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  1. The best behind-the-scenes moments from PyeongChang thus far

    The best behind-the-scenes moments from PyeongChang thus far February 14, 2018 by Henrik Lampert The Olympics have been rocking: NBC reports half of all U.S. television households have watched the PyeongChang Games—some 110 million TV viewers. NBC viewership peaked at nearly 27 million during young Chloe Kim’s final run, as she won Olympic halfpipe gold. Of […]

  2. Lindsay Vonn WINS 80th World Cup Race

    Lindsay Vonn WINS 80th World Cup Race | Only 6 Races Away From All-Time Most Wins SnowBrains February 3, 2018   skip to 0:54 for Lindsey’s run Lindsey Vonn won her 80th world cup race today in Germany when she won the ladies downhill. She’s now only 6 wins away from tying Ingmar Stenmark (Sweden) […]

  3. Ted Ligety Returns To World Cup Podium

    With Giant Slalom Bronze, Ted Ligety Returns To World Cup Podium For First Time Since December 2015  BY KAREN PRICE | JAN. 28, 2018   In the final giant slalom world cup before the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, an American man stood on the alpine skiing world cup podium for the first time in a year. Ted […]

  4. First-ever Kings and Queens of Corbet’s blows minds at Jackson Hole

    Recap: First-ever Kings and Queens of Corbet’s blows minds at Jackson Hole February 4, 2018 by Henrik Lampert Between the first-ever Kings and Queens of Corbet’s contest living up to the hype and FREESKIER’s 20th Anniversary RV & Party Tour rolling through town, the past few days have been nothing short of legendary here at Jackson Hole Mountain […]

  5. What you need to know about the Winter Olympics

    What you need to know about the Winter Olympics  February 1, 2018 by FREESKIER The XXIII Olympic Winter Games will be held for 17 days from February 9-25, 2018, in PyeongChang, Gangwon Province, the Republic of Korea. This marks the first time the Olympics have been staged in Korea since the Summer Games were hosted in Seoul, in 1988. Japan […]

  6. U.S. team for PyeongChang largest of any nation in Winter Olympic history

    Getty Images U.S. team for PyeongChang largest of any nation in Winter Olympic history By Nick Zaccardi  Jan 26, 2018 The U.S. Olympic team for PyeongChang announced Friday is 242 athletes, making it the largest Winter Olympic team for any nation in history. The U.S. holds the record of 222 competitors at the Sochi Olympics, where it […]

  7. Meet Your 2018 Olympic Freestyle Ski Team

    PHOTO: Peter Morning (Mammoth Mountain) Meet Your 2018 Olympic Freestyle Ski Team Here are the 29 athletes that will represent Team USA in Pyeongchang January 23, 2018 By Jack Foersterling Just over two weeks away, the 2018 Winter Olympic Games will begin February 9 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Late last night, Team USA made their announcement finalizing […]

  8. Vonn, Shiffrin and Ligety Headline US Olympic Team

    Vonn, Shiffrin and Ligety Headline US Olympic Team January 24, 2018 / By SR Staff Nine women and 13 men will represent the U.S. in alpine skiing at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. Olympic gold medalists Lindsey Vonn, Mikaela Shiffrin and Ted Ligety will lead the team which includes several athletes making their debut […]

  9. The Lonely Road Back

    The Lonely Road Back January 12, 2018 / By Tom Kelly – Contributor It had been 10 months since Laurenne Ross lay on the snow at Sugarloaf Resort, Maine, screaming in pain. Ski racing carries risks, as Ross knows – broken pelvis, torn ACL, lacerations to her face from a safety fence, plus that fateful crash in the U.S. […]

  10. T2 Foundation Aims to ‘Send the Kids to Davos’

    January 15, 2018 / By SR Staff T2 Foundation Aims to ‘Send the Kids to Davos’ This year’s World Junior Championships are slated to be held in Davos, Switzerland, and the T2 Foundation, a Park City-based nonprofit, is aiming to raise $40,000 to send the entire U.S. team there to compete. The fundraiser, which seeks small donations from […]

  11. Ganong Sidelined for Remainder of Season

    Ganong Sidelined for Remainder of Season  January 1, 2018 / By SR Staff American Downhiller and two-time World Cup winner Travis Ganong suffered a season-ending knee injury at the recent FIS Alpine World Cup event in Bormio, Italy, which means he will miss the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea. Post-event assessments by a medical team in […]

