Monthly Archives: July 2016

Downhill: Transforming experience … into results

UPDATED (July 21) – For over two decades the Canadian Rockies have been a picture-perfect backdrop for athletes, coaches and volunteers working tirelessly to deliver one of the most reliable race blocks on the FIS calendar. Over a three-week period … Continue reading

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Downhill: The Experience Factor

“Finally I’m figuring out how to mentally attack these downhills. Before I was always kind of nervous because it was my first or second time skiing these courses. But this is my third year in Bormio and I feel like … Continue reading

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Downhill … where are we going?

Downhill has always been at the cutting edge of alpine ski racing. Bold, brassy and bullish – always pushing the limits of excitement. From the spectacular recoveries of Toni Sailer on the Tofana in the 1956 Cortina Olympics to Franz … Continue reading

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