The 2020 National Collegiate Men’s and Women’s Skiing Championships were canceled on Thursday.
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.
This year’s championship race has brought stellar athletes from 23 universities across the country to Montana to compete for NCAA titles.
On March 19th the USCSA National Championships kick off in Lake Placid, New York.
Long-time American Downhiller, Wiley Maple, has decided to take it easy after a back injury hindered his World Cup performance.
Official selections of the men and women competing in the alpine and nordic National Championships in Montana have been made.
With the NCAA Championships just two weeks away on the same hill, the skiers took full advantage of the races.
The EISA racers gave it their all in the final stop of the 2020 Carnival season hosted by Middlebury College at the Snow Bowl this past weekend.
The Rocky/Central Region wins the National Junior Championship Region Cup. Even with a different schedule from years prior, NJC was a positively strong series with Resnick, Nelson, and Gile being golden contributors during NJC.
After a six-week hiatus, the RMISA Alpine skiers were back on the race hill at the Utah Invitational in Park City this past weekend.
NASTAR stands for the NATional STAndard Race and Pacesetting is the bond that holds NASTAR together. Each NASTAR resort or club must have certified pacesetters set the...
U.S. Ski & Snowboard has named 15 promising athletes to the 2020 FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships Team to represent the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team in Narvik, Norway, in six events March 5-14.
The EISA season rolled on with great weather and great racing at Jiminy Peak this weekend for the Williams Carnival, the fifth meet-up of the season.
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.
It was a riveting weekend for the EISA skiers that did not go according to plan. Due to a mix of rain and snow the GS scheduled for Friday was switched to a slalom.
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
The EISA 2020 Carnival season is halfway done, and this weekend’s Colby Carnival held at Sugarloaf Mountain provided another exciting college race.
Holderness School in Plymouth, N.H., recently received a transformational $6 million gift, which will bolster its snow-sport programs and facilities.
Kershko succeeds Tao Smith who will depart KMS after 19 years of excellent service.
It was an exciting opening weekend for the EISA NCAA skiers. Not only was it the opening carnival of the 2020 season, but it was the first ever Harvard Carnival held at Waterville Valley and streamed live on ESPN+.
Just two days after the first NCAA series, the RMISA skiers were back at it again in Eldora in Nederland, Colo., for the University of Colorado Invitational and RMISA Qualifier series.
Five years ago, two promising young U.S. Ski Team athletes were killed in an avalanche, not fully realizing the dangers they faced skiing off piste.
The 2019 RMISA season crowned the University of Utah as NCAA champs in Stowe, Vt., but with so many skiers graduating, how will the West hold up this year?