Tuesday, December 1, 2020
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Portillo Through the Ages

Ski Portillo is not just a summer training hotspot. The legendary ski area is also the only venue in the Southern Hemisphere to have ever hosted the Alpine World Championships.

Prokopyeva and Vukicevic victorious in SAC downhills

Opening El Colorado downhills go to Eastern European winners.

South American tech heats up in Chile

South American racers have strong showings against European powers.

Southern Hemisphere overall titles decided

Which athletes secured World Cup spots for this season?

Bode Miller seen training in Chile on Bomber Skis, Full Tilt boots

Amid a lawsuit with Head USA, Miller is working toward his comeback.

South American speed wraps up in El Colorado

Germany's Ferstl and the Czech Republic's Ledecka score big in final Southern Hemisphere speed series.

VIDEO: Remembering the Portillo World Championships of 1966

50 years later, athletes past and present reflect on the significance of the world championships in South America.

No such thing as an offseason for US Ski Team women

Between time in the gym and on snow, coaches create a busy and productive summer schedule.

VIDEO: A day in Julia Mancuso’s life at Ski Portillo

What activities does the U.S. Ski Team superstar find crucial for any ski trip to the Andes?

Ski teams safe following 8.3 magnitude earthquake in Chile

Good news from national and club teams training in Portillo, La Parva, and Valle Nevado.

Mauro Caviezel avoids surgery on broken leg

Swiss World Cup team takes another hit during training camp in Chile.

Germans leave for South America without Felix Neureuther

Technical ace opts to stay behind for training with the Europa Cup team.

World champion Kueng suffers knee injury

Downhill winner from Beaver Creek to miss team's training camp in Chile.

Cracking into Corralco

With Portillo lacking snow, U.S. men’s speed team trains in southern Chile and eyes potential for future visits.

US men’s team scores ideal NZ training at Ohau

Family-run ski area off the beaten path meets all the needs of the U.S. Ski Team men's groups.

Austrian downhill team leaves Chile early due to lack of snow

Only Hannes Reichelt will remain in South America as he heads to Ushuaia in Argentina.

Swiss lose 3 skiers to assorted injuries

Silvan Zurbriggen, Reto Schmidiger, and Joana Haehlen suffer injuries all in the same week.

USSA Rocky/Central completes regional projects at Mt. Hood

Regional camp focuses on GS tactics for Central skiers who have fewer opportunities in that discipline.

FIS racing kicks off in Southern Hemisphere

Charlie Guest and Henrik Von Appen take opening 2014-15 FIS race wins to kick off the Southern Hemisphere season.

Hoedlmoser named head men’s speed coach with US Ski Team

Overall head women's coach will move to fill Andreas Evers' vacancy overseeing men's speed squad.

Proctor rings in new year with FIS night slalom

Incoming USSA CEO Tiger Shaw foreruns at the annual Holiday Classic hosted by Proctor Academy.
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