This week in ski news, we’ve gone full off-season mode as a majority of our highlights focus on upcoming ski resort projects. To kick things off, we’ll share with you the latest news from Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows, where the long awaited Base-to-Base Gondola project is finally set to get underway this summer. From there we’ll tell you about a very exciting proposal for a new ski resort in British Columbia, before rounding out the theme with a highlight regarding terrain alterations in Alta. Finally, we’ll recap last week’s Audi Nines event and share a couple of great edits to take you into the weekend. Find out what you need to know from the world of ski news in this edition of Top Five Fridays!
This week, for the first time in months, ski news had something of an “off season” feel. To get things started, we find ourselves sharing a handful of articles that look at the economic results of the pandemic ski season in Vermont and New Mexico. From there, we’ll provide an update regarding the use of H2-B and J1 visas, share with you news of an exciting partnership between Arapahoe Basin and Bluebird Backcountry, and tell you what we know about the 2021 Audi Nine’s event, currently underway in Crans-Montana. Find out what you need to know from this week’s ski news in this edition of Top 5 Fridays!
This week in ski news, we kick things off by tieing up some loose ends in the world of FIS Ski racing, as we caught two great articles regarding one of the U.S. Women’s team’s top athletes, and also have a breakdown of prize winnings amongst all FIS athletes. From there, we’ll recap the last stop on the FIS Freestyle circuit before sharing a couple of interesting articles highlighting impressive uphill feats and finally closing things out with a recap of our favorite ski industry April Fool’s pranks. Find out all you need to know from this week in skiing in this installment of Top 5 Fridays!
This week in ski news, we find ourselves highlighting a pair of conclusions before finding ourselves looking ahead to what next season might hold. First, we’ll cover the last races of the FIS season and share overall results from this year’s circuit. Then, we’ll shift over to the Freeride World Tour and recap the last event of the season and also share the overall winners. After these two recaps, we’ll turn our attention to a pair of articles that look into what next season might look like for skiers. Good news: the future is bright as we look to move past the pandemic. Find out all you need to know from this week’s ski news in this edition of Top Five Fridays!
This week in ski news, we have plenty of competition results to discuss as multiple competitive circuits are beginning to come to an end. In ski racing, we’ve got results from last weekend to discuss, as well as some updates from this week’s championship races which haven’t at all gone according to plan. Plus, we’ll bring you up to speed from last week’s FIS Freeski World Championships in Aspen, as well as the third stop of the Freeride World Tour. Finally, to round things out, we’ll share a cool highlight coming out of Arapahoe Basin, as well as a number of great ski edits from this week. Find out what you need to know from this week in ski news, in this edition of Top Five Fridays!
This week in ski news, we start with back to back highlights from the world of racing, where Mikaela Shiffrin and Jessie Diggins independently teamed up to showcase the dominance of the U.S. Women’s Alpine and Cross Country teams. We’ll explain this take in more detail before shifting gears and telling you about a number of resorts that announced extensions to their operating plans this week. Finally, we’ll round things out with a highlight discussing the role of tour guides in America, as well as a number of great ski edits. Find out what you need to know from this week in skiing in this edition of Top Five Fridays!
This week in ski news, we’ve got plenty of updates coming out of the world of ski racing, beyond our weekly results recap. We’ll discuss last week’s races too of course, but we’ll also share with you an excellent article from the Boston Globe covering Ryan Cochran-Siegle, as well as an incredible update from the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team and the National Brotherhood of Skiers. We’ll give you all of the details we can before rounding out the week with some exciting news for fans of Warren Miller, as well as a number of great edits from this week. Find out all you need to know from the world of ski news in this edition of Top 5 Fridays!
This week we bring you what is sure to be our most competitive Top Five Fridays of the year. Due to sheer luck, this past week we saw a number of different competitions go down, covering just about every angle of the sport. In ski racing, the 2021 World Championships in Cortina came to a close, but not before Mikaela Shiffrin could sneak in one more medal. Plus, the annual Kings and Queens of Corbet’s contest was held, the 2021 X Games Real Ski edits were released, and the Freeride World Tour hosted not one, but two stops of their 2021 series. We’ve got a lot to cover this week, so check in to find out all you need to know from the world of competitive skiing in this installment of Top Five Fridays!
