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Who are the members of the US Ski Team?

Who are the members of the US Ski Team?

U.S. Pro Team athletes Birk Irving (Winter Park, Colo.), Hunter Hess (Bend, Ore.), Jaxin Hoerter (Breckenridge, Colo.), Lyman Currier (Boulder, Colo.), and 2019 FIS World Champion Aaron Blunck (Crested Butte, Colo.) will lead the way for the men.

When is the US Ski and Snowboard World Cup?

U.S. Ski & Snowboard released the 2020-21 alpine nomination criteria featuring positive changes, such as the shift to a two-year team nomination. The 2020 Coop FIS Cross Country Ski World Cup Sprint Finals take place on March 17 at Wirth Park, just outside downtown Minneapolis, Minn.

When does the US cross country ski team start?

The 2019-20 U.S. Cross Country Ski Team just wrapped up a two-week camp filled with challenging workouts, hanging out as a team, and of course fast roller skiing, as they prep for the upcoming FIS Cross Country World Cup season, kicking off in Nov. 29-Dec. 1 in Ruka, Finland.

A membership is for coaches, officials, and those athletes who want to participate at U.S. Ski & Snowboard events. Members also receive: Access to Center of Excellence TV and More…

What does USCSA stand for in ski and snowboard?

Continue to explore our website to learn more about our programs. The USCSA’s mission is to be the national governing body of collegiate team ski & snowboard competition in the United States; providing student-athletes avenues for winter sports competition, education and skills development in a team atmosphere.

Who are the collegiate ski and snowboard governing bodies?

The USCSA is the preeminent governing body for collegiate team ski racing and snowboarding in America. We are made up of over 175 member colleges and universities and 5,000 student athletes.

How often do USCSA National Championships take place?

We hold competitions across 11 Conferences in the United States, culminating in 6 Regional Competitions and our USCSA National Championships in March of each year. We are unique because we value team competition first and foremost, with camaraderie and fellowship at the heart of our organization.

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