Be careful when purchasing a suit this season. Make sure you will get more than one season of use out of it, by ensuring the suit you buy bears the FIS CS 2015 conformity label. This will guarantee your racer is legal to race either FIS or USSA.
The 2018 Arctica GS Speed Suits are available for pre-order now. These great looking and great fitting ski racing suits are FIS approved and still under $300. Race suits sell out fast. The longer you wait, the harder it is to get what you want. Act now to guarantee shipment of your new ski racing suit no later than October 1.
For first year U19 New York Ski Education Foundation (NYSEF) ski racer Sarah Coombs, it’s all about balance. Sarah has managed to find balance between school, ski racing and friends and family that enables her to enjoy all of these things and thrive.
This past May the FIS Council held their annual meeting to discuss all things that affect FIS racing worldwide. Here is a summary of the decisions from that meeting that affect FIS Alpine ski racing.
The Arctica race suit is unmatched in quality, performance and value. If you don’t have an Arctica race suit yet, now is the time. Here are our top 5 reasons why everyone should be wearing an Arctica Raceflex GS Speed Suit.
This month we are featuring Ethan Seigwart from Petoskey Michigan. In addition to high school ski racing, he is also a U19 with the Boyne Flyers Team Elite.
There are so many dads out there that have had a profound impact on ski racing. Whether you are a coach or a parent on the side of the hill, we know it takes a lot of work to foster this sport we all love. Thanks for doing what you do, ski racing dad. Happy Father’s Day!
This summer you can find Arctica at Mt Hood at the Fuxi Racing Govi 1 Stop Shop. Franz Fuchsberger has moved all operations from Copper Mountain to Mt Hood until Labor Day weekend. His fully stocked race gear shop is all set up in the gas station next to the Mt Hood Brewery. While he doesn’t stock […]
This past May at the USSA Congress, the Alpine Sport Committee revised last years ski length regulations affecting U19 and older ski racers. For 2017, they adopted new USSA equipment rules that will be more inclusive to all.
Fifteen year old, Anastasia Seator-Braun has dedicated her life to training and ski racing. She aspires to race on the World Cup circuit and go to the Olympics someday. Originally from New Zealand, but living in the US, Anastasia has the unique opportunity to train and race in both countries.
In your ongoing quest to make ski racing as affordable as possible I am sure you have wondered when the best time to buy ski racing gear is. Just like purchasing airline tickets, there is no single hard and fast rule to get the best deal.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the ski racing moms out there. Thanks for being a driving force in the sport of ski racing. We couldn’t do it without you.