American technical ski racer Resi Stiegler is ready to break out the start gate in Killington and Julia Mancuso has plans to return to racing
The Inside Line, presented by Gabbi Hall, is a co-production of Ski Racing Media & WiSP Sports and sponsored by Team Ski Safe
Podcast length: 26 mins
Gabbi Hall focuses on the U.S. races this week as the women’s World Cup heads to Killington, Vermont, as the ladies of the U.S. Ski Team are preparing to put on a show for the home crowd. On this week’s episode, Gabbi caught up with World Cup veteran Resi Stiegler who has been around the block once or twice. In fact, she’s been on and off the World Cup tour for about 15 years. Injuries along the way have not stopped her unique sparkle on the race slope as she prepares for what she hopes will be her third Winter Olympic Games. Gabbi also shares some of the latest headlines in women’s ski racing, including an update from Olympic gold medalist Julia Mancuso, who also has her eye on Pyeongchang, although has yet to start in a World Cup race following hip surgery. We will hear when fans can expect to see her push out of the start gate.
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