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February 11, 2022                                                                View this email in your browser

 

Come Join Us this Saturday, February 12
to Celebrate Our 2022 Olympians!

Bring Family and Friends to the Jumbotron at International Bridge in Vail!
Starting at 4 pm-Live Music, Food, Drink & Winter Games Event Broadcasts
Arrive by 5 pm-Guest Speakers, SSCV Olympian Video Greetings & More!
Stick Around for the Men's GS starting at 7:15 pm
Thanks to Columbine Cafe & Bakery for donating cookies for this event!
RSVP to sschmidt@skiclubvail.org.  Details below.

Olympian Corner

Getty Image.  SSCV alumna Paula Moltzan has two fantastic finishes in Beijing!  Details below.

Seventeen Ski & Snowboard Club Vail athletes and alumni compete against the best in the world in Beijing

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SSCV athletes and alumni Olympian press coverage below, including among top 20 finishes, a gold medal for Ayumu Hirano in snowboard halfpipe, an 8th place finish in slalom and 12th place finish in giant slalom for Paula Moltzan, a 9th place finish for Mikaela Shiffrin in Super G, a silver medal for Julia Marino in slopestyle, a 10th place finish for Kai Owens in Mogul, a 15th place finish for River Radamus in Super G and a 16th place finish for Dylan Walczyk. 
  • NBC - February 10, 2022 - Ayumu Hirano lands multiple triple corks, wins gold in dramatic halfpipe final - READ MORE
  • U. S. Ski & Snowboard - February 9, 2022 - Moltzan 8th - READ MORE
  • U.S. Ski & Snowboard - February 7, 2022 - Moltzan 12th in Olympic Debut - READ MORE
  • U.S. Ski & Snowboard - February 6, 2022 - Marino Wins Silver in Slopestyle - READ MORE 
  • Vail Daily - February 6, 2022 - In her Olympic debut, Vail's Kai Owens finishes 10th - READ MORE
  • Vail Daily - February 5, 2022 - Dylan Walczyk finishes in 16th place in men's moguls Olympic final - READ MORE
  • Conan Daily - February 5, 2022 - Malaysia’s Jeffrey Webb, Aruwin Salehhuddin in Beijing, China for 2022 Winter Olympics - READ MORE
  • Vail Daily - February 3, 2022 - Walczyk finishes in 10th to advance to men’s moguls finals at Winter Olympics - READ MORE
Top Left: Hayden Tyler in third for Big Air; Top RIght: Kade Martin stands on top of the podium with teammate Augustino Teixeira by his side in third in halfpipe; Bottom Left: Riley Jacobs smiles big at the top of the podium for Halfpipe, Bottom Right: Riley Jacobs earns another spot on the podium in third for Big Air

A Rewarding Canadian Nationals NorAm Cup


The Canadian Nationals NorAm Cup in Calgary was a successful event with Ski & Snowboard Club Vail athletes taking four podiums. Kade Martin won his first NorAm taking 1st place in Halfpipe under the lights. Augustino Teixeira was close behind in 3rd place.  The next day Hayden Tyler took home a 3rd place finish in Big Air.  Also worth noting, Olivia Lisle received two 4th place finishes in her first international event. Brooklyn Depriest and Evan Wrobel also made finals in Big Air.

Skier Riley Jacobs also had an amazing event, placing 1st in Halfpipe and third in Big Air. Congrats to everyone who competed in Canada!
115 athletes born 2007 or later competed in slopestyle and mogul events this
past Sunday for the first day of the Steadman Clinic Vail Cup

Youngsters shine at Steadman Clinic Vail Cup - Join Us Again for Kombi on Saturday (2/12/22)


It was a huge turnout of over 115 entrants for the first day of the Steadman Clinic Vail Cup events hosted by Ski & Snowboard Club Vail at Vail Mountain.  Youngsters year of birth 2007 and younger competed in slopestyle and mogul events this past Sunday.  The next event in this fun-filled family-oriented complimentary entry level competition series which is open to the public is a Kombi on Saturday, February 12 for athletes year of birth 2006 and younger.  Don’t miss out on all the fun.   Register at www.vailcup.com. Many thanks to SSCV’s Steadman Clinic Vail Cup Presenting Sponsors The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute and Title Sponsors Alpine BankArrigoni WoodsBeck Building CompanyDiscover VailGroove Auto and Rocket Fizz!

