Archive | August, 2007

Utah to Host 2008 U.S. Jumping, Combined Championships

August 28, 2007 (Park City, Utah) – Three-time Olympian Bill Demong(Vermontville, NY) and 12-time U.S. champion Lindsey Van (Park City, UT)will look to extend their winning streaks March 15-16 when the U.S. Ski Jumping and … READ MORE →

Job Offer – Salmon Hills Outdoor Adventure Center

August 28, 2007 – Salmon Hills Outdoor Adventure Center in Redfield, NY is under new ownership and we’re looking for a “master” (skier, biker, runner, kayaker) that would be interested in working or just living … READ MORE →

Women Jumpers Prep for Events in Lake Placid and Utah

August 28, 2007 (Lake Placid, NY) – The top women ski jumpers in the world – including the six-member U.S. Ski Team – will be in Lake Placid Aug. 28-29 for two days of Continental … READ MORE →

New Sponsors Join 2008 Winter Trails/Winter Feels Good Initiative

August 27, 2007 (McLean, Virginia) –, Turtle Fur and Yukon Charlie’s Snowshoes have joined a stellar list of sponsors and media partners for the 2008 Winter Trails/Winter Feels Good initiative. More than 100 Nordic … READ MORE →

Italian Wax Company Maplus Named US Ski Team Supplier

August 27, 2007 (Park City, Utah) – The U.S. Ski Team has named Italian ski wax company Maplus as an official supplier of the Team, providing wax and technical services, according to Associate Athletic Director … READ MORE →

US Nordic Physical Therapist Conquers Alaska’s Denali

August 27, 2007 (Denali National Park, Alaska) – Aaron Saari, the first fulltime physical therapist for the U.S. cross country and nordic combined ski teams, gave himself a memorable gift for his 32nd birthday: he … READ MORE →

Richard Quincy Named USSA Medical Director

August 22, 2007 (Park City, Utah) – Richard Quincy has been named medical director for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, President and CEO Bill Marolt announced. As medical director, he will oversee the health … READ MORE →

XC Testing Camp Details Progress

Aug. 6 (Park City, Utah) – From on-snow training and some ocean fun in June to intense testing and roller-ski workouts. That was the transition for U.S. Ski Team cross country athletes in their latest … READ MORE →