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2014 Olympic bronze medalist Alex Deibold has announced his retirement from competitive snowboardcross.

A native Vermonter, 36-year-old Deibold has been snowboarding since the age of four. He attended Stratton Mountain School with fellow teammate Lindsey Jacobellis, and U.S. Snowboard Team halfpipe alums Danny Davis and Louie Vito.

The Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team has announced key staffing changes for the upcoming 2023-24 season across both the men’s and women’s teams. 

“I am really excited about the coaching staff we have now,” said U.S. Ski & Snowboard Chief of Sport Anouk Patty. “We’ve made key changes bringing in proven, world class coaches that will further our strides towards a high performing culture and drive performance.”

Moguls officially closed their 2022-23 competitive season with the Snowbird FIS Open with moguls on Friday and dual moguls on Saturday. The events drew participation from the Stifel U.S. Freestyle Ski Team, American club-level athletes and international competitors. 


Former U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete and Olympian Jeremy Nobis passed away Wednesday morning, April 19, 2023 in Cedar City, Utah at the age of 52.

Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete and two-time Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin, the winningest alpine skier of all time, was named to TIME's 100 Most Influential list in the 'Pioneer' category. 
On the final day of the Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships presented by Stifel, Tommy Ford took home the national men’s giant slalom title.

On Tuesday’s giant slalom U.S. Alpine Championships race, Paula Moltzan skied away with the win.

“This Is my first ever national giant slalom title so it’s fun and I am happy to be here,” said Moltzan.  “It is a nice feeling to be done I am ready for the summer and it’s so nice to be here in Sun Valley. I think they did the best they could with the conditions and recent snow here, so it has overall been a good few races.”

Nine awards were handed out at the Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships presented by Stifel up in Sun Valley, Idahonewly dubbed the Stifel Alpine Awards. The categories spanned from best comeback, most improved, rookie of the year, and staff member of the year.

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