Getting Up To Speed

Getting Up To Speed

Fall sped by like a Bullet Train through a short tunnel. A total blur. November was masked by October and caught all of us on our heels. It’s now the end of January and I feel like December was last year. Joking aside, a lot has happened in the past four months. Eight...
Fifth And Rising

Fifth And Rising

And just like that, final exams have come and gone. Didrik, Olav, and JC have graduated, and our returners are now busy with summer plans and recharging at various locations world-wide. The UAA Ski Team wrapped up a successful 2022 campaign with a fifth place finish...
Best Laid Plans

Best Laid Plans

A lot of planning goes into a season of competition. Particularly from Alaska. Race schedules fought over and agreed upon on are put in place the spring before the first snowfall. Once dates and sites are finalized, we look for the most economical way to go on tour....
Shots In The Dark

Shots In The Dark

Alaska is famous for being really light. Land of the midnight sun. But right or wrong, our northern paradise is better known for being really dark. Both seasons have their pros and cons. Anchorage, resting at 60 degrees latitude north, owns the Alaska-lite version of...
Podium Sweeps, National Champions, Must Be January…

Podium Sweeps, National Champions, Must Be January…

And just like that, the holiday break is over. It was a busy one. The Alpiners had a small crew at the Canadian Panorama Nor-Am series and scored some solid results. Leon Nikic was ready to start his first World Cup – a slalom in Zagreb on Jan 5th, but got rained out....