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2017-18 Stacey Cook/SVST Scholarship recipients announced

Six athletes from across the country were selected for the SVST Competition Team.

Apply for a scholarship to ski with Jacqueline Wiles

The camp will take place at Mt. Hood from July 7–13, 2017.

Apply for the 2016 Berlack – Astle Memorial Fast Skier Award

Athletes can apply for the scholarship until Jan. 31, 2017.

Stiegler Makes a Splash in Sportswear and Slalom

The veteran American has big plans for the upcoming season.

Junior ski racing grants available from T2 Foundation – apply today

Individual grants awarded to deserving juniors to offset the cost of ski racing.

Keely’s Camp for Girls, Blizzard Tecnica announce 3rd annual ‘Girl on Fire’ sponsorship

Female race and freeride athletes eligible for equipment and camp sponsorship.

When should a young athlete specialize?

Facts and informed opinion may carry weight intellectually, but anecdotal observations weigh far more emotionally.

Monforte awarded 2015 Far West Jeff Wattenmaker Scholarship

Squaw Valley and UNR skier receives annual award.

T2 Foundation launches junior team grants for ages 14-19

Application deadline is June 15 for consideration.

‘Fast Skier’ scholarship opens to U16 athletes

Each 2014 winner will receive $1,250, an SRD race suit, and a WCS start coat.

Ski racers receive Jeff Wattenmaker Far West Masters Scholarships

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

Racer Next: The price is (not) right

I recently posed a broad but simple question to ski friends on Facebook: What are some ways to make ski racing more affordable?
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