Fans can watch live this weekend as Lake Placid’s Olympic Ski Jumping Complex will be the site of a pair of USSA ski jumping events including Sunday’s U.S. Ski Jumping Championships. The live coverage will be produced by USA Nordic.
Every tenth of a point and tenth of a second counts in the World Cup and Olympics, whether it’s slopestyle or slalom. Just like that, every $10 counts to the U.S. Ski Team, U.S. Snowboarding and U.S. Freeskiing athletes.
The High Fives Foundation has awarded 26-year-old Nick Fairall (Andover, NH) an Empowerment Grant to bring the Olympic ski jumper to the CR Johnson Healing Center for specialized rehabilitative treatments this week.
U.S. Freeskiing, and the entire U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association family, joined the Park City community in mourning the passing of Sam Jackenthal, a wonderful young man and a remarkable athlete.
Liz Stephen powered her way to victory in the seventh and final stop of the Red Bull 400, running up the HS134 meter ski jump at the Utah Olympic Park.
The USSA will take on an expanded role in managing women’s elite ski jumping starting this fall.
Utah girls will have an opportunity to train with Olympians on Sunday, Oct. 4 when the Fast and Female Champ Chat returns to the USSA’s Center of Excellence in Park City.
Lake Placid’s Olympic Ski Jumping Complex will be the site of the U.S. Ski Jumping Championships on Sunday, Oct. 11.
Nita Englund jumped to fifth in the FIS Ski Jumping Summer Grand Prix finale in Almaty to take third in the five-event series. Nina Lussi had a career best 21st.
Nita Englund took a challenge to FIS Ski Jumping Summer Grand Prix leader Sara Takanashi to finish second in the Olympic bid city of Almaty.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) announced Friday that its Vice President, Athlete Career and Education George ‘Jory’ Macomber will be leaving the organization this spring to become head of school at Burke Mountain Academy in Vermont.
Nita Englund was seventh, Nina Lussi 27th as the FIS Ski Jumping Summer Grand Prix wrapped up in Chaikovsky.
Nita Englund was sixth and Nina Lussi 22nd in a strong day for the USA at the FIS Ski Jumping Summer Grand Prix in Chaikovsky, Russia.
Taylor Fletcher skied up to finish 13th in the finale of the FIS Nordic Combined Grand Prix Saturday in Oberstdorf.
Taylor Fletcher roller skied to the fastest time moving up from 39th to finish 19th in the FIS Nordic Combined Grand Prix Friday in Oberstdorf.
Weather played a role in a windy and rainy day for the FIS Nordic Combined Summer Grand Prix at a new venue in the Montafon valley of western Austria.
Taylor Fletcher set the second fastest roller ski pace to finish 12th in a FIS Nordic Combined Summer Grand Prix in Oberwiesenthal.
World Champion Sarah Hendrickson will miss the upcoming ski jumping season after undergoing knee surgery this week.
Jessie Diggins led the U.S. Ski Team in the 15k pursuit finale at the Toppedrittsveka stage race that concluded Saturday in downtown Trondheim. Kikkan Randall took 11th.
Liz Stephen (E. Montpelier, VT) and Kikkan Randall (Anchorage, AK) cracked the top 10 in the third stage of Toppidrettsveka—a 15k skiathlon at the Knyken ski center in Orkdal on Friday.