A dozen athletes were formally named to the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team on the eve of the 2014-15 FIS World Cup season that begins Nov. 29-30 in Ruka, Finland.
Since its launch, USSA Crowdfunding, a fundraising partnership between the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s (USSA) and RallyMe, has helped USSA athletes and clubs raise nearly $140,000.
ZARGES, a leading manufacturer and distributor of aluminum cases, is proud to announce that they have been selected as a partner of the USSA.
In his first marathon ever, U.S. Nordic Combined athlete Billy Demong was able to finish at the incredible pace of 2:33:05.
Gold medals were the theme of the night at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation's 48th annual New York City Gala Thursday, Oct. 30. at the American Museum of Natural History.
Olympians Kelly Clark, Alex Deibold and Devin Logan spent their Halloween weekend visiting the United States Military Academy at West Point as part of USSA’s Military Mentorship Program (MMP).
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame announced ten athletes and sport builders as inductees elected to the Hall of Fame who will make up the Class of 2014.
USSA hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, October 14th to celebrate the 126 solar panels that were installed at the Center of Excellence.
The USSA in partnership with RallyMe is launching a groundbreaking funding platform exclusively for its athletes and clubs.
Bryan Fletcher took a commanding one minute, 34 second lead after the jump then held off brother Taylor to take his first U.S. Nordic Combined Championship title.
Nick Fairall won his second career title and Sarah Hendrickson here third on the K95 meter jump in Lake Placid at the U.S. Ski Jumping Championships
Hundreds of people gathered to witness the dedication of a new, 33,000 square foot Racing Performance Center at the Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS).
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that Olympic champion Lindsey Vonn will reprise her role as Ambassador for the Games, which will take place in February 2016.
America’s top ski jumpers and nordic combined athletes will compete in the U.S. Ski Jumping Championships (normal hill) and U.S. Nordic Combined Championships during the Flaming Leaves Festival in Lake Placid on Sunday, October 12.
World Champion Sarah Hendrickson returned to the podium finishing second in Trondheim behind Sara Takanashi.
Young girls will have the opportunity to spend an afternoon training alongside Olympians and U.S. Ski Team stars when the Fast and Female Champ Camp returns to the USSA Center of Excellence in Park City on October 5th.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame formally enshrined its class of 2013 in Ishpeming, MI.
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.