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USSA announces avalanche safety foundation in memory of Astle, Berlack

BRASS Foundation aims to honor memory of late athletes while keeping future generations safe.

Jory Macomber named next head of school at Burke Mountain Academy

Current USSA VP of Athlete Career and Education to assume leadership of his alma mater in June 2016.

Former ski racer Nick Sargent tapped to lead SIA

SnowSports Industries America (SIA) is a non-profit trade organization.

Athletes and staff grind through 4th annual ‘Sufferfest’

The group of 53 riders included athletes from all five USSA teams.

USSA adds 61,000 racers in historic union with NASTAR

Skiing's national competitive sport program to be run by USSA next season.

Ginnis, Shiffrin honored as Ski Racing’s Junior Alpine Skiers of the Year

Junior World Championship medalist AJ Ginnis and World Cup slalom title winner Mikaela Shiffrin receive prestigious award at Sugarloaf.

USSA names new Chief Financial Officer

Lifelong skier and athlete Brooke McAffee, CPA, joins the Park City staff.

US Nordic Combined rekindles relationship with USSA

USSA will allocate some funding for U.S. Nordic Combined over the next two seasons.

Reflecting on Sochi at USSA Partner Summit 2014

With 17 medals at last season’s Olympic Winter Games, USSA’s marketing team had many highlights to review at the organization’s annual Partner Summit.

Shaw reflects on first 100 days in office

Interview with USSA President and CEO Tiger Shaw and his 100-day letter highlighting changes and achievements.

US-backed initiative for new Olympic events moves forward

FIS will propose big air, team snowboardcross, an alpine team event and more to the IOC for Olympic inclusion.

Park City awarded 2019 World Championships in freestyle, freeskiing, snowboard

The decision of the governing FIS Council was announced Thursday during the Congress in Barcelona.

OPINION: Early talent identification trade-offs

Is early "talent" identification based as much on financial means as it is on athletic ability at younger ages?

Tiger Shaw’s keynote address at the 2014 USSA Congress

So what does Best in the World mean? Well, it started as a 2007 rally cry.

Shaw: People will not have to be patient for change

President and CEO Tiger Shaw talks with Ski Racing in advance of his key note address before USSA Congress this week.

Record TV coverage planned for 2015 World Championships

New media partnership means American ski fans will have unprecedented coverage of the 2015 Alpine World Championships.

Black Diamond: Move forward or get out of the way

Now is not the time to resist modernizing USSA methods to meet the needs of a changing public and youth.

Macomber tapped for educational leadership role at USSA

Jory Macomber named head of school at the USSA TEAM Academy in Park City, Utah.

USSA readies for Congress 2014

Organization officials held a conference call to brief attendees on topics of discussion at this year's event.

USSA partners with Liberty Mutual Insurance

Liberty Mutual is now the official insurance partner of the U.S. Ski Team.

Olympic medalists lead Park City parade

Park City’s homegrown medalists, including Joss Christensen, Steve Holcomb, Ted Ligety, and Sage Kotsenburg, were the hit of Saturday's parade.

Trisha Worthington joins USSA as chief development officer

Worthington will be responsible for fundraising to support athletic programs through the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation.

Natt named executive vice president of USSA

USSA announces the naming of M. Alex Natt, Esq. as executive vice president and general counsel of the organization.

Tiger Shaw to assume full leadership of USSA on March 3

Bill Marolt will retire as president and CEO of USSA but will continue in an advisory position.
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