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Whether you’re looking ahead to next NASTAR season, or just looking to get fit and have fun in the sun this off-season, these five exercises are a no-brainer for smart ski racers.
NASTAR has changed the way we think about racing. And Disabled Sports USA has changed the way we think about disabilities. So when the two forces joined up last winter, we were pretty sure good things were going to happen.
For adult NASTAR racers who want to work on technique for next winter, these masters-friendly race camps will help you achieve your summer goals.
How does a summer skiing and training on 11,235-foot Mount Hood sound? It’s not too good to be true — or reserved for elite racers. For several years, a slew of NASTAR participants has been heading to Mount Hood to sharpen skills for the next season. Here’s the lowdown on an up-high summer camp experience.
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Catching up with the father-son snowboard team of Joe and Jacob Landa reminded me that NASTAR Nationals — the racing, podiums, and being outdoors in the mountains — is often simply a backdrop for other awesome things happening among families.
A year ago, Linda Walkup was the victim of a car wreck on a rainy night in Dallas, Texas. But Walkup, a long-time NASTAR competitor, not only returned to the NASTAR Nationals podium this year, she also won her division (women’s 60 to 64, platinum). Here's the story.
What was it like for Marco Sullivan, Jackie Wiles and Ted Ligety to be at Steamboat Resort for the 2016 NASTAR Nationals? Take it straight from the racehorses’ mouths, as the athletes reveal the inside scoop on just how sweet a week at Steamboat it was.
NASTAR capped off a banner 2016 season — adding six resorts, holding two regional championships, and hosting its 19th Nationals competition under new management by the U.S Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA).
Did you get a chance to stop in the SharpShooter Gallery to look at your race photos?
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