Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Former Ski Racing columnist, editor Bill McCollom dies unexpectedly

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Ski racing has lost another good one. In the hills of Vermont, long-time Ski Racing contributor Bill McCollom passed away unexpectedly on June 28 from a heart condition.

Charles Christianson: Finding success on and off the snow

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Charles Christianson's life experience is a story of persistence, adaptation, and improbable achievement. A four-time All American and retired World Cup athlete, he is currently chief of staff at Alterra Mountain Company and a member of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Foundation's Board of Trustees.

Thoughts from frantic college skiers

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In response to Ski Racing Media's story on the NCAA, 12 women who are currently competing or have competed on the NCAA circuit gathered to respond.

Paula Moltzan: collegiate unique

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"I had new reasons to be excited," said Moltzan. "After five years of paying to be a member of the U.S. Ski Team, I had become a scholarship athlete, and in addition to having someone paying for my ski racing, they would pay for my education."

Summer ski testing updates

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In light of COVID-19 some brands will still provide summer testing options for the summer.

American Independents: Class of 2020

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The top names in U.S. skiing you won't see on the national team

USST, NCAA butt heads over NorAm schedule

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In an ongoing disagreement over the lack of coordination between NorAm and NCAA schedules, U.S. Ski & Snowboard says it's "hyper-focused on the pathways we have most control over," frustrating many collegiate representatives.

Summer ski camps pivot to accommodate COVID restrictions

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Camps training at Mt. Hood have adapt their programs so that kids can still get on snow in June and July.

Life in the Slow Lane: From quarantining to skiing again with Tommy Ford and...

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The Oregonian couple continues to follow strict COVID-19 protocols. But, recently, a sliver of hope emerged: skiing at Mt. Bachelor.

Volunteerism at its roots

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

Generations of athletes benefited from Howard Peterson’s leadership

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Howard Peterson has passed away at 69.

Should ski cross be an alpine discipline?

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Alpine program director and former Olympian Will Brandenburg has been working hard to encourage a transition.

Life in the Slow Lane: Transplanting cactuses and cleaning cabins with Alice McKennis

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When she arrived back in the States, everything seemed normal. Then things changed, fast.

Life in the Slow Lane: Jelly beans and mellow turns with Steven Nyman

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The American Downhiller has been spending most of his quarantine diving into dad mode.

Dig Deep 2020: ELITEAM’s new 12-week online summer program has arrived

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Kelley and Doug Lewis have developed a “complete athlete” program that brings all of the best elements of ELITEAM summer camps to your doorstep.

Life in the Slow Lane: Yeast-hunting and ski-touring with Alice Merryweather

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The soon to be 24-year-old has hunkered down in Salt Lake City.

Vail racer fights cancer while giving back

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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.

Where there’s a will (to work), there’s a way

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Training just got a lot more creative.

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

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

Foreste turns a page

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This year’s graduating seniors are getting a raw deal: No senior spring, no graduation (or a much delayed one), no victory lap as the...

Podcast: Ski Racing this Week talks college racing with Edie Thys Morgan

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Other guests include Paralympic team member, Conor Hogan, and a recurring guest from Long Island.

Video: World Cup Athletes of the NCAA, Ali Nullmeyer

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Ali Nullmeyer has overcome multiple injuries to get back on her skis and skiing at the World Cup level.

First-year FIS racers reflect on a season cut short

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U19 athletes have faced an abrupt end to the ski season and the cancellation of major championship races.

Whatever happened with NorAms?

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Strong performances at the NorAm Cup level can determine national-team criteria and provide a key gateway to the big show in Europe for many American and Canadian racers.
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