SSCV Future Stars Head Coach Pam Peterson said, "With clear blue skies and great snow conditions, athletes from our part time programs gathered for our first of four Vail Cups with a Slopestyle and Mogul Competition. Our Future Stars athletes have been working hard on all of their skiing skills, skiing bumps, powder, hard pack, the terrain park, steeps and have had time on the race course. All of these components crossover to all of the disciplines within alpine skiing. SSCV Future Stars had an impressive showing throughout the competition. The coaches are very proud of our athletes and the effort they put into the competition.  There were competitors from Vail DEVO as well as from the general public. Our next Vail Cup will be held Saturday February 12th with a Kombi Race which is a combination of GS and SL turns on the Main Arena of the race venue. Come out and cheer on these athletes who may one day be a Star of the Future!"

Vail Daily Coverage
Photo Album



Plenty of fun at SSCV Family Fun Days on Golden Peak - Join us for the next one on March 27


There was a great turnout this past Saturday at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail’s inaugural Family Fun Days on Golden Peak.  Whether charging down the duals course head to head, racing against the clock in the single course or free skiing and riding on lower Golden Peak in the morning, lapping the t-bar on the Golden Peak Expansion in the afternoon or enjoying the Apres and awards ceremony at the end of the day, Family Fun Days was a great time for all.  Top five results here.

Many thanks to all those who participated along with SSCV Family Fun Days Sponsors Alpine Bank, Fortius Capital and Rocket Fizz, 2/5 food sponsor Up the Creek, Candy Bag Sponsor Rocket Fizz and prize donors Alpine BankHotronics and Phunkshun Wear.

The second Family Fun Days of the season will be held on Sunday, March 27.  Details and advance registration are at vailtownseries.com on the Family Fun Days tabs.  There will also be day of registration from 10 am – 10:30 am.

Vail Daily Coverage

Top: Coaches Max Pulsifer, Willis Englehart, and Kevin Sundheim stand by their athletes after a successful competition in Mammoth; Middle: Roxy Surridge takes first in Halfpipe at Futures Tour at Copper Mountain; Bottom: Liam Brogden and Luke Leal both stand on the podium with 3rd place finishes in Park City for Halfpipe

An Exciting Couple of Weeks at Futures Tour


The Futures Tour is a FIS/USASA sanctioned slopestyle and halfpipe event. Freeskiers and snowboarders from across the nation compete and have a chance to make it to the next level of competition. Athletes participating in FIS/USASA sanctioned Futures Tour events will have a clear pathway to the FIS Nor-Am Rev Tour events. The next step after USASA events, Futures Tour ensures that young athletes of the future have a platform to compete, and can see a pathway to becoming a professional skier or snowboarder. It is inspiring watching Ski & Snowboard Club Vail athletes and alumni progress through this ladder in competitive skiing and snowboarding, including the USASA Nationals, Revolution Tours, Grand Prix, World Cups, and finally the Olympics. In this pipeline, anything is possible! 

Mammoth (January 19th-21st)

It was a great week at the first Futures Tour of the season at Mammoth. Grace Simek and Oliva Lisle put down challenging runs and impressed judges to earn spots on the podium. Grace Simek put down a clean finals run of right lead safety 3 to left cork 9 lead mute to back 2 out of the rail to front swap to switch on the flat down tube earning herself 1st place in Slopestyle. Olivia Lisle also put down a beautiful run, placing 3rd in Halfpipe.  Coach Willis Engelhart commented "I'm so proud of all of the athletes and their effort to land their runs! It was a great performance for them all in their first contest of the year. Also, a big congrats to Grace Simek for taking 1st place in Slopestyle and Roxy Surridge and Kenna Keenan making finals in Halfpipe!" 

Copper Mountain (January 29th)

Roxy Surridge had an impressive run and a high score to win the Futures Tour Halfpipe competition at Copper. She was eager to podium after just missing it by two spots the week prior in Mammoth. Her hard work this season continues to pay off!

Park City (February 1st-4th)

The week started off warm as athletes adjusted to the jumps, rails, and smaller halfpipe, but temperatures dropped and wind increased on Tuesday just in time for the first competition. Skiers and snowboarders competed in both Slopestyle and Halfpipe and two athletes earned their place on the podium, skier Liam Brogden and snowboarder Luke Leal. Liam Brogden secured a 3rd place finish with an impressive run of left 5 to big japan air to left 7 to switch right 3 to an unexpected 9 to end his run.  Luke Leal also put down a solid run to earn a 3rd place finish in Halfpipe.

