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Babson College Takes Top Spot in USCSA Men’s Slalom

Paul Rechberger from Castleton University wins his first national title.

Clarkson University Wins USCSA Team Title in Men’s Giant Slalom

Rocky Mountain College student earns individual title by huge margin.

Sierra Nevada College Dominates First Day at USCSA National Championships

Athletes from around the country have descended on Lake Placid, N.Y.

USCSA recaps a successful 2017 national championships

Despite challenging weather conditions, the collegiate national championships soldiered on.

Rocky Mountain College dominates USCSA slalom races

555 collegiate athletes representing 66 universities are competing in 24 events.

Teamwork and fireworks: What USCSA National Championships are made of

Catch the highlights from the league's marquee event in Lake Placid, N.Y.

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?

Sierra Nevada continues streak with victory in men’s GS

USCSA National Championship action continues at Mt. Bachelor.

USCSA National Championship kick offs at Mt. Bachelor

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

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.

Farrell named VARA Collegiate Skier of the Year

Brad Farrell honored by the Vermont Alpine Racing Association with the same accolade received by his older brother in 2012.

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?

Shaw redefines ‘Best in the World’ to include sub-elite track

Tiger Shaw tells Eastern leaders, "I want my staff's feet held to the fire" regarding promises of partnership.

OPINION: Elitist attitudes threaten junior ski racing’s sustainability

As USSA membership rates decline, what can be done to reverse the trend?
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