Sarah Carley, President
Keith Rodney, Vice President
Wioleta Fedeczko, Treasurer
Devon Wright, Secretary
Jeffrey Gay, Events Director-West
Jack Long, Events Director-East
J.T. Robinson, Director of Freeski
Nate Greenberg, Director of Freeski Judging and Officiating
FIS Representative: Ken Gay
1. What year and what country was this photo of Mark Haberle taken? Note the background.
The World Championships were held in Hafjell, Norway in 1995, the year after the Olympics were held in Lillehammer. Notice the runner with the Olympic torch cut into the hillside behind Mark Haberle.
The Vikin Fjord National Telemark Series was sanctioned by USSA and sponsored by Vikin Fjord Vodka and Outside Magazine. The series ran for three years, from 1986-1988 with about 5-8 races each year in resorts from coast to coast. The series concluded each year with the Vikin Fjord US National Championships. There ...
Telemark ski racing is the oldest, hardest, and may be the most exciting form of ski racing! Telemark ski racing is the only world cup discipline that tests all forms of competitive skiing in one top-to-bottom event. Each discipline includes alpine, jumping, and Nordic skiing components. Competitors complete telemark style ...
The Telemark community lost a great teacher, leader and promoter of telemark skiing when Kåre Andersen passed away on December 20, 2012.
USTSA was blessed to have Kåre attend the 2012 US National Championships at Gunstock, NH in March. Kåre enjoyed watching the races, meeting the athletes, speaking to the members and ...
This video captures the history of telemark skiing and recreational skiing by showing the viewer a representation of what skiing in Morgedal Norway might have been in the late 1860's.