  12. Shiffrin Crowned Diamond Fox in Kranjska Gora

    Shiffrin Crowned Diamond Fox in Kranjska Gora By Sean Higgins – Senior Editor  January 7, 2018 There isn’t much left to say about Mikaela Shiffrin. In fact, it seems there are not enough adjectives to describe her skiing as of late. Dominant doesn’t quite capture just how, well, dominant she has been this season. Ten […]

  13. EagleVail’s Mikaela Shiffrin passes Bode Miller

    EagleVail’s Mikaela Shiffrin passes Bode Miller into second place on all-time World Cup wins list for American racers Shiffrin wins a GS in Courchevel, France, widens lead in World Cup overall standings By JOHN MEYER | jmeyer@denverpost.com | The Denver Post PUBLISHED: December 19, 2017 at 11:32 am | UPDATED: December 22, 2017 at 11:54 am Philippe Desmazes, AFP/Getty Images Mikaela Shiffrin […]

  14. Vonn Silences Doubters with Win in Val d’Isere

    Vonn Silences Doubters with Win in Val d’Isere By Gabbi Hall – Digital Content Editor December 16, 2017 Given her age and recent injuries, some fans have said that Lindsey Vonn should retire and let younger athletes have their turn on the World Cup. The American responded to those comments loud and clear with a victory in […]

  15. American alpine skiing legend Bode Miller calls it quits

    American alpine skiing legend Bode Miller calls it quits By Kade Krichko After six Olympic medals across five winter Olympic Games, alpine skier Bode Miller is retiring ahead of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games. The most decorated American Olympic skier in history, the 40-year-old made it official recently, announcing that he would be heading to the Olympics […]

  16. US Ski & Snowboard prepares for future success with Project 26

    US Ski & Snowboard prepares for future success with Project 26 November 17, 2017 / By SR Staff Alpine ski racing has a long history of success in America. But how is it positioned for the future? U.S. Ski & Snowboard, the governing body for Olympic skiing and snowboarding in America, is initiating evolutionary changes in how it […]

  17. US Ski & Snowboard puts forward proposals for FIS Council

    US Ski & Snowboard puts forward proposals for FIS Council November 9, 2017 / By Heather Black – CEO   U.S. Ski & Snowboard sent a list of nine proposals to the FIS for consideration at the FIS Council’s November meeting. At the meeting, the Council will decide whether to endorse the proposals as is, request modification of […]

  18. Women’s Ski Jumping USA Returns to its Roots

    Women’s Ski Jumping USA, founded in 2003 to provide U.S. Women Ski Jumpers with the financial support to train, travel, and compete at the highest levels within the USA and the World, is returning to its roots. For a period of time, WSJUSA was also overseeing day-to-day team operations.  Over the past few years, that oversight […]

  19. Lindsey Vonn’s request to ski against men to be heard by FIS

    Lindsey Vonn’s request to ski against men to be heard by FIS next week September 27, 2017 By Ryan Brower Lindsey Vonn’s desire to finish her incredible skiing career by racing against the menhas possibly gotten one step closer to becoming a reality. According to ESPN, “The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) will take a formal proposal to the […]

  20. US Ski & Snowboard establishes partnership with CVA

    June 29, 2017 / By SR Staff US Ski & Snowboard establishes partnership with CVA U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced Carrabassett Valley Academy (CVA) and Sugarloaf as the newest additions to its training partnership program. CVA has been designated as a U.S. Ski & Snowboard High Performance Center and Sugarloaf as a Team Development Site. This collaboration, with the ongoing […]

  21. North Korea Suggested to ‘Co-Host’ 2018 Winter Olympic Ski Events

    North Korea suggested to ‘co-host’ 2018 Winter Olympic ski events June 21, 2017 By Robert Pursell Earlier this week, according to reports from the Guardian and the Washington Post, Do Jong-hwan — South Korea’s minister of sport — announced he will seek help in hosting some of the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics skiing events from […]

  22. AJ Hurt

    AJ Hurt, age 15, the daughter  of Steve and Dana Hurt, is from Carnelian Bay, California, and attends North Tahoe High School. She isa member of the Squaw Valley Ski Team and enjoys playing soccer in the off season. Her goal is to attend college at Dartmouth. In 2015 she was ranked 5th in slalom, […]

  23. Nastar’s Pauline’s Cup Award

    Pauline Borovicka Arias didn’t start skiing until she was in her 40’s, following her treatment for colon cancer. Skiing became her love. She was the first woman to be President of the Miami Ski Club and then together with another past president, she founded the Florida Ski Council. Pauline’s cancer continued to plague her—but never […]

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