The holiday rush is officially over. Which means it’s the perfect time to focus on your own skiing and riding, and maybe even check out a different ski area for a refreshing change of view. Here are three upcoming events worth packing up your boards to attend.
Robert “Hak” Hakkinen earned PSIA Central Division certification pin #00159 in 1962, promptly pinned it to his parka, and hasn’t taken a run without it since. Here are some highlights of his life skiing and teaching in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Here, PSIA Alpine Team members Joshua Fogg and Kevin Jordan share their takeaways from the individual presentations they attended from Bulgaria and Belgium.
Every advanced skier and snowboarder knows that carving is the most consistent, high-octane opportunity a rider has for getting thrills and testing skills.
This new resource offers guidance for a fitness training regimen that promotes improved movement and body longevity for snowsports instructors.
PSIA-AASI recently announced its 2020 National Team and Coach Selection process and how it will help the association leadership continue to select the nation’s best instructors to represent the organization at its highest education level.
PSIA-AASI teamed up with SNOW Operating to provide a YouTube video series that shows beginner skiers and riders how to ski and snowboard and what to expect on their first day.
Apply takeaway tips from the Slalom races to improve their own skiing.