Shiffrin captures 90th World Cup with slalom win in Killington

“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.

Vt. Ski + Ride wins top honor in regional media contest

MIDDLEBURY — Vermont Ski + Ride Magazine has won the top award from the New England Newspaper and Press Association — first in General Excellence — for specialty publications. The awards were announced at the organization’s annual meeting last Friday. It … (read more)

Avalanche claims Lincoln’s Ian Forgays

Ian Forgays was a backcountry skier: “Skiin’ Ian” as he was known and “Lincoln Lynx.” He wasn’t the type of guy you would see on chairlifts, unless it was the Single Chair at Mad River Glen where he worked as a part-time liftie, manning the summit station … (read more)

Trails closed around Vermont, in part due to coronavirus

This story originally appeared on the Vermont Sports website. On Friday, April 3, the State released a statement and formally reinforced the closure of a number of trail networks across the state. In Gov. Phil Scott’s press conference today, Secretary of … (read more)

Shiffrin dominates at World Cup in Killington

KILLINGTON — Before her first World Cup race at Killington, Mikaela Shiffrin was having anxiety attacks, crying and throwing up. That was in November 2016. At the time, Shiffrin was 20 years old, but she already had five years of World Cup racing under he … (read more)