Tiger Woods Shares Hype Video for New Golf Course Design in Utah
• Tiger Woods, the 15-time major champion, has become more involved in golf course design projects as he gets older. He has designed nearly a dozen golf courses, four of which are now open for play.
12 marathons, 1 year, 1 kidney: A Park City man’s race to raise awareness
PARK CITY — Even with only one kidney, 44-year-old Park City resident Matt Cavanaugh will be running his 12th marathon of the year on Sunday, completing his goal of completing 12 marathons, each in under three hours, in 2023. This isn’t his first time pushing his body so hard...
Miners girl’s basketball falls Thursday to Bear River
The Miners girl’s basketball team fell on Thursday evening to the Bear River Bears 35-23. They were plagued by a dreadful fourth quarter, when they were held scoreless, 10-0. Next up for Park City will be the Northridge Knights, who they’ll take on Saturday as the third and final game of the Bonneville-hosted tournament.
Four medals for U.S. women at luge world cup, including silver for Park City’s Farquharson
The U.S. women closed out today’s EBERSPAECHER Luge World Cup with four medals across the singles, singles sprint, and doubles sprint races today in front of a home crowd at Mt. Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid. It was also the final race for 2018 Olympic silver medalist Chris Mazdzer,...
USA Nordic Sport Story Project: Aiming for gold in Park City
Editor’s note: This is a contribution to the 12th annual USA Nordic Sport Story Project. See here to contribute: Donate to the 2023 Story Project. Unlike other sports organizations, USA Nordic Sport doesn’t receive any funding from any government entity, U.S. Olympic Committee or national governing body such as US Ski and Snowboard. All support for athletes and developmental programs is provided by sponