Earlier today, an independent report commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) was released regarding allegations stemming from doping control performed at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
President and CEO of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) Tiger Shaw visited PyeongChang, South Korea.
World Cup champion Ashley Caldwell talks about her successful aerials career and what going to the Olympics means to her.
Emily Cook and Jack Boyczuk will be joining the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team aerials coaching staff this season.
The NASTAR National Championships are returning to Steamboat Resort in 2017.
USSA and Clif Bar & Company today announced their partnership making CLIF BAR® the official energy food of the U.S. Ski Team, U.S. Snowboarding and U.S. Freeskiing.
ELITEAM is returning to Park City for the third year.
The National Winter Sports Education Foundation finished on the podium in third place in the International Ski Federation’s FIS SnowKidz Awards.
FIS has announced the 2016-17 World Cup calendar, including 30 events in the USA.
Greg Needell, a long time USSA club coach and national team coach, has passed away.
Four USSA athletes have been nominated in this year’s Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sport Awards.
Nineteen athletes will travel to Mexico to build a house for a family in need.
Hannah Kearney passes along some of her wisdom to teammate Keaton McCargo during a trip to Chile.
Five athletes graduated from USSA's TEAM Academy in 2016.
USSA Director of Sport Education Brian Krill will be departing the organization to take on a new role as Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club.
Burke Mountain Academy is a step closer to seeing its student-athletes train inside the Ronnie Berlack Center following the May 21 official groundbreaking ceremony.
Eight new members joined the USSA Board of Directors at its annual meeting during USSA Congress.
The National Winter Sports Education Foundation is in the final eight for this year's FIS SnowKidz award.
Nine clubs achieved certification this season in the USSA's podium certification process.
USSA President and CEO Tiger Shaw delivers his opening address to 2016 USSA Congress attendees in Park City, UT.
VIDEO: Big Night in Aerials at DV
Ashley Caldwell and Kiley McKinnon went one-two, with Mac Bohonnon second in men's aerials, at the Visa Freestyle International.
Stream #DVFreestyle World Cup LIVE
Watch Friday night's Visa Freestyle International dual moguls finals LIVE at 9-10:30 p.m. EST on NBC Sports Live Extra. Copy and paste link to watch: http://stream.nbcsports.com/ussa/?pid=16487
VIDEO: Kearney Wins #43
Hannah Kearney took her 43rd career World Cup win, taking a moguls victory in Calgary.
VIDEO: Kearney Third in Ruka Duals
Hannah Kearney opened the FIS World Cup moguls season finishing third in a dual moguls event in Ruka, Finland.
VIDEO: Kearney Wins Are Dual Moguls
Hannah Kearney wins the FIS Freestyle Skiing dual moguls in Are, Sweden. It came after an uncharacteristic 14th place finish in single moguls Friday.
VIDEO: McPhie Wins Are Moguls
Heather McPhie wins the FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup moguls in Are, Sweden.
VIDEO: Cook Wins Bukovel Aerials
Emily Cook (Belmont, MA) took the top spot in the season finale FIS World Cup aerials event in Bukovel, Ukraine. Cook's two previous wins came in Moscow, the last in 2011.
VIDEO: Brad Wilson Wins Inawashiro
Bradley Wilson wins his first career FIS Freestyle Skiing world cup win in the Inawashiro dual moguls while Joseph Discoe earns his first podium finishing third.
VIDEO: Americans Sweep Deer Valley
In an American sweep, Hannah Kearney wins the Visa Freestyle International moguls competition at Deer Valley Resort. Kearney was joined on the podium by teammates Heather McPhie (2) and Eliza Outtrim (3).
VIDEO: Outtrim 3rd in Calgary MO
Eliza Outtrim earns her first podium of the year with a 3rd place finish in the FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup moguls in Calgary, Canada.
VIDEO: Kearney Wins Lake Placid MO
Defending World Cup overall champion Hannah Kearney wins her first race back after injury at the USANA Lake Placid Freestyle Cup.
VIDEO: Deneen 2nd in Lake Placid MO
Patrick Deneen finishes second behind Mikael Kingsbury in the USANA Lake Placid Freestyle Cup moguls at Whiteface Mountain.
VIDEO: Walczyk 3rd in Lake Placid
Dylan Walczyk podiums in his second World Cup start at the USANA Lake Placid Freestyle Cup at Whiteface Mountain.
The top freestyle skiers in the U.S head to Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Putnam Freestyle World Cup returns to Lake Placid!
The world's best freestyle skiers return to Deer Valley!