Friday, November 27, 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.

Kirchgasser injures knee in Courchevel

Austrian will miss three to four weeks.

Top 5 Ski Racer Tips for Ballin’ on a Budget

Traveling with ski gear doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg.

Challenging Vermont conditions allow podium shake-ups in NorAm slalom races

Jett Seymour surprised the field to take first NorAm win.

Friends and Colleagues Mourn the Passing of Hank McKee, Legendary Ski Journalist

Remembering Ski Racing’s one-of-a-kind free spirit.

Former Ski Racing editor honored with FIS Journalist Award for work with NBC Sports

Steve Porino transitioned from a downhiller on the U.S. Ski Team to a print and broadcast journalist.

A New Vision for Masters

A firsthand account of recruiting more racers through specific initiatives.

How to set healthy expectations for your child’s ski season

Expectations tell your children what’s important to you and establish a standard toward which they can strive.

The Tale of the Head-Turning Boot Bag

U.S. Ski Team and Denver alum Sterling Grant Babbitt designs high-end boot bag for racers.

No sticker, no start: U14 and older athletes need this FIS helmet sticker

If your helmet doesn’t have the FIS-approved label, your race may never start this season.

NASTAR pacesetting trials set for Copper in November

Olympic gold medalist Ted Ligety headlines 2015-16 roster of national pacesetters.

Elliott Gould named associate editor at

Former College of Idaho ski team captain excited to cover women’s alpine and domestic events.

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.

Racer Next: Timing isn’t everything

Live-Timing has its benefits and drawbacks. Are you overinvested in your children's race results?

Results matter: But to get them, ignore them

There are a lot of misconceptions about the role of results in achieving ski racing goals.

Svindal makes it 100 for Norway with victory in Val Gardena

Canadian Jan Hudec finishes second and Bode Miller eighth on a foggy day in Italy.

Be the best ski racing parent you can be

Dr. Jim Taylor provides a review of his past articles to help ski racing parents be as supportive as possible.

Ski Racing launches interactive Gear Guide

The Gear Guide on our website is your one stop shop for race-specific information on all junior and adult equipment.
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