“To be perfectly frank, I’m not sure I’m in a position to win either of these races,” Mikaela Shiffrin said on Friday night before the start of the Stifel Killington World Cup.
The Middlebury College ski teams finished 10th out of 22 teams at the 2023 NCAA Championships held in Lake Placid this past weekend, with 215 points.
The Middlebury College Nordic and alpine squads combined for a 10th-place finish at the NCAA skiing championship with 209.5 points.
On Feb. 8, Vermont skier Ryan Cochran-Siegle won Olympic silver in the super-G at the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing.
As Middlebury College hosts its annual Winter Carnival this weekend, the college will set off a fireworks display for all to see on Saturday, Feb. 19. The show will begin at 9 p.m. The fireworks will be launched at the Athletic Field, south of Kenyon Aren … (read more)
“As far as I know, Ali is the only professional skier who is also enrolled as a fulltime student,” said Stever Bartlett, head coach of the Panther alpine ski team.
SAALBACH, Austria — Middlebury College skier Erik Arvidsson — the 2016 World Junior Downhill Champion — finished eighth in Saturday’s FIS Ski World Cup downhill race in Saalbach, Austria, scoring his first-ever World Cup points, according to a U.S. Ski Te … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College alpine skiing head coach Stever Bartlett has been named the National Alpine Coach of the Year by the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association. Bartlett, who just finished his 14th season leading Middlebury’s alpine … (read more)
First, the ski areas closed their lifts. Then, one by one, they shut down their parking lots. Now, the message is consistent and clear: Curb your turns. “We were seeing just too many people who may or may not be social distancing, but the risk was there,” … (read more)
CRAFTSBURY — The Middlebury College ski teams finished second overall at the opening carnival of the season this pat weekend, hosted by Harvard at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center and New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort. The Panthers were just four poin … (read more)