Favorite Mikaela Shiffrin is off to strong start, will she win her 90th Cup? Staff report As the women’s World Cup athletes prepare to race Superstar in Killington this weekend, Mikaela Shiffrin is off to a strong start after […]
By Kevin O’Connor/VTDigger Vermont-schooled Mikaela Shiffrin began the latest World Cup season by skiing through a snowstorm on Killington Mountain to win the only U.S. stop on the international women’s racing circuit. “I hope that everybody enjoyed watching,” the Alpine champion […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
By Karen D. Lorentz As a goal-and-results-oriented major event professional with 30 years’ experience, Katrina Ammer specializes in event oversight for major mountain events, including mountain biking and skiing competitions. She consults for, advises, or leads various large-scale international sports […]