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Ski Team Members Visit American Military Heroes

Ski Team Members Visit American Military Heroes

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2015-03-05 16:27
 

The U.S. ski racers returned to Europe after the World Championships with screams of 200,000 hometown fans still echoing in their ears. Medals adorned necks, hundreds of autographs signed, and national newspapers and morning shows called the skiers heroes. But World Cup circuit schedules returned to normal for the athletes when they crossed the pond—eat, sleep, train, race, repeat. Sometimes they get a quick moment to visit a neighboring town, go out to eat or see friends, but breaks are few and far between. However, every year, when the men and women’s teams arrive in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany for speed events, the athletes forgo some of their limited down time to visit the true American heroes at the U.S. military base.

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Record Global Impact for Sprint Grand Prix

Record Global Impact for Sprint Grand Prix

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2015-03-05 10:24
 

PARK CITY, UT (March 5, 2015) – America’s longest-running winter action sports series, the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, wrapped up last weekend at Park City Mountain Resort with historic athletic results and record television viewers worldwide. The event’s premier broadcast, airing on NBC, was up 20% over last year’s Grand Prix heading into the Sochi Olympics, recording the highest rating of any winter action sports series. As an International Ski Federation World Cup, global coverage reached over 60 nations including live or same-day coverage across Europe and Asia.

The entire program was streamed live on NBC Sports Live Extra, with broadcast coverage on both NBC and NBCSN. Through a partnership with Infront Media & Sports, global broadcast television distribution of the event was significant, with the Grand Prix reaching viewers in over 60 countries in North America, Europe and Asia.

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Record Global Impact for Sprint Grand Prix

Record Global Impact for Sprint Grand Prix

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2015-03-05 10:22
 

PARK CITY, UT (March 5, 2015) – America’s longest-running winter action sports series, the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, wrapped up last weekend at Park City Mountain Resort with historic athletic results and record television viewers worldwide. The event’s premier broadcast, airing on NBC, was up 20% over last year’s Grand Prix heading into the Sochi Olympics, recording the highest rating of any winter action sports series. As an International Ski Federation World Cup, global coverage reached over 60 nations including live or same-day coverage across Europe and Asia.

The entire program was streamed live on NBC Sports Live Extra, with broadcast coverage on both NBC and NBCSN. Through a partnership with Infront Media & Sports, global broadcast television distribution of the event was significant, with the Grand Prix reaching viewers in over 60 countries in North America, Europe and Asia.

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Athletes Rip U18 National Champs Tech Events

Athletes Rip U18 National Champs Tech Events

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2015-03-04 10:38
 

COPPER MOUNTAIN, CO (Mar. 4, 2015)—Top U.S. athletes under the age of 18 headed to Copper Mountain, CO to compete for the title of best American U18 racer in the U18 National Championships. The USSA National Training Group (NTG) raked in results, with Vermont’s Burke Mountain Academy showing dominance.

USSA CEO Tiger Shaw congratulated the young athletes on their acceptance into this race with a letter, comparing them to skiers like Ted Ligety, Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn.  “[These] are some of the special athletes that have achieved high levels in our sports,” wrote Shaw. “They were all USSA junior athletes and have backgrounds not unlike you.”

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Mammoth Mountain to Host U.S. Rev Tour Finale

Mammoth Mountain to Host U.S. Rev Tour Finale

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2015-03-04 10:22
 

PARK CITY, UT (March 3, 2015) – The fourth and final stop of the U.S. Revolution Tour has been rescheduled and moved from Mt. Hood Meadows, OR to Mammoth Mountain, CA Mar. 17-20. Mammoth, hosted a successful third stop of the U.S. Revolution tour and will have their world class Main Park slopestyle course and 22ft halfpipe on point for the tour finale. Jake Pates (Eagle, CO), Maddie Mastro (Wrightwood, CA), Birk Irving (Winter Park, CO) and Willie Borm will all be looking to take home the Rev Tour title and a piece of the $67,000 total tour prize purse.

Open Registration starts March 5, 2015 10 a.m. MST. Click here to register.

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Mammoth Mountain to Host U.S. Rev Tour Finale

Mammoth Mountain to Host U.S. Rev Tour Finale

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2015-03-04 10:19
 

PARK CITY, UT (March 3, 2015) – The fourth and final stop of the U.S. Revolution Tour has been rescheduled and moved from Mt. Hood Meadows, OR to Mammoth Mountain, CA Mar. 17-20. Mammoth, hosted a successful third stop of the U.S. Revolution tour and will have their world class Main Park slopestyle course and 22ft halfpipe on point for the tour finale. Jake Pates (Eagle, CO), Maddie Mastro (Wrightwood, CA), Birk Irving (Winter Park, CO) and Willie Borm will all be looking to take home the Rev Tour title and a piece of the $67,000 total tour prize purse.

Open Registration starts March 5, 2015 10 a.m. MST. Click here to register.

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