Monday, April 19, 2021

Meet the Matriarch

81-year-old Bryce Maple is sweet — until you meet her on the racecourse.

Allie Resnick battles through injury to get World Cup nod

Photo: Max Hall/US Ski & Snowboard After a strong performance at national championships last week, in which she finished third in the giant slalom, Allie...

USSA Foundation trustee Randy MacDonald dies

Randy MacDonald, who served as a trustee for several years, left behind a legacy of giving.

Trisha Worthington joins USSA as chief development officer

Worthington will be responsible for fundraising to support athletic programs through the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation.

Behind the Gold – Ski in Peace: Ronnie and Bryce

When Ronnie had surgery last summer, Bryce kicked him out of the house to do his rehab walking (just as the doctor ordered) and cooked him dinner.

Top U16s earn Berlack-Astle Memorial Fast Skier Award

This is the ninth year the Fast Skier Award has been awarded to deserving athletes.

Resi Stiegler: Wyoming kid brings love of sport to ski racing

The flanks of Åreskutan in central Jämtland sweep down from its treeless peak through dense forest to the finish arena near the shore of...

US Ski Team names 2016-17 alpine coaching staff

Paul Kristofic and Sasha Rearick are at the helm of the women's and men's alpine teams.

Godomsky named executive director at Aspen Valley Ski Club

The former Gould Academy coach moves west for a new challenge.

Whistler Cup kicks off with super-G

Six Americans pushed out of the start gate.

No sticker, no start: U14 and older athletes need this FIS helmet sticker

If your helmet doesn’t have the FIS-approved label, your race may never start this season.

Freeskiing world mourns passing of talented junior

16-year-old Sam Jackenthal passed away following injuries suffered in a training accident in Australia.

USSA hires Whitaker to lead Western Region youth

Darryl Whitaker to take over as the Western Region Youth Coordinator

Masters: Ski Faster Slalom

Drills and tips to help skiers of all ages master modern slalom.

US women’s Europa Cup team ends summer on high note

Sticking to their plans, the small team found solid training in Chile during a low snow season.

Letter: U.S. Ski & Snowboard views Buck Hill FIS venue, Chuck Stone Memorial as...

Upon hearing about the new FIS Homologation at Buck Hill earlier this Summer, I was very excited about the opportunities it would present. More...

How US athletes earn World Cup starts

U.S. Ski Team publishes criteria for getting alpine skiing World Cup starts.

McKennis Duran takes US national SG title ahead of mentee Cashman

The 2020 U.S. Alpine Championships continued Friday with Alice McKennis Duran taking the top spot with her teammate and mentee, Keely Cashman, 0.47 seconds...

Independent racer Erik Arvidsson wins Europa Cup DH

Independent racer Erik Arvidsson approached the 2020-21 season with sights set on making a comeback to the U.S. speed team. His goal seems one...

High performance director leaves USSA for NBA team

Troy Flanagan lead the integration of high performance services into the USSA’s elite teams over the past eight years.

8 Tips on Racing a Speed Event

The average masters racer can go 65 miles per hour in super G and 75 mph in downhill.

Volunteerism at its roots

Dexter Paine recognized with Blegen Award - U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s highest honor.

Life in the Slow Lane: White Claws and fishing with Bryce Bennett

A few White Claws. Some fishing. A little indoor bow practice. Bryce Bennett has this whole quarantine thing figured out.

Brian McLaughlin turns to Global Racing for independent season

Brian McLaughlin is heading into an unpredictable 2020-21 season with a new perspective after being cut from the U.S. Ski Team in the spring....

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