Heading to the Val D’Isere World Cup Downhills, way psyched. Will be wearing my new Holderness helmet in Europe for the first time, very cool. Nothing like traveling light!! Be back for Santa!! #HoldernessSkiing
So excited about today. Always nice when things come together, I make some good turns, and go fast! Another race tomorrow and lots more skiing a head! Thanks @lakelouise for putting on some fun races. #lakelouise #canada #downhill @volklskis @pocsports @holdernesstoday @yeskidsboston @t2foundation
I feel the excitement stirring in the depths of my stomach again. I haven’t felt it for a while, maybe years now. My vision was tunneled by one thing: win, win, win. With a singular focus I lost sight of why I was ski racing and where the joy actually lies. You may wonder, “Where is […]
I traveled to KUA for Holderness Day yesterday, what a blast. Ran into my niece and tons of friends from Holderness. Below are a few pictures.
Heading to VA this week for some strength work. My old conditioning coach has moved there and I really like her program. going to be a brutal work week, but all good. looking forward to the return trip to beautiful VT…
When there is no snow around you have to find other fun activities to entertain and challenge yourself. I have recently taken up wake surfing and I am completely addicted.
After my media tour of NYC, we visited the Harlem YMCA to visit with some local kids and talk about what I do. I sometimes forget that not everyone skis and listening to their questions was really interesting, many of them really do not know much about skiing.
I’m in NYC for a few days to help promote skiing at the SIA Snowdown. Working with Madshus and cross country skiing. Should be a ton of fun, but really hot! Then heading to the Harlem YMCA with Volkl Skis to talk about following your dreams with a bunch of kids from their sports camp.
By Geoff Mintz December 6, 2013 For the U.S. women’s speed team, there is not much good news to report from the first of two downhills in Lake Louise. On a track where last season the Americans earned six of nine possible podium spots, today they recorded four of the five slowest times after 30 […]
Julia Ford is named to the 2014 Olympic Team. Ford is one of 20 skiers named and is one of a number of athletes from New Hampshire. While a majority of Julia’s success and international experience has been in downhill and super-g events, her coaches have recognized her all around ability and have selected her […]