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.
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 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.
We’ve reached the time of year when alpine ski racing is wrapping up. As the ski racing season wraps up we too are wrapping up old business and moving on to new. Therefore we are having an end of the season sale. All merchandise that we are not carrying forward to next season is discounted to closeout.
What you need to know about the USSA rules for 2016-17 The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) is working to more closely align the USSA rules with FIS standards at the U14, U16 and U19 levels. There are several USSA rule changes for the 2016-17 season that move them closer to this goal. USSA rules […]
This weekend we are at the USSA GS Race Camp in Michigan. Arctica Race Full Side Zip Ski Pants are well represented on the training course. It’s easy to pick out our racers because they all have all the bright colors. They also look faster. This weekend will be the test when racing begins. It’ll […]