Coach Max Pulsifer commented "It was really awesome to see how much Liam persevered in this competition. He fell both runs at the previous Futures Tour with tricks he normally has. It was a huge blow to his confidence, but it was great to see how he came out in Park City. He didn't let any doubts get in his head and he did what he does best...just ski. Coach Land and I know that the 16-foot pipe messed with a lot of athletes because we are used to a 22-foot pipe. He didn't make any excuses about the pipe and he did so well. He aired out just as high and did the same tricks he normally would in the 22-foot pipe."  

The next futures tour returns to Copper Mountain for Slopestyle on February 22nd. Athletes are looking forward to it as they have been training at Copper all season. Athletes will travel to Northstar for the final Futures Tour of the season in March.
Nordic racers gather eagerly at the start line for the Ski & Snowboard Club Vail Nordic Town Series on January 26th

Nordic Town Series Attracts Racers of All Ages


Nordic racers of all ages have been gathering to compete in the SSCV Nordic Town Series,  a fun community-based competition series for children and adults alike.  The final Nordic Town Series event is March 19 at 10 am offering a 3k, 5k and 20k (location TBD).  Details on the Nordic Town Series tab at vailtownseries.com. Many thanks to SSCV Nordic Town Series sponsors Arrigoni Woods and Groove Auto along with prize donors Hotronic and Phunkshun Wear.

SSCV Press Release - January 26 Nordic Town Series
Vail Daily Coverage - January 26 Nordic Town Series
Results - January 26 Nordic Town Series
Photo Album - January 26 Nordic Town Series
SSCV Press Release - February 9
Results - February 9 Nordic Town Series
Photo Album - February 9 Nordic Town Series
Hunter Salani charges down the course

SSCV Towers Above the Competition at Colorado Ski Cup FIS Qualifiers - Ski & Snowboard Club Vail athletes claim 15 podiums


Vail Daily - February 1, 2022 - The Colorado Ski Cup was back in Vail over the weekend as Alpine athletes gathered this past weekend for the Colorado Ski Cup FIS giant slalom competitions at Golden Peak. These competitions were qualifiers for the U18 National Championships and the Senior National Championships to be held in Sugarloaf, Maine in March. Current and Former Ski & Snowboard Club Vail athletes dominated the competition, taking 15 podiums (U18 and overall combined) and 23 top-10 overall finishes over the two days of racing. READ MORE

SSCV Press Release
Photo Album - individual on hill athlete photos by Brian Ogawa
Photo Album - podium photos for 1/29/22
Ski & Snowboard Club Vail Athlete Jenna Meyers airs off a cliff during her winning run at the Freeride Junior World Championships, the biggest event for juniors in the sport of big mountain skiing

Vail skier Jenna Meyers wins Freeride Junior World Championships

17-year-old big mountain skier tops field in Austria


Congratulations to SSCV athlete, Jenna Meyers, for placing first at the Junior Freeride World Championships on Kappl, Austria! Jenna joined the best junior freeride skiers, ages 15-18, in the world, from 18 different countries, to compete for the title of Junior Freeride World Champion. As one of 16 girls invited, Jenna impressed judges with a technical, fast, fluid, and aggressive run. She scored an 80.67 and took an early lead. This event plays a huge role in the development of up-and-coming skiers as they advance from the Freeride Junior Tour, to the Freeride World Qualifier, and for a talented few, to the Freeride World Tour. 

Vail Daily - January 26, 2022 - Vail skier Jenna Meyers was as excited she could be to compete in Austria at the Freeride Junior World Championships this week. But that didn’t mean she wanted to go first of the 16 competitors in the field. Her coach at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail, Matt Luzcow, said being first to drop isn’t usually a good thing in the sport of big mountain skiing, in which judges score skiers on how well they take on a steep, cliff-laden face of a mountain. “It’s usually a disadvantage because the judges don’t have anything to base their scores on,” Luzcow said. But in Meyers’ case, the opening position suited her well, and she cruised handily to victory in the top juniors event in big mountain skiing. READ MORE
Ava Keenan of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail on her way to victory at the
Rocky Mountain Freestyle Comp Series mogul competition on Vail Mountain

SSCV moves mountains at Rocky Mountain Freestyle COMP events in Vail

Ski and Snowboard Club Vail claims six podiums in individual and dual moguls event


Vail Daily - January 25, 2022 -This past weekend, Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) hosted Rocky Mountain Freestyle (RMF) COMP series mogul and dual mogul events on Vail Mountain. In a large, competitive field, SSCV mogul athletes shined and took six podiums and 12 top-10 placements. This level of RMF competition is fully sanctioned by U.S. Ski & Snowboard, with competitions in mogul and dual mogul, and is the most highly competitive series out of the three offered by RMF. READ MORE

