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Brian Fairbank, Lindsey Jacobellis, Dan Egan, Phil Johnson, Alba Adventures, Kim Jackson and Eric Wilbur Honored
Attend the AGM to learn more about the Paul Robbins Outstanding Competitor of the Year nominees.
Vote for the Carson White and Bob Gillen Awards. Vote for Competitor of the Year at Annual Meeting
Join NASJA’s Olympic Preview via Zoom, Thursday Jan. 20, 2022, 7 p.m. ET
Join our Holiday Celebration on Zoom, Monday, Dec. 20, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT
Join us on November 23, 2021, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT
Stuart Winchester is the editor and host of The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast.
Laurentian Ski Museum Hall of Famer Rochelle Lash writes Hotel Intel weekly for the Montreal Gazette and Canada’s Postmedia affiliates.
Tom Kelly excelled as the voice of the U.S. Ski Team through three decades – and 100Olympic medals.
Congratulations to Jessie Diggins, 2X Winner of the Paul Robbins Outstanding Competitor Award
It’s often said that everyone wants to go to heaven, but no one wants to die.
As snowsports journalists we can never let up on communicating the importance of skiing safety.
Twenty-twenty was awful and turning the calendar page to 2021 has yet to yield much relief.
Dec. 17 was officially declared a snow day in my hometown of New Canaan, Connecticut.
When people ask me how to get ready for skiing this season, I tell them: “Be prepared.”
The stay-at-home orders of the past eight months created a huge pent-up demand for outdoor recreation.
Skiers and riders everywhere are expressing an unprecedented level of anxiety over the coming season
I have this winter all figured out.
Is Made for Social Distancing
No one wears a GoPro while golfing.
Quarantining at home, we’re all facing a bit more downtime than usual.
What will skiing, riding and XC look like in 2020-21?
During this, the most disruptive event of most of our lifetimes.
We recognize that the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is top of mind for many travelers.
To qualify for NASJA Press membership, even the organization’s president needs to be credentialed.
Technology is all around us in snowsports.
I fail to remember a month where so much has transpired in snowsports.
We Are The Fortunate
Resorts are communicating directly with consumers through social media.
An efficient professional organization exists to serve its members.
There are budding communicators spread throughout North America.
When the Eastern Slope Inn in North Conway, N.H., hosted the first organizational meeting of the Eastern Ski Writers Association.
I am honored to become NASJA’s new president and would like to thank Iseult Devlin.
More than 30 members, along with some guests, enjoyed sunshine, warm temps, great hospitality and wonderful skiing.
NASJA’s Annual Meeting is being held in Park City, Utah.
17 NASJA journalists swept into Salt Lake City and onto some of the best ski areas in North America.
Peggy Shinn, Lisa Densmore Ballard and Martin Griff have won NASJA 2018 Harold S. Hirsch Awards.
The Northeast Winter Weather Summit, organized by the North American Snowsports Journalist Association.
The first NASJA meeting will be held during the Boston.com Ski & Snowboard Expo in Boston.
We’re off to a new season with a new board and I couldn’t be more excited!
November 8-9, 2018: Boston Ski Show NASJA members are invited to attend the Boston Ski Show.
Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows received another 5 feet of snow in the last week.
Face shots one day, goggle tans the next…
The snow is falling and it looks like it’s here to stay!
NASJA’s Annual Meeting is being held at Squaw Valley.
NASJA members gathered over the long Veterans Day weekend to kick off the ski season.
NASJA presents three annual awards which require nominations from our membership.
Time is growing short! We are accepting submissions from NASJA members until October 15.
NASJA restructured its organization to better adapt to the continually changing media world.