As an abled bodied skier, to learn how to ski race you just need to find nearly any mountain and sign up, but when you are disabled it is different. This is a guest blog post by Arctica Ambassador, and blind ski racer, Abby Duffy.
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Amidst the current coronavirus pandemic, here’s an encouraging message for young ski racers everywhere from Arctica Ambassador Korbinian Rampp.
“It’s all a part of the sport” I keep telling myself as I injure myself for the second time this season. In ski racing, we train our butt’s off 24/7 to be as successful as possible in upcoming races. We put in so much dedication but we still have to take massive chances in order […]
A big shout out to our friend and Arctica Ambassador, Anastasia Seator-Braun of Mammoth Lakes, California. Although this ski racing season has barely begun, she has already received three very special accolades that are directly related to her dedication to ski racing and a testament to her personality and work ethic. Anastasia spends her winters […]
The Buddy Werner League (BWL) pays tribute to this ski racing legend by providing a recreational race program that strengthens young skiers both mentally and physically.
You asked. We listened. Arctica continues to revolutionize ski racing with new race gloves and mitts that are everything you’ve always wanted. Warm, durable, dry, comfortable and good looking. All for $100.
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.
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.
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.
Meet Dylan Roussel. He’s a 15 year old Freshman at Rutland High School in Vermont and he’s the feature of our Ski Racer spotlight this month. Dylan races USSA as a U16 for the Pico Ski Club Alpine Race Team and also for the Rutland High School Ski Team.