Despite missing most of the 2013 season, Anna Marno stormed through 2014 to set herself up perfectly for more World Cup starts and a bid to make the World Championships team in 2015. (Sarah Brunson/USSA)
Anna Marno (Centennial, WY – U.S. Ski Team) took her first national title as five-time U.S. national giant slalom champion Tim Jitloff (Reno, NV – U.S. Ski Team) scored his first in super G Thursday at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships.
Americans put on a strong showing during NorAms at Lake Louise and Panorama, with B, C and D Team members grabbing podiums in tech and speed events.
World Cup, Europa Cup, National Training Group and D Team athletes were training in Chile during the earthquake in September—split up between La Parva, Portillo + Valle Nevado—and all were affected by the disaster. Four of them described their experience.
The 2015/16 alpine season starts now with spring training camps in Mammoth Mountain and Arapahoe Basin.
Mikaela Shiffrin shook off a big mistake in the first run to finish strong and take sixth in the Nature Valley Aspen Winterational GS.
The ladies Tech Team is ready for this season's first U.S. World Cup.
The U.S. Ski Team women’s alpine speed team closed a week-long camp today at Mammoth Mountain, marking their first on-snow time with newly appointed speed Head Coach Stefan Abplanalp.
Two-time Olympian Megan McJames (Park City, UT) capped an outanding week of Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships racing with an FIS giant slalom win at Squaw Valley.
Jared Goldberg and Jacqueline Wiles conqured the U.S. Ski Team Speed Center at Copper Mountain Friday to capture U.S. Championship downhill titles. Traditionally held in February, the premier speed title was shifted to December to take advantage of the wo
Olympic gold medalist Julia Mancuso powered through exaustingly soft snow to close women's racing at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships with giant slalom gold upping her own national title record to 15.
Julia Mancuso landed a massive 1.2 second super G victory at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships Friday to extend her national title record to 14 in spring-like Winter Park.
Mountain Plaza roared Saturday as the 2012 U.S. Alpine Ski Team - including Olympic gold medalists Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO), Bode Miller (Franconia, NH), Julia Mancuso (Squaw Valley, CA) and Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) - was introduced during a public celeb
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Growing up in Wyoming, Anna Marno has her dad, a former coach and racer to thank for introducing her to the slopes at Snowy Range. It didn't take her long to get fast, and she qualified for U.S. Championships when she was a first-year J2. After 2010 she got an invite to the U.S. Development Team. Six years later she’s now on the cusp of becoming a World Cup regular.
After missing most of the 2013 season with a blown ACL/MCL, Marno stormed back into action during the Olympic year to land top 10 in all of the NorAm Cup discipline standings (save slalom), including fourth in overall, giant slalom and super G. She also bagged her first Audi FIS Alpine World Cup start with a super G race in Beaver Creek, CO, home of the 2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Championships. A season-capping bronze medal in giant slalom at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships at Squaw Valley, CA has this Colorado gal hungry for more hardware in 2015.
In search of bigger mountains and a larger community, we moved to Steamboat Springs, CO in 2004. In Steamboat I continued to pursue ski racing, graduated High School from the Lowell Whiteman School and was named to the US Ski Team in 2009.”
OFF THE SNOW
First World Cup start, Beaver Creek, CO, SG, 2014