Ligety and Shiffrin Dominate USOC Award

Ted Ligety and Mikaela Shiffrin continue to tear up the competition as they have been named the USOC Athletes of the Month yet again…this time for the month of March! This is the fourth time in the last six months that Ligety has been honored for the award and an amazing third CONSECUTIVE month that …

Kelsey and Klomhaus Win the First Under 16 Alpine Championships Hosted in Park City

The first-ever Under 16 National Championships for young alpine athletes wrapped Friday with a parallel slalom race at Park City Mountain Resort. Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club, Sky Kelsey earned the boys’ title and U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Academy, Storm Klomhaus captured the girls’ title.   Last Spring Dr. Lester Keller, Regional Alpine …

United States Receives Top Honors at FIS Freestyle Junior World Championships

The United States freestyle and freeskiing athletes took home the honors of the highest overall medal count at the FIS Freestyle Junior World Championships last week with 9 total medals.  Hailing from Telluride, Colorado, Keaton McCargo stood out with two gold medals in single and dual moguls.  The 17 year old completed a 360 on …

Discoe, Schwartz Triumph in Dual Moguls at Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships

Joe Discoe proved himself yet again at the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships as he achieved his third U.S. title Saturday in the dual moguls competition. On the women’s side, Sophia Schwartz came out strong to snatch her first ever U.S. Championship title at Heavenly. “Pure strength was what got me through today,” stated Discoe. “It …

Cook, Ferguson Dominate at Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships

The band was rocking and the pumped crowd was cheering as Emily Cook dominated on the hill to secure her sixth U.S. aerials title at the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships Saturday night at Heavenly. Fellow Massachusetts native, Dylan Ferguson, claimed the title for the men’s division, grabbing an impressive U.S. Champs three-peat. Cook came out …

Ted Ligety to be Honored at Park City

Ted Ligety has had a phenomenal 2012-2013 season as the World Champion and four-time Audi FIS Alpine World Cup giant slalom champion. Ligety had a record setting winter featuring a remarkable three gold medals at the 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, six World Cup wins leading to a fourth giant slalom title and a …

Chip White Finalist for USOC Coach of the Year

Chip White’s coaching dominance has shone through this season, since the U.S. Olympic Committee has selected him as a finalist for the organization’s most prestigious coaching honor, National Coach of the Year. The award will be announced June 21 in Colorado Springs, CO, but this is great recognition for the superb coach. White recently has …

Ted Ligety Wins Slalom Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships

Yet again, Ted Ligety has grabbed another slalom victory to add to his career best season at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships in Squaw Valley in sunny California. Just last week, Ligety won the final Audi FIS Alpine World Cup giant slalom that resulted in a fourth World Cup giant slalom title.   Ted …

Goodman Grabs Slalom Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championship Title

Intense competition went down at the Squaw Valley Olympic slope for the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championship under the California sun and spring temperatures with an incredible amount of spectator support. With World Champion and ski sensation Mikaela Shiffrin in the slalom race, competitors aimed to top her performance. Almost locking in her third straight …

Kikkan Randall Makes Top 3 Overall in FIS Cross Country

Anyone with doubt that the girls can keep up with the boys is sorely mistaken. Alaska’s female athlete Kikkan Randall has shown her dominance in her discipline. As the first American woman ever to break into the top three overall in the FIS Cross Country World Cup, Kikkan Randall has made her mark in the …

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