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  1. 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. […]

  2. 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 […]

  3. 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 […]

  4. 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 […]

  5. 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 […]

  6. 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 […]

  7. Adaptive Skiing – Spotlight on Jasmin Bambur

    JASMIN BAMBUR Sport:      Alpine Skiing Height:   6-1 Weight:   187 Classification:   LW11, Sitting Date of Birth:    Aug. 28, 1979 Birthplace:   Zrenjanin, Vojvodina, Serbia Current Residence:   Granby, Colo. High School:   Piedmont HS (Indian Trail, N.C.) ‘98 College:   University of North Carolina at Charlotte ‘03, International Business;  Middle Georgia College ‘01, Sports Medicine Coach:    Kevin Jardine   Personal When he was just 12 years old, Jasmin Bambur […]

  8. 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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