SSCV Press Release
Photo Album - January 22, 2022
Photo Album - January 23, 2022

SSCV Age Class Prep athletes show their skills

Young athletes claim numerous top-10 finishes at Rocky Mountain Division Youth SkillsQuest Competition


Vail Daily - January 20, 2022 - On Monday, Ski and Snowboard Club Vail hosted the inaugural United States Ski and Snowboard Rocky Mountain Division Youth Ski League SkillsQuest competition, providing young ski racers across the division the opportunity to grow as athletes while also having fun with teammates at an action-packed event. Young SSCV athletes in its Age Class Prep program experienced this unique style of skill-gauging for the first time on their home mountain and took 20 top-10 finishes across the age classes. READ MORE

SSCV Press Release
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SSCV’s Andrew Lombardi, with teammate True Bennett on his tail, approach the finish at the Nordic Town Series 5-kilometer freestyle race at Maloit Park

Great turnout at second SSCV Nordic Town Series race

91 athletes competed in freestyle races Jan. 12 in Minturn


Vail Daily - January 19, 2022 - Ski and Snowboard Club Vail’s Andrew Lombardi and True Bennett were neck-and-neck from start to finish at the Ski and Snowboard Club Vail Nordic Town Series 5-kilometer freestyle race Jan. 12 at Maloit Park. Eventually, Lombardi would eke out the close victory, winning by just three seconds over his teammate. Cyrus Creasy rounded out the podium in the long race. READ MORE

SSCV Press Release

Current and former SSCV athletes pepper podium in recent competitions

Ski and Snowboard Club Vail thrives at home competitions over weekend


Vail Daily - January 12, 2022 - This past Saturday, young Alpine athletes had the opportunity to compete on the Golden Peak course in Vail for the first Rocky Mountain Division Age Class competition of the season. During the two days of slalom racing, Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) athletes raced their hearts out on their home mountain, taking 117 top-five positions across the two days and eight total slalom races. READ MORE

SSCV Press Release
Photo Album - January 8, 2022
Photo Album - January 9, 2022

 

SSCV Takes 13 Top Ten Finishes at The Colorado Ski Cup


SSCV Press Release - January 9, 2022 - The Colorado Ski Cup kicked off the new year with Beaver Creek’s race crew hosting the first 2022 race at Golden Peak in Vail. Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) current and former athletes had the upper hand at their home mountain during the single day of giant slalom racing and took four podiums and 13 top-ten finishes. READ MORE

Vail Daily Coverage - scroll down

SSCV Hosts Rocky Mountain Freestyle RQS and DEVO Mogul Competitions 


SSCV Press Release - January 10, 2022 - This past weekend, mogul skiers gathered in Vail for the first RQS and DEVO Rocky Mountain Freestyle series competitions of the season. SSCV athletes established themselves at home with multiple top 10 placements throughout the different age classes and competition levels. 

The first day of the Rocky Mountain Freestyle competition was an RQS (Rocky Qualifier Series) event. This level of competition is a stepping stone between the other two series, DEVO and COMP, allowing mogul athletes ages 11 and older as of December 31 who are not competing in the DEVO or COMP series to compete in a 2-jump timed competition. READ MORE

Vail Daily Coverage - scroll down

Notable Results at Wilder Dwight Speed Races at Aspen Highlands


The challenging Wilder Dwight Speed Races on January 15th and 16th showcased development level speed elements by including three jumps, two camel bumps, steep turns and plenty of speed! The event also doubled as a qualifying event for the upcoming Rocky/Central Championships events in March. SSCV athletes earned notable results in both Super G and Downhill. 
Photo Credit: Brian Ogawa

FIS Men Highlights

-Carson Hume- 1st place SG #2 (first career FIS win), and 5th place in SG#1
-Everett Dooley- 3rd place in SG#2 (after a bad crash in DH training)
-Hunter Salani- top 5 in all four races (1 podium in DH)

FIS Women Highlights

Downhill #1
1st - Zoie Palmer

Downhill #2
1st - Zoie Palmer

Super G #1
1st - Kjersti Moritz
2nd - Liv Moritz
3rd - Zoie Palmer

Super G #2
1st - Kjersti Moritz
2nd - Liv Moritz

U16 Boys

Downhill #1
2nd - Stewie Bruce 

Downhill #2
2nd - Alex Krupka

Super G #1
1st - Andrew Gunther
3rd - Henry Andrie

Super G #2
1st - Alex Krupka
2nd - Tyler Hopkins
3rd- Stewie Bruce

U16 Girls Highlights

Nicole Begue won the first race by more than 2 seconds. In the second race Ashley Anderson placed 2nd and Nicole Begue was 3rd. Many other U16 girls had strong performances. Sage Sappenfield, Maizy Douglas, Anika Jobson, and Vika Zaytseva all also landed in the top ten in both races.

