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Following collaborative work since the fall of 2020, the recommendations released include seven key action items that address challenges facing Division I athletics.
The Colorado Buffaloes will host the 2022 RMISA Championships and NCAA West Regional, it was learned Friday as the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association released its schedule for the upcoming season.
As summer begins and the school year ends, many high school seniors begin to consider
The 2021 Winter Universiade returns this December 11-21 in Lucerne, Switzerland. Registration is open for
Norwegian Olympic bronze medalist Jonathan Nordbotten describes himself as a patient grinder but not a
In contrast to last spring’s contentious atmosphere surrounding the relations between collegiate racing and U.S.
In what he calls his most difficult decision yet, 31-year-old Jonathan Nordbotten announced his retirement
On March 18, U.S. Ski and Snowboard issued this brief update to help define its
When The U.S. Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association (USCSA) canceled the 2021 U.S. Collegiate Ski
Andy LeRoy, who was an Olympian, All-American, and individual national champion while a student-athlete at
When Richard Rokos officially steps down as CU’s head ski coach he does so as
The NCAA skiing championships came to a close following the Nordic Freestyle in New Hampshire.
Day 3 of the 2021 NCAA Championships was slalom day, or, what CU coach Richard
“Money.” That was the term many athletes used to describe the snow surface on Baron’s
In back-to-back carnivals for the EISA circuit, University of Vermont (UVM) climbed the podium once
The EISA college teams returned for their second carnival ahead of NCAA championships, which will
The RMISA regular season came to a close following two days of GS racing at
NCAA racers are well-represented in this year’s world championships tech events, as they have been
The NCAA circuit resumed in Utah for back-to-back RMISA Invitationals hosted by Westminster and University
The Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association (EISA) kicked off its season with doubleheader slaloms at the
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The University of Alaska Board of Regents has reinstated the university alpine
The NCAA circuit kicked off with two successful days of racing, starting the season on
For the first time since March, seven colleges will join together for four days of