Welcome to Arc City, folks! Here, U.S. Ski Teamer Jimmy Krupka talks with anyone and everyone who has a love of alpine ski racing’s ‘arc.’ From gold-medalists to industry-insiders, this podcast will tell their high-acceleration stories: the successes, the failures, the gritty details, and the humor of it all. Brought to you by Spyder Active Sports.
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A conversation with President and CEO of U.S. Ski & Snowboard marks Arc City’s return from summer break. Sophie Goldschmidt has a long, impressive resume in international sports and marketing, but ski racing is a brand new world for her. Goldschmidt ... more
As the season comes to a close, River Radamus—a rising American GS star—and I talked shop (2:06). River is well-spoken and has some fascinating perspectives. First, we discuss the role media plays in Olympic ski racing. River tells a fun story about ... more
Luke Winters races tonight at the Olympics, and it is high time you learned his name and his story. He’s leading the charge for the American men’s slalom revival, but his path to the World Cup was a bit different than most. We talk about his upbringi... more
Very informative about ski racing.
Insightful and fascinating content with even better intro and exit tunes.
Really fun listening, always good content.
Jimmy is a great host and as someone who is on the US Ski team himself, asks pertinent questions of his guests. more
I really love arc city because as a ski racer I really only here about racing from older guys in there 50s or 60s. It’s nice to have a younger person to listen to about racing and hear about what it’s like to be racing World Cup today rather then like in the 70s where racing was a whole different sport.
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Arc City launched 2 years ago and published 14 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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