Will Rhoads jumped to his best international finishes, taking fourth and fifth in a pair of FIS Cup jumps in Einsiedeln.
Nita Englund scored her career first international FIS Cup podium, finishing third in Frenstat.
St. Paul Ski Club's Christian Friberg soared to his first U.S. title while Jessica Jerome own her 11th.
U.S. Ski Team ski jumping and nordic combined athletes will be vying for the title of U.S. Champion this weekend at the U.S. Ski Jumping Championships.
Over 200 partners gathered for USSA Partner Summit 2014 at the team’s Center of Excellence in Park City this week to celebrate Sochi .
As the second half of the Bjornsen nordic clan, Erik Bjornsen continues to carve out his own niche on the U.S. Cross Country Team.
Past USSA president and CEO Bill Marolt was presented with the 2014 Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award at the Park City Chamber/Bureau’s annual meeting and luncheon on July 16th.
USSA athletes walked away with three awards at the 2014 ESPY Awards.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation has named Daniel Leever and Lynn D. Bleil to its Board of Trustees.
On June 29th, U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) athletes and staff will compete in the third annual Sufferfest.
The Father and son Olympians, David Currier (left) with Lyman Currier at the Olympic Team naming in January in Park City, UT.
USSA initiatives for new Olympic events took a step forward at FIS Congress. FIS will aggregate a host of new event proposals that are relevant with youth and popular with both spectators and global television audiences, and take to IOC.
USSA Chairman Dexter Paine was named to the FIS Council while retiring Council member Bill Marolt was named honorary member for his ilifetime contribution to the betterment of sport.
The Military Mentorship Program (MMP) brings veterans, active-duty service members and elite athletes together to build relationships and share their personal stories of teamwork and perseverance.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, in partnership with the Olympic community of Park City and State of Utah, has been awarded the International Ski Federation’s 2019 World Championships for freestyle, freeskiing and snowboarding.
World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall (Anchorage) headlines a powerhouse team of women nominated to the 2015 U.S. Cross Country Ski Team.
Aspiring young Olympians will have the opportunity to train at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s Center of Excellence this June when ELITEAM Conditioning camp returns to Park City.
Burke Mountain Academy founder and ski racing leader Warren Witherell passed away on May 26th.
The USSA named ten ski and snowboard clubs as its first podium certified clubs as part of its new club development program.
The USSA was nominated by Sports Business Journal as Sports Team of the Year along with the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Blackhawks, Golden State Warriors, Portland Timbers and Seattle Seahawks.