Sam Morse makes the jump from D Team to C Team in 2017, and looks forward to more crushing on the mountain. (USSA)
Laurenne Ross (Bend, Oregon) and Ryan Cochran-Siegle (Starksboro, VT) claimed the top of the podium in Saturday's super G at U.S. Alpine Championships in Sugarloaf, Maine.
For the sixth time in the resort’s history, Sugarloaf will host the nation’s top men and women skiers at the U.S. Alpine Championships March 25-28.
Mikaela Shiffrin, who swept the tech series and clinched the slalom globe at Squaw Valley, California, is attempting to bring home her career first overall World Cup title this week in Aspen, Colorado.
River Radamus won the silver medal in alpine combined, the third medal for the U.S. Team at the 2017 FIS Junior World Ski Championships, Saturday.
Sam Morse and Alice Merryweather led a U.S. downhill sweep at the 2017 FIS Junior World Ski Championships Wednesday.
In this installation, Alpine Press Officer Megan Harrod sits down with U.S. Ski Team C Team athlete Sam Morse to discuss #WhatMakesAChamp.
This is a team that is destined to have success after Erik Arvidsson led a record four Americans into the top 10 at the World Junior Championships.
The road to Sochi looks slightly different but not any less promising in 2016 as the 2014 Olympic Games venue plays host to the 2016 FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships.
The North American Snowsports Journalist Association East has named Sam Morse (Carrabassett Valley, ME; Carrabassett Valley Academy) and Alice Merryweather (Hingham, MA; Stratton Mountain School) the Don A. Metivier Golden Ski Award winners for 2014.
Brian McLaughlin (Topsfield, MA; Green Mountain Valley School) and Sam Morse (Carrabassett Valley, ME; Carrabassett Valley Academy) finished 16-17 to lead the U.S. Ski Team in men's downhill Sunday at the FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships.
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Carrabassett Valley Academy can claim that they helped guide Bode Miller into being one of the best in the world. Now they can also say they helped Sam Morse get on that path too. The young gun didn’t disappoint in 2014, obliterating the FIS race circuit to become the number one downhiller in the country within his age group. He also placed top 30 in both slalom and giant slalom at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships in Squaw Valley. The results, coupled with a good work ethic, earned Morse both the Golden Ski Award (for the top junior skier in the East) and a spot on the U.S. Ski Team.
Morse snagged some impressive results at World Juniors on the 2014 Olympic track in Sochi, with a fourth in downhill and 13th in the combined. Downhill day in Sochi was a historic day for Morse and his teammates. While teammate Erik Arvidsson (Woodside, CA) was crowned downhill champ, Morse followed suit with fourth, with Florian Szwebel (Avon, CO) seventh and Drew Duffy (Warren, VT) in 10th. Morse knows what it's like to be part of a team and build teammates up, yet he also knows how to put the hammer down on the mountain. Keep an eye out for him in 2017 as he makes the move from D Team to C Team. Moose on the loose!
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4th, DH, Junior World Championships, Sochi, RUS, 2016