
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 SkiFastFoundation.com 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.
World Champion alpine skier and Olympic gold medalist, Lindsey Vonn, is set to host a live and interactive fitness session on the Wellness Coach platform on April 23 at 11 am ET
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 Colby men’s...
The NCAA has spoken — and it will not be granting another year of eligibility to winter athletes whose seasons were cut short due...
On Sunday, April 5th, Ski Racing this Week's Jimmy Krupka went live on Facebook with NASTAR pacesetters Marco Sullivan and Andrew Weibrecht, as well as head honcho, Bill Madsen.
Some of your favorite athletes from across generations have taken to social media to entertain and share some happiness during the quarantine.
Instilling a love for skiing while providing individualized support to injured athletes.
In times of crisis, especially when instructed to stay home, it can feel difficult to help, but one ski hill tucked away in the Berkshire Mountains has given the ski world an opportunity to make an immediate impact.
Teton Gravity Research has been acknowledged for Outstanding Camera Work and Outstanding Sports Promotional Announcement.
The two professional skiers team up to host a contest for elementary-aged students artwork to be featured in an upcoming documentary, Mission Mt. Mangart.
Join Jimmy Krupka live on Ski Racing's Facebook page for a home-quarantine version of U.S. Nationals.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic last week, the NCAA made the decision to cancel all championship events and the remainder of NCAA season.
Nearly 500 athletes from 71 colleges and universities competed in four (of five) days of racing at the 42nd annual USCSA Collegiate National Championships.
Friday's events will go on as planned.