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Rethinking the College Option

How do college programs fit in to the U.S. Ski Team's new development vision?

Foreign Exchange

World Cup athletes on what's right about college racing in the U.S.

Ski Racing Media seeks interns for 2017-18 season

Are you a college student or recent graduate? Join Ski Racing Media's staff as an intern this winter!

Denver holds lead in Montana Invite at conclusion of alpine races

Erik Read of DU wins his fourth out of five contested NCAA races so far this season.

Choose the Right College for Racing

Do you go across the country? Do you stay local? Is NCAA the right choice, or is USCSA more your speed?

Dartmouth names John Dwyer as women’s alpine coach

Former Burke Mountain Academy coach finds new home with the Big Green.

Mission Ridge launches academy and collegiate program

New educational opportunities abound for MRST skiers in Washington.

USSA launches National University Team to support alpine development

With the introduction of a National University Team, the USST hopes to provide continuity of elite-level programs.

New Hampshire ski pioneer Robert Skinner dies at 96

Skinner played a number of significant roles in the development of U.S. skiing.

USCSA National Championship kick offs at Mt. Bachelor

Sierra Nevada College claims team scoring in the women's GS on opening day.

NCAA names 148 championship participants

74 men and 74 women head to Lake Placid for the 2015 NCAA Skiing Championships.

Pre-proposal to reform US domestic race calendar receives mixed reviews

Some believe changes are required to keep USSA racing relevant while others question the outcome of proposed mandates.

The State of Alpine Ski Racing – Performance and Participation

While podium performances by the United States' top athletes on the World Cup and Olympic levels is extraordinary, one doesn’t need to look far to see problems lurking.

RMISA schedule released for 2015 NCAA racing

Trips to New Mexico, Alaska and Lake Placid will challenge student-athletes to perform on the road.

Winning just makes Shiffrin want to win more

"I never want people to feel like I am unreachable, because then the inspiration dies," Mikaela Shiffrin remarked in a recent interview.

Join the Ski Racing team as an editorial, web, or video intern

Internship applicants should be highly motivated college students or recent graduates who are familiar with ski competition.

Ski racers receive Jeff Wattenmaker Far West Masters Scholarships

Three Far West ski racers each receive $7,000 towards their college educations.

Warner Nickerson officially retires

Admitting to fans his "aspirations as a world class skier are gone," Nickerson steps away from life as a competitive athlete.

Levine named head alpine coach at Williams College

Williams alumna and former assistant coach Kelsey Levine is promoted to head alpine coach.
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