Killington announces ski World Cup tickets on sale Sept 7
World Cup Weekend at Killington drew an estimated 30,000
spectators, prompting U.S.
Ski and Snowboard to propose a two-year agreement for
Killington Resort to host the Audi FIS
Ski World Cup in 2017 and 2018. “We're thrilled to have
Now recovered, Summerhayes is eager to qualify for
the Winter Olympics, which involves an expensive trip to New
Zealand this month with the GB Park and Pipe team for a training
World Cup event. She isn't funded by UK Sport and the
Kitzbühel – The Complete All Rounder
Kitzbühel is most famous for the annual Hahnenkamm
world cup ski race each January which plunges down the
mountainside at 85 degrees. The race is the biggest single sporting
event in Austria, summer or winter, attracting 50,000 or more to
Best Resorts for Early-Season Skiing in Europe
In most cases, early season
skiing is limited to glacier areas in Europe, but on the
upside, you're likely to have the slopes to yourself. You can
travel through quiet, empty airports and be the first to try out
the new season's equipment. The first of
Coronet snow 'world class'
Otago Daily Times
Vonn departs next week for South America where she
will complete a speed training camp ahead of the Alpine
Ski World Cup in Canada at the end of the year. She trained
in the resort two years ago — but an injury meant she was unable to
make the trip
Olympian with local ties early favorite for 2018
Mikaela Shiffrin, of the United States, competes
during an alpine
World Cup slalom in Maribor, Slovenia, Saturday, Jan. 8,
2017. | Photo: AP Photo / Marco Trovati. August 07, 2017 02:34 PM.
The 2018 Winter Olympics are only six months away.
Defunct ski areas: Why healing is so hard
The Mercury News
Abandoned areas include the fabled Edelweiss, a
mile past the town of Twin Bridges, where famed U.S.
Ski Team and
World Cup racer Spider Sabich and his fearless friends,
dubbed “The Highway 50 Boys,” learned to race. It is now Camp
Longtime AP skiing photographer Trovati dies at 73
Atlanta Journal Constitution
In this photo taken Friday, Jan. 16, 2015, alpine
ski photography legend Armando Trovati smokes his pipe
outside of the Lago Pianozes restaurant in Cortina d'Ampezzo,
Italy. Longtime Associated Press photographer and
skiing beat expert Armando Trovati ...