Member Login

Logging In
Invalid username or password.
Incorrect Login. Please try again.

not a member? sign-up now!

Signing up could earn you gear and it helps to keep offensive content off of our site.


head injuries

Holy Helmets!


New Michigan law proposes skiers be required to pay $100 fine if caught without head protection.

Michigan skiers and snowboarders may be asked to pay a $100 fine if they choose to ski without protection on their noggin, according to a new law being proposed.

Ski Tester Charlie Gaylord Hospitalized

Online Exclusive

Ski tester and professional big mountain skier Charlie Gaylord is in an induced coma following a fall at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on March 22.

Man Arrested After Skiing Collision


A British skier has been arrested on suspicion of assault after a fatal collision at a Colorado ski resort.

SKIING Contributor Hans Saari Dies in Accident


Hans Saari, an extreme skier and SKIING contributor, died of head injuries suffered May 8 in a skiing accident in the French Alps.

Skier Johnson Shows Improvement


Bill Johnson continued to make small gains Thursday in his recovery from a devastating skiing accident in Montana that left the 1984 gold medalist in a coma.

Court upholds sentence in skier death


Oct. 10: Nathan Hall loses appeal in negligent homicide of Alan Cobb.

French Skiing Star Cavagnoud Dies


Super-G skiing champion Regine Cavagnoud died Wednesday at the Innsbruck University Hospital of head injuries sustained two days before in a collision with a German ski coach.

Helmet Law Narrowly Defeated


A proposal to require New Jersey ski areas to provide children under the age of 14 with helmets was narrowly defeated Dec. 13.

Regine Cavagnoud Injured in Collision


Super-G World Cup champion Regine Cavagnoud of France was seriously injured Monday when she crashed at full speed into a coach on a glacier where World Cup skiers were training.

Helmets May Help Skiers Avoid Injury


Helmets greatly reduce the risk of head injuries among skiers and snowboarders, a Norwegian study found.

RSS Feed