This week in ski news, we kick things off with coverage of what was an amazing week in ski racing, particularly for the U.S. Women’s Team and Mikaela Shiffrin. We’ll share as many details about that as we can before shifting gears to bring you the latest update from Ischgl, Austria, where last March’s Covid-19 outbreak has resulted in an opportunity to learn more about the virus’s antibodies. From there, we’ll bring you up to speed with the latest from transportation considerations in Utah’s Little Cottonwood Canyon before rounding out the week with a pair of essential stories regarding racial diversity within skiing. Find out all you need to know from this week’s news in this edition of Top 5 Fridays!
Well, we’ve got a bit of a mixed bag of ski news for you this week, as we cover everything from the latest FIS results, to ski resort strategies for combating climate change. In ski racing news, Mikaela Shiffrin pulled off an improbable podium finish while Travis Ganong put up a number of quality finishes. We’ll also check in on the Covid-19 situation in regards to the ski industry worldwide, before unfortunately having to bring you up to date on even more avalanche tragedies. Fortunately, we’re able to end the week on a high note as a number of great edits were released this week. Find out all you need to know from this week in skiing in this edition of Top 5 Fridays!
Well, it’s been an admittedly tough week in skiing. On the competitive front, it was tough going for both the Men’s and Women’s U.S. Ski Teams, and while we got to enjoy another year of X-Games, the results from that competition haven’t sat well with many in the freeski community. We’ll fill you in on all of those details, as well as a story from Time Magazine highlighting the difficult Covid-19 dynamic in Jackson Hole this winter. Finally, we also have the regrettable duty of sharing a number of stories regarding avalanche deaths in what was an absolutely brutal week. Fortunately, we do have a few great edits this week to help lighten the mood. Find out what you need to know from this week in skiing in this edition of Top 5 Fridays.
This week in ski news, we’ve got one of our most video-heavy recaps ever. If you’re a visual learner, this one’s for you. We’ll kick things off as we always do this time of year, with a recap of the latest FIS races, before previewing this weekend’s upcoming X-Games. From there we’ll share the latest perspectives on the ski industry from the CEO’s of Aspen Skiing Co. and Vail. Finally, we’ll round this week out with a cool story about the world’s first nordic ski-sharing program as well as a number of incredible edits. Find out all you need to know from this week in the world of skiing, in this edition of Top 5 Fridays!
This week in ski news, we bring you up to date with the latest in ski racing news, including an exciting announcement regarding Lindsey Vonn and the NBC Sports broadcasting team. Plus, we’ll tell you about the latest situation in Europe where ski resorts in bordering countries are experiencing difficulties due to varying governmental policies. Plus, we’ll check in on the latest from the proposed Salt Lake City gondola project, before rounding things out with some updates from the Freeride World Tour, as well as a number of great edits. Find out all the news you need to know from this week in skiing in this edition of Top Five Fridays!
This week in the world of skiing, the biggest news comes out of the competitive circuit as we have two huge highlights to share: Mikaela Shiffrin has won her first slalom race in over a year, and Jessie Diggins has just become the first American to win the Tour De Ski. We’ll give you more details about both of those items, before checking in on the status of Covid in North America. Find out all you need to know in this week’s installment of Top Five Fridays!
This week, we try to maintain some sense of normalcy even as the world around us continues to grow ever more chaotic. We’ll begin that effort by recapping last weekend’s World Cup Ski racing action, followed by touching base on the latest news from the ski industry in North America as it continues to maintain a normal ski season amidst a pandemic. From there we’ll also bring you some exciting news from Washington’s Mount Spokane before finally rounding the week out with an excellent editorial from the New York Times highlighting Kai Jones, as well as a number of excellent edits from the week. As always, find out what you need to know from this week in skiing in this edition of Top 5 Fridays!