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World Cup 2023

November 16, 2023
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The People who make it all happen

November 23, 2022
After receiving 'positive snow control' last Wednesday that gave races the  official green light to go ahead, crew perfects course KILLINGTON—Killington Resort received a positive snow control announcement from FIS (International Ski and Snowboard Federation), the governing body of the Audi FIS Ski World Cup, on Wednesday morning, Nov. 16. With this announcement, Killington Resort…

U.S. Ski & Snowboard to launch women’s initiative ‘Heroic’ at 2022 Heroic Killington Cup

November 23, 2022
U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced the launch of the Heroic Initiative—a movement celebrating and empowering women in skiing and snowboarding, on Nov. 10, in advance of the Killington races. The multi-faceted program will be brought to life at the newly renamed 2022 Heroic Killington Cup presented by Stifel, the world’s most attended women’s FIS World Cup, as a…

World Cup Program 2022

November 16, 2022
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Looking Back: A review of the Killington Cup over the past 4 years at Killington Resort

November 24, 2021
  By Polly Mikula Mikaela Shiffrin, who attended Burke Mountain Academy in Vermont, has won the Slalom race at Killington every year since the World Cup began here in 2016. Can she do it again for the fifth time? “I could hear the crowd the whole second run, from the start to the finish,” Shriffin…

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Looking Ahead: What the Olympics mean for this season

November 24, 2021
By Polly Mikula The 2021-22 Alpine racing season will feature the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing, China, from Feb. 4-20, 2022. Due to Covid-19, the Olympic test events in 2020 and 2021 were canceled, so the Alpine racers will head into the Olympics without having skied the tracks. The 44 athletes nominated to represent the U.S. will…

What to know for the 2021 HomeLight Killington Cup

November 24, 2021
Tips for the best spectator experience The HomeLight Killington Cup brings approximately 100 athletes representing over 20 countries to compete in Slalom and Giant Slalom events — as well as crowds of spectators to watch them. Additionally, the event is broadcast to an audience of 2.1 million people in 60 countries. In addition to Superstar…

Skiing during World Cup weekend

November 24, 2021
In addition to making snow on Superstar for the World Cup races and Skyelark for a training run,  the snowmaking team is also aggressively working to expand terrain for top-to-bottom skiing and riding for non-racers eager to ski while at Killington Resort.  Once again, on Nov. 5, Killington was the first resort in the East…

HomeLight Killington Cup 2021 program

November 18, 2021
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The Killington World Cup Foundation awards over $225,000 in grants to 21 nonprofits

October 7, 2020
The Killington World Cup Foundation (KWCF) recently awarded 21 grants totaling $228,000 to Northeast region nonprofits in eight states through a competitive grant opportunity. Combined with matching funds and multi-year grant commitments, the KWCF’s effort will contribute more than $400,000 in resources to winter sports infrastructure in the region. These grants were made possible as…

World Cup Program 2022 Part 1

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World Cup Program 2022

January 1, 1970
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