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Six Enshrined in Hall of Fame

Six Enshrined in Hall of Fame

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2014-09-19 22:33
 
ISHPEMING, MI (Sept. 19) - Six athletes and sport builders were formally enshrined into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in Ispheming Friday at the birthplace of organizing skiing in America. Honorees on hand in Ispheming included freestyle pioneer and world champion John Clendenin, freestyle aerials champion Kris Feddersen, globally acclaimed ski film producer Joe Jay Jalbert and Barbara Alley Simon, the wife of ski show pioneer Jerry Simon. The National Ski Association, predecessor to today's U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, was formed in Ispheming in 1905. The Hall of Fame was created in 1954. The Hall of Fame in Ishpeming has now enshrined 394 athletes and sport builders.
 
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  • Six athletes and sport builders were formally enshrined in the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame on Friday at a ceremony at the Hall of Fame in Ishpeming.

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World Cup Coming to Squaw Valley

World Cup Coming to Squaw Valley

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2014-09-19 06:19
 
OLYMPIC VALLEY, CA (Sept.17, 2014) - The fast-paced excitement of skicross and snowboardcross will come to Squaw Valley March 4-8, 2015, with the resort hosting an Audi FIS Skicross World Cup and FIS Snowboard World Cup. This will be the first time the International Ski Federation has brought a World Cup event to Squaw Valley since the FIS Alpine World Cup in 1969. The event will feature the top global stars in the sport, including local Olympian and seven-time X Games champion Nate Holland. Cross racing pits four athletes against each other to race head-to-head down a course of jumps, bumps and berms. Snowboardcross made its Olympic debut in 2006, with skicross in 2010, and both events were among the top spectator events in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
 
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  • Squaw Valley will be the site of an Audi FIS Skicross World Cup and FIS Snowboard World Cup March 4-8.
 


 

World Cup Coming to Squaw Valley

World Cup Coming to Squaw Valley

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2014-09-19 06:16
 
OLYMPIC VALLEY, CA (Sept.17, 2014) - The fast-paced excitement of skicross and snowboardcross will come to Squaw Valley March 4-8, 2015, with the resort hosting an Audi FIS Skicross World Cup and FIS Snowboard World Cup. This will be the first time the International Ski Federation has brought a World Cup event to Squaw Valley since the FIS Alpine World Cup in 1969. The event will feature the top global stars in the sport, including local Olympian and seven-time X Games champion Nate Holland. Cross racing pits four athletes against each other to race head-to-head down a course of jumps, bumps and berms. Snowboardcross made its Olympic debut in 2006, with skicross in 2010, and both events were among the top spectator events in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
 
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  • Squaw Valley will be the site of an Audi FIS Skicross World Cup and FIS Snowboard World Cup March 4-8.

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TAKE 5 with U.S. Ski Team’s Stacey Cook

TAKE 5 with U.S. Ski Team’s Stacey Cook

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2014-09-16 09:05
 

When watching your child play sports, it’s natural to get excited. But it’s also important to make sure you always act as a Positive Sport Parent – on game day and beyond.

Being a Positive Sport Parent means not only keeping your emotions in check on game day, but also always remaining supportive and respectful of your youth athlete – as well as all the other kids and coaches involved in the competition. It’s also vital to remember that as a parent, you have the power to help shape your youth athlete’s attitude about sports.

Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive sat down with U.S. Ski team standout Stacey Cook to get her thoughts on what it means to be a Positive Sport Parent.

In our exclusive TAKE 5 interview, Stacey told us that growing up, her parents always took the time to teach her and her siblings how to navigate the slopes – and life.

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TAKE 5 with U.S. Freeskiing’s Willie Borm

TAKE 5 with U.S. Freeskiing’s Willie Borm

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2014-09-16 09:02
 

When watching your child play sports, it’s natural to get excited. But it’s also important to make sure you always act as a Positive Sport Parent – on game day and beyond.

Being a Positive Sport Parent means not only keeping your emotions in check on game day, but also always remaining supportive and respectful of your youth athlete – as well as all the other kids and coaches involved in the competition. It’s also vital to remember that as a parent, you have the power to help shape your youth athlete’s attitude about sports.

Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive sat down with U.S. Freeskiing Slopestyle standout Willie Borm to get his thoughts on what it means to be a Positive Sport Parent today.

In our exclusive TAKE 5 interview, Willie told us that growing up, his parents were “very much involved” in his development as a skier.

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