Nastar - ski and snowboard racing
How much protein do NASTAR racers need? Carbo-loading and caffeine? USSA High Performance Chef and Dietitian Allen Tran serves World-Cup-tested
Need to Know
By Jim Schaffner With more than 115 resorts recording 165,000 Nature Valley NASTAR racer days each winter, chances are one (or two) of those days are going to get a little chilly. So here are some of the top tips for keeping your feet warm in race boots this season. 1. Adjust the Shell
Bill Johnson's 1984 Olympic gold inspired a generation of ski racers on NASTAR courses around the country. The U.S. Ski Team's Tom Kelly takes a look back on Bill Johnson's career in his “Behind the Gold” column.
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There is a team of U.S. Ski Team Alumni that will host pacesetting races. Daron Rahlves will host races in the West, AJ Kitt will cover the Northwest, Casey Puckett is the Pacesetter for the Rocky Mountain Region, Kaylin Richardson will host races in the Midwest and Ben Drummond will be the Eastern Regional Pacesetter.
The upcoming Putnam Investments NASTAR National Pacesetting Trials at Copper Mountain, CO on Saturday, Nov. 21 will be the first stop in a series of events that will bring past U.S. Ski Team stars to resorts around the nation. Click For More Info
NASTAR PACESETTING TRIALS AND TEAM NAMING 8:30am-12:30pm – NASTAR Pacesetting 11am – First Tracks festival 1:30 – First Tracks Alpine Team Announcement show begins / Athletes gather 2pm – Announcement 3pm-5pm – Athlete autograph signing.
Win a trip to the NASTAR National Pacesetting Trials
Since its inception in 1968, NASTAR has introduced millions to ski racing and been a consistent asset for hundreds of resorts nationwide. This season, under the operation of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, NASTAR and the U.S. Ski Team will come together to grow awareness of the sport and motivate participants of all ages to get involved...
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