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History

Our Histories encompass speed-skiing records since the mid-1800s to 2000, plus a century-and-a-half Timeline of Important Ski History Dates. As a work in progress, the list of ISHA historical resources is constantly growing, as our archive expands and updates. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, let us know by joining ISHA’s Facebook page

Timeline of Modern U.S. Ski Periodicals

1948: Merger of three periodicals into a single SKI Magazine.           Launch of Rocky Mountain Skiing Magazine. 1959: Launch of Ski Life Magazine, New York City. 1962: Ski Life and SKI Magazine...

Historic Trails You Can Ski

Ruthie's Run, Aspen Ruthie’s Run on Aspen Mountain has been the venue for classic, hotly contested World Cup and Roch Cup races over sixty years. On the mild upper section, the whims of wind and...

Matti Nykänen: The greatest ski jumper, or the greatest tragedy?

HARRACHOV, Czech Republic (March 10, 2011) — A 47-year-old ski jumper stands atop a HS-40 ski jumping hill. His body isn’t what it used to be, abused by thousands of jumps and landings and a...

Women’s Ski Jumping Takes Aim at the Winter Olympics

A century-and-a-half after a Norwegian woman soared 20 feet in the world’s first recorded ski-jumping event, female flyers were still fighting for international recognition. At the first recorded...

USSA History

We, here at the national headquarters of the United States Ski Association and Hall of Fame officials, have long felt the need for a book which would contain an early history of our organization...

Snapshots in time

1916: LENIN RECOMMENDS SKIING. “Do you ski? Do it without fail! Learn how and set off for the mountains – you must. In the mountains winter is wonderful! It’s sheer delight.” Advice from Vladimir...

Cross-Country Skating: How it Started

Few sports have changed as rapidly and dramatically as did cross-country skiing in the 1980s. For more than a hundred years cross-country competitors had universally raced with the ancient diagonal...

Plumas Ski Club celebrates 150th Anniversary of American Ski Racing

Carol Burney of Quincy, California, and Eric McGrath of Reno, Nevada are the new world champions of longboard racing, as the Plumas Ski Club celebrated the 150th anniversary of the first ski racing...

Canadian Ski Marathon

If you’re among the thousands of cross-country skiers who’ve won a Canadian Ski Marathon award during the past 45 years, you’ll find your name printed in this voluminous history of what is billed as...

Timeline of Ski Mountaineering

To view Lou Dawson's, Timeline of Ski Mountaineering, visit: http://www.wildsnow.com/backcountry-skiing-history/backcountry-skiing-ski-mountaineering-chronology/

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