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Ski and Snowboard Club Vail

Team America Foundation announces new 2017 initiatives

Vail-based foundation aims to support promising local racers.

Former Swiss World Cup coach returns to the US

Change is afoot for coaching staffs around the globe.

The Top 10 Ways to Save the World Cup

The wizards behind the White-Circus curtain have been talking about change for decades — without making much change at all.

Kirk Dwyer to end tenure as Burke Mountain Academy headmaster

In June of 2016, Dwyer will assume the role of Executive Director at Ski and Snowboard Club Vail.

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.

SSCV launches junior ski cross program

USSA Club of the Year offers ski cross program for U14/16s under direction of veteran speed coach Erik Steinberg.

Thank you, Bill: The impact of leadership on US ski racing

How soon we forget the days when we measured alpine success by athletes scoring a few World Cup points.

Leever and Bleil named to U.S. Ski Team Foundation Board

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.

Vail’s Golden Peak could be expanded for speed

The Colorado race arena already boasts some of the best November tech training in the world.

Annual awards presented at 2014 USSA Congress

Ski & Snowboard Club Vail cleans up at the USSA Chairman's Awards Dinner, being honored as the 2014 Club of the Year among other accolades.
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