Congratulations to January's 3C Character, Courage and Commitment Athlete Award Winner: Spencer Peterson

Spencer had quite the difficult summer. He started feeling low on energy, and not well all the way back in June. After visiting the doctor, there were several metrics that caused concern, however the root of the problem could not be determined. He was back and forth to Denver and Boulder visiting doctor after doctor, but no one could figure out what was wrong. He was told his spleen was enlarged, he had legions on his lungs, there was damage to his esophagus, his blood counts were off, and on and on, still with no solution. Only scary news.

Spencer has always been extremely committed to his strength and conditioning program, and while he wasn't able to ski, he was still trying to get his work done in the gym.... albeit with no ability to recover or sustain energy. Despite not being able to participate in almost anything, he stayed engaged, and didn't complain to his coaches or teammates.

In late December the doctors decided that he would be able to return to skiing, with some modified protection over his spleen. Still with no diagnosis, and a good bit of fear, Spencer returned to skiing and training. This past weekend in Aspen, Spencer was able to participate in four Downhill and Super G races. High speeds, jumps, bumpy conditions, and the normal fear of Downhill were all in play, but with minimal preparation, and a ton of determination and resilience, Spencer was able to charge down all four race courses. 

Many others would be deterred or defeated, but throughout this horrifying process, Spencer stayed positive and committed, and finally displayed a tremendous amount of courage to tackle the race courses this weekend. - Ian Lochhead - SSCV Head FIS Men Coach

Congratulations to the 3C January Athlete Nominees:

Henry Andrie, Mason Cruz-Abrams, Tyler Hopkins, Kenna Keenan and Luke Leal

Congratulations to January's 3C Character, Courage and Commitment Staff Award Winner: Pam Peterson
 

Pam Peterson continues to go above and beyond what her role requires. She is passionate about the athletes she oversees and is committed to their success and love for the sport. The kids are always having fun and smiling which is a feat in itself with managing the largest program of our youngest club athletes. Before the season began Pam created a very detailed survey with questions about the athletes. Parents were asked to complete these questions prior to the program starting. Pam took that data from 85 athletes and used it to make sure the kids were grouped with the coach and kids that would be the "best fit" success. This type of detail just shows how much she cares. She is always the first to stay late and help pick up the clubhouse, bring donuts for her staff in the morning, and helps without ever being asked. Pam continues putting in extra time to make sure everyone is getting what they need. This type of commitment is exactly what the 3C's is all about!” - Taryn Miletti - SSCV Club Manager

 

Congratulations to the 3C January Staff Nominees:

Tiffany Hoversten, Eric Peppter

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SSCV Photo Highlights

U16 Girls first day of the new year on Golden Peak
SSCV Team at the conclusion of the 2021 Xfinity Birds of Prey Downhill race on that Saturday.  We thank all Alpine staff, volunteers and athletes!
Age Class Prep athletes warming up before their race on January 30th
Athletes ski under the lights for a World Cup in Mammoth

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THE NEW SWIX Merino Roto Fleece! Item number- T18W

New to the SWIX Brush program is the specially designed, Merino wool brush for cold application of waxes.

After finishing with a hand brush, residue from hard wax can remain in the lowest points of the structure, this remaining wax can grab small, sharp snow crystals and create what is known as dry friction.  READ MORE
 
How to access the SSCV Key Partnership SWIX purchase opportunity.

Remember- You must first register an account, then sign in under that account.  Please follow the steps below!
 
 Please follow this link-  www.teamswix.com/club

  1. Register an account under your email address using the code in the next bullet point, specific to your Team/Vail-
  2. club-vail-NScZ2Yb4
  3. You will need to register your first and last nameemail address, then create a password of seven letters and one number (containing 1 lower and 1 upper case letter).

 Once you register, then you can login and enjoy your hard coded Key Partnership SWIX discount.

SSCV Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed for the following events. Both on hill and off hill positions are available.

