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The U.S. National Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame and Museum, not affiliated with U.S. Ski & Snowboard, announced its eight member Hall of Fame Class of 2023. The class will be inducted at the Snowsports History Celebration in March, which will be held in Park City, Utah.
The class is headlined by two-time Olympic medalist freestyle moguls skier Shannon Bahrke, snowboarding pioneer Jeff Brushie and Olympic champion Billy Demong.
Since snowboarding became an official Paralympic sport in 2014, no country has won more Paralympic medals than the U.S. team. The American athletes have won more than double the next-closest country - 21 medals compared to China, who has won 10.
The highly anticipated 2023-24 freestyle moguls and aerials ski season is around the corner and the domestic and international competition schedule is officially set, with several competitions highlighting the best junior-level and professional-level athletes in the world on home snow.
Another year, another round of big mountain descents, waist-deep powder slashes, and gnarly park and urban skiing shots, all perfectly synchronized to high-quality music, featuring some friendly and familiar faces to get you excited for the upcoming season.
On Sunday, September 16, Olympic champion Jessie Diggins disclosed that she recently struggled with her eating disorder after 12 years of being in recovery.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard is highlighting HERoic trailblazers throughout our winter sports, both past and present. A HERoic trailblazer is a woman athlete who has gone above and beyond in her sport, moving the sport forward through grit and determination and inspiring the next generation of women athletes.
Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Nina O’Brien fractured her left leg in training at a camp in New Zealand.
“I’m really sad to share that I left New Zealand after re-fracturing my leg,” said O’Brien. “Ski racing, I love you but wow you can be brutal. I was having the best camp, and just want to get back to those moments. So I guess we’ll have to try this thing again. At least this isn’t my first rodeo.”
The U.S. Para Alpine Ski Team roster for 2023–24 features a wide range of ages and experiences. Get to know the team before the season starts as they come under U.S. Ski & Snowboard!
Mikaela Shiffrin Ends Season with WIN #88 - Soldeu Giant Slalom 2023
Mikaela Shiffrin's Silver Medal Super-G Run - 2023 World Championships
Mikeala Shiffrin - Greatest Alpine Skier of ALL TIME - WIN 87 - Are Slalom World Cup 2023
Mikaela Shiffrin Ties Stenmark! - WIN 86 - Are Giant Slalom World Cup 2023