Top cross country athletes from across America will participate in 16 races at seven different stops as part of the USSA's annual USSA SuperTour.
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.
Through being pregnant and celebrating the birth of her son Breck Stuart Randall Ellis in April, Kikkan Randall hasn’t stopped moving.
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.
Greg Needell, a long time USSA club coach and national team coach, has passed away.
Nineteen athletes will travel to Mexico to build a house for a family in need.
Five athletes graduated from USSA's TEAM Academy in 2016.
With strong junior results in the 2015-16 season adding to a solid list of previous American nordic combined results, FIS asked Head Coach Dave Jarrett four questions about the future of nordic combined.
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.
After a productive first week training in Bend, Oregon, the athletes took a break to run around with some of the speediest youngsters in the area on Sunday. The women hosted a Fast and Female event, while the guys hosted ‘Speed Camp.’
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.
USSA will recognize accomplished athletes, coaches and leaders at the annual Chairman’s Awards Dinner during USSA Congress.
Aerialist Kiley McKinnon won the female pro/olympic category at the 2016 State of Sport Awards.
The Bryce and Ronnie Athlete Safety and Security (BRASS) Foundation is being formed in memory of Ronnie Berlack and Bryce Astle, two young athletes who died in an avalanche in 2015.