With 17 medals at last season’s Olympic Winter Games, USSA’s marketing team had many highlights to review at the organization’s annual Partner Summit.
How soon we forget the days when we measured alpine success by athletes scoring a few World Cup points.
Dan Leever and Lynn D. Bleil become members of the Board of Trustees of the fundraising arm of the U.S. Ski Team, U.S. Snowboarding, and U.S. Freeskiing.
Interview with USSA President and CEO Tiger Shaw and his 100-day letter highlighting changes and achievements.
Expansion of the USSA development system has yielded strong results in engagement.
The Military Mentorship Program is a unique partnership between the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and American300.
FIS will propose big air, team snowboardcross, an alpine team event and more to the IOC for Olympic inclusion.
Dexter Paine succeeds former USSA President and CEO Bill Marolt, who remains an honorary member, on the FIS Council.
The decision of the governing FIS Council was announced Thursday during the Congress in Barcelona.
Young aspiring Olympians have an opportunity to train at USSA facilities this June through ELITEAM Conditioning Camps.
So what does Best in the World mean? Well, it started as a 2007 rally cry.
USSA Club Development Manager addresses club representatives Tuesday in advance of USSA Congress 2014.
President and CEO Tiger Shaw talks with Ski Racing in advance of his key note address before USSA Congress this week.
New media partnership means American ski fans will have unprecedented coverage of the 2015 Alpine World Championships.
USSA announces candidacy of Dexter Paine for the FIS Council.
Tiger Shaw tells Eastern leaders, "I want my staff's feet held to the fire" regarding promises of partnership.
Jory Macomber named head of school at the USSA TEAM Academy in Park City, Utah.
Organization officials held a conference call to brief attendees on topics of discussion at this year's event.
Athletes and coaches from the U.S. Ski Team completed a weeklong certification experience with PSIA professionals.
Liberty Mutual is now the official insurance partner of the U.S. Ski Team.
Worthington will be responsible for fundraising to support athletic programs through the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation.