2015 U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf, ME
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30 riders will compete at the 2015 FIS Junior World Championships March 8-16 in Yabuli, China.
Now that the World Championships have wrapped in Falun, Sweden, we take a look at case studies in conviction from other countries and where the desire to win comes from.
On a snowy day in Ashikawa, Japan, Olympian Justin Reiter took home his best FIS Alpine Snowboard World Cup result, nabbing second place at the parallel slalom on Saturday.
USSA columnist Tom Kelly takes a look at Jesse Diggins and Caitlin Gregg winning World Championships medals in Falun in this week's Behind the Gold.
The weather finally lifted in Bansko, after a weekend of delays and cancelations due to heavy fog. In a sun-drenched, technically set super G, Lindsey Vonn grabbed third place. Podium regulars Anna Fenninger of Austria and Tina Maze of Slovenia went 1-2.
Deedee Corradin, a former Mayor of Salt Lake City and a driving force behind women's ski jumping has passed away from cancer.
Even with fresh snow on Park City's halfpipe, the Americans were able to pull off a successful day in front of the home crowd at the U.S. Grand Prix halfpipe comp. Kelly Clark took the win and Arielle Gold was second. Taylor Gold was second among the men.
U.S. Alpine Championships
U.S. Alpine Championships heads to Sugarloaf, Maine this year bringing the nations best alpine skiiers to the east coast in March 2015!
Detailed schedule coming soon!