2024/25 FIS Alpine World Cup Calendar Draft: North American Races and New Challenges

22 hours 56 minutes ago
Peter Lange

The 2024/25 FIS Alpine World Cup calendar draft is set to excite fans with thrilling races and intriguing changes, including new events in North America. The details of this proposed calendar promise a captivating blend of familiar venues and new challenges for the world's top alpine skiers.

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ARCO Ski Camp: Cost-Free Opportunity for Athletes with Stifel US Ski Team’s River Radamus

2 days 3 hours ago
SR Staff Report

Stifel US Ski Team's River Radamus, the 11th highest-ranked men's GS skier globally, is spearheading an incredible opportunity for developing athletes. He's excited to unveil the first ARCO ski camp, set to span five days in Copper Mountain Resort this May and will be free of charge to participants. The genesis of this idea traces back to discussions last summer during the ARCO foundation announcement.

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Alpine Racing Collective is Hiring Alpine Head and Assistant Coaches for the 2024/25 Season

3 days 1 hour ago
Ellie Hartman

Alpine Racing Collective (ARC) is based in Park City, UT.  Based on the momentum and demand for our alpine program we have Alpine Head Coaches and Assistant coach positions within our U8, U10, U12, U14/16 programs for the 2024-2025 season.

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Improving the Alpine Ski World Cup: Ideas for Safety, the Calendar, and Spectator Experience

3 days 23 hours ago
Andrea Cappelletti

Recently, top athletes have openly participated in discussions concerning injuries, the race calendar, auxiliary events at races, and how the Federation manages skiers. As has always been the case, their concerns fuel essential debate.

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EMSC: Colorado’s Most Internationally Diverse PG Ski Club Roster

5 days 2 hours ago
Helen Olsson

Of all the ski and snowboard clubs in Colorado, the club with the most diverse international roster is—wait for it—Eldora Mountain Ski Club (EMSC), a program known more for supporting the aspirations of local Front Range wintersports athletes. Eldora’s PG FIS roster includes ski racers from Argentina, Australia, the Dominican Republic, Ireland, Lebanon, Mexico, and Switzerland, as well as a handful of racers from the United States. A total of eight nations have athletes on the roster.

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Austria’s Passion for Ski Racing: Uniting Fans and Shaping National Identity

1 week 1 day ago
Christof Thöny

Austiran ServusTV, a private broadcaster belonging to the Red Bull Group, devoted the entire evening on Monday to the Hahnenkamm race, which would take place the following weekend. In the following days, viewers anticipated the highlight of the World Cup season from an Austrian perspective every day at prime time before the races in Kitzbühel started on Friday.

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Braving the Elements: Victorious Downhill Runs at NorAm Cup Finals Leads to Securing the Titles

1 week 1 day ago
Ellie Hartman

The NorAm Finals kicked off with a downhill race. Challenging weather conditions canceled the second downhill race. Isaiah Nelson and Allison Mollin won and earned downhill NorAm Cup Titles. Wiley Maple and Haley Cutler also achieved the second NorAm Cup downhill titles.

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