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Athletes  »  Hig Roberts

After a successful four years of collegiate ski racing for Middlebury and a stint with Team America and coach Peter Lange during the 2015 season, Hig Roberts rocketed to the U.S. Ski Team B Team. His collegiate career featured to NCAA team slalom championships and an appearance at the 2013 World University Games. During the 2015 season, Hig snagged a third place at the NorAm Cup Finals in giant slalom, and he capped his successful season off with a sixth place finish at U.S. Nationals.

 

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Vonn Nominated for ESPYS Awards

Vonn Nominated for ESPYS Awards

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2015-06-24 14:36
 

The 2015 ESPYS nominations were announced on Wednesday and Lindsey Vonn is a candidate for two awards: Best Comeback Athlete and Best Female Athlete

The ESPYS commemorate the past year in sports by "recognizing major sports achievements, reliving unforgettable moments and saluting the leading performers and performances." The awards will be handed out in a ceremony on July 15.

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Q&A: Will Bode Miller Retire?

Q&A: Will Bode Miller Retire?

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2015-06-16 12:52
 

After his crash at the Vail/Beaver Creek World Championships that ended his comback season, Bode Miller (Franconia, NH) was still nominated to the U.S. Ski Team 2015-16 roster. He addresses the question everyone wants to know: Will he accept? He responds to the retirement speculation, talks about his best moments in his career, what races he wishes he could redo and what who he thinks is the best ski racer of all time on NBC OlympicTalk.

Read Nick Zaccardi's full Q&A on NBC OlympicTalk.

Bode Miller's crash at Vail/Beaver Creek.

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FIS Announces 2015-16 U.S. World Cup Stops

FIS Announces 2015-16 U.S. World Cup Stops

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2015-06-08 17:11
 

VARNA, Bulgaria (June 8, 2015) – The International Ski Federation (FIS) capped its spring FIS Calendar Conference by announcing World Cup schedules for 2015-16, including a host of sites in the USA. Colorado’s Beaver Creek and Aspen resorts, along with Deer Valley Resort in Utah, plus the Olympic villages of Lake Placid in New York and California’s Squaw Valley are set to host the best skiers and riders in the world across a variety of disciplines. Additional World Cup sites will be announced later this spring as a part of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s U.S. Grand Prix tour.

On the heels of a successful FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail/Beaver Creek last year, the Audi FIS Ski World Cup will return to Colorado with races in Aspen Nov 28-29 and Beaver Creek Dec. 4-6. Aspen is also the site for the World Cup finals in March 2017.

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