Colorado's Arapahoe Basin, site of this year’s AASI Rider Rally, recently received 5 inches of fresh snow, with more in the forecast for this weekend. Scheduled for May 7-11, 2018, this event includes several days of incredible shredding and education with AASI Snowboard Team members and colleagues from around the country, and more than likely, plenty of spring pow!
The event kicks off May 7 with registration and freeriding with team members, followed by four days of on-snow exploration, clinics for all levels of instructors, networking, and parties each evening. Attendees can receive 24 continuing education credits (6 per day). Register here.
Don’t Miss Celebrating the '68 Aspen Interski’s 50th Anniversary
PSIA’s 1968 Aspen Interski Team alumni are ready to reunite to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 1968 Aspen Interski – the only Interski ever held in the United States – this April 6 in Aspen. Register now to ski with members of the 1968 PSIA Team, PSIA-AASI Team alumni and present Team members, then meet and mingle over appetizers and a cash bar at the Limelight Hotel to share memories of this benchmark moment in the history of U.S. snowsports instruction!
Matrix Monday Features Adaptive Videos
The Matrix, your go-to digital resource for professional development videos, keeps adding new instructional clips. In honor of the 2018 Winter Paralympics, happening right now in PyeongChang, South Korea, here are the three videos from the Adaptive Discipline.
Mikaeala Wins Overall World Cup Title for 2nd Year in a Row
Congrats to U.S. Alpine Ski superstar Mikaela Shiffrin, who wrapped up her second consecutive World Cup title Friday, five races before the end of the season. Shiffrin, who recently won gold and silver in the 2018 Winter Olympics, scored a third place podium in a giant slalom race in Germany, earning her enough points for the overall title. She is the second U.S. woman to win multiple titles. Lindsey Vonn has won four.
- Peter Kray