Out of all the American teams cheering for the selection of the Italy Olympics in 2026, USA Nordic perhaps has reason to cheer the loudest.
For the price of $150 per person the program will rent out pedal-assisted Rossignol type-1 electric bikes, which have a limiter that caps the motor assist at 20 miles per hour, to either groups of five or individuals for three afternoon hours seven days a week.
Kipp Nelson took over the role of chairman of U.S. Ski and Snowbaord in May. His main goals are to raise enough money for the athletes to succeed, and improve the organization’s culture.
On Monday, Parkite Rob Lea completed another step on his quest to climb Everest, swim the English Channel and bike across the U.S. when he completed a six-hour trial swim in the Jordanelle Reservoir.
Cold, blustery weather made paddle boarding a daunting task on Saturday, but a handful of die-hard racers still competed at the Park City SUP Festival.
Tosh Martin, a Park City High School junior, was the Miners’ sole selection to the Class 4A UHSAA All-State soccer first team.
The Youth Sport Alliance is planning on expanding its program through the rest of the county, and, depending on a grant from the Women’s Giving Fund, adding two part-time positions.
The International Ski Federation has approved a tentative World Cup schedule for women’s Nordic combined for the first time ever. The first World Cup season is scheduled for 2020. Men have been competing at the Olympic level since 1924.
Emily Cook has been in and around competitive aerials skiing most of her life. She recently accepted the position of interim head coach for the U.S. team.
Chase Campbell, a Park City High School sophomore, has a busy summer schedule, including the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships on July 22-23.
Cyndi Schwandt, 68, was known in the mountain biking community for her love of purple, her enthusiasm for the sport, and her involvement in building the early trails system. On Monday she was remembered with a group ride.
The annual celebration of the Olympic spirit, which is celebrated nationally and internationally, marks the beginning of the park’s influx of summer visitors on June 22.
Quincey Cummings and Mitchell Andrus, two Parkites, turned their experience in sailing and hospitality into an adventure travel business, which as an adventure of its own.
Steele DeWald has his life in Park City down to a routine. After some strange encounters in his 20s, he’s OK with the mundane.
The Weber River Corridor Project is a plan to build a five-mile trail that runs from the Steven’s Grove trail to the Oakley Trail Park in Oakley.
Bald Mountain is still blanketed in snow, and now visitors can see it up close starting Friday when Deer Valley opens three lifts for summer operations.
Mountain Trails Foundation opened its race season with the Round Valley Rambler on Saturday, where two University of Utah med students took first in the half marathon.
Discoe, who competed on the moguls World Cup circuit between 2009 and 2016, joined U.S. Ski and Snowboard’s moguls coaching staff this month.
Summit County will host two stages of the Tour of Utah this year. Canyons Village will host both the start and finish of stage five on Aug. 17, and stage six will start and end on Main Street in Park City.
The Park City High School baseball team and its supporters have been requesting a new field for years. The Park City School board recognizes the demand for the field, but says it won’t finish the ongoing master planning process for at least another six months.