Sync Qualifiers - February 15 - 18
Nordic JNQ - February 19 - 20
Alpine U18 Nationals - March 1 -7
Big Mountain Event - March 3 - 4
 
 
Volunteer sign-up and related volunteer information is available here. Each volunteer must sign the Volunteer Waiver at this link prior to taking part in any volunteer activities.  Please know how grateful we are for your volunteer efforts and all that your help makes possible. We could not run these events without you.

Club Announcements

Accepting February 3C Nominations for SSCV Athletes and Staff Members!


At the very core of what the SSCV staff does each day is develop CHARACTER, COURAGE AND COMMITMENT in our athletes both on and off the hill as well as emulate CHARACTER, COURAGE AND COMMITMENT for them as their role model.  Please take the opportunity to nominate an athlete for this very important recognition.  An SSCV staff member is also selected each month December through April as a 3C staff winner.  Anybody can nominate any SSCV athlete or staff member for 3C recognition.  The February 3C nomination deadline for athletes and staff is Wednesday,  February 16.  You can quickly fill out a nomination form online at the links below. 
Nominate an Athlete!
Nominate a Staff Member!

SSCV Classified Group on Facebook

 

Just a quick reminder that SSCV has an SSCV Classified Group* on Facebook.  This is a forum for those looking to buy/sell gently used equipment and gear.

* Go to SSCV Classifieds Group on Facebook and request to join the group. You need a Facebook account to participate.

More In the News - SSCV Athletes and Alumni

Walsh excels at World Para Snow Sports Championships

Thomas Walsh placed fourth in the men’s standing category of the super-combined event at the 2021 World Para Snow Sports Championships in Lillehammer, Norway, missing the podium by just over a second. 

  • Team USA - January 23, 2022 - Walsh Ends Team USA's Run in Lillehammer With Top-16 Finish In Parallel - READ MORE
  • Team USA - January 21, 2022 - Walsh Ranks in Men's Slalom World Top 10 - READ MORE
  • Vail Daily - January 18, 2022 - Walsh places fourth at World Para Snow Sports Championships - READ MORE
  • TEAM USA - January 17, 2022 - Walsh Finishes in the Top Four to Lead Team USA in Super Combined Competition - READ MORE
  • TEAM USA - January 10, 2022 - U.S. Alpine Skiers Hit The Slopes in Lillehammer for World Championships - READ MORE


(Photo by Lee-Jin-man)

SSCV Alumnus Thomas Walsh continues to excel

  • Team USA - January 23, 2022 - Walsh Ends Team USA's Run in Lillehammer With Top-16 Finish In Parallel - READ MORE
  • Team USA - January 21, 2022 - Walsh Ranks in Men's Slalom World Top 10 - READ MORE
  • Vail Daily - January 18, 2022 - Walsh places fourth at World Para Snow Sports Championships - READ MORE
  • TEAM USA - January 17, 2022 - Walsh Finishes in the Top Four to Lead Team USA in Super Combined Competition - READ MORE
  • TEAM USA - January 10, 2022 - U.S. Alpine Skiers Hit The Slopes in Lillehammer for World Championships - READ MORE


(Photo by Lee-Jin-man/AP)

University of Utah kicks off NCAA season with a win at MSU Invitational

Including a win from SSCV alumnus Nellie Talbot

 

Ski Racing - January 20, 2022 -  The University of Utah started the 2022 RMISA NCAA circuit with a bang, winning the Montana State Invitational after a strong performance Tuesday and Wednesday. The races were hosted at Bridger Bowl and consisted of one GS and one slalom. Montana State University and Denver University finished the series ranked second and third, respectively. READ MORE

Mikaela Shiffrin makes history with 47th World Cup slalom victory - Win breaks tie with Ingemar Stenmark for most World Cup wins in a single discipline

 

Vail Daily - January 11, 2022 - Mikaela Shiffrin has made history. Shiffrin used a blistering second run to storm back from fifth place to overtake the red-hot Petra Vlhova in winning the Schladming, Austria World Cup slalom event Tuesday evening. The win was her 47th career World Cup slalom victory, breaking a tie with the great Swedish Alpine skier Ingemar Stenmark for the most World Cup wins in a single discipline. READ MORE

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Just think of how much you may be purchasing online these days including your holiday shopping, groceries and your other shopping needs.   Please consider taking a moment to register with the companies below to support SSCV athletes through your applicable purchases.  Join Giving Assistant to start donating a percentage of your online purchases from stores like Home Depot, Target and Gap to name a few. You can also sign up with CitiMarket and Amazon to have your purchases generate donations to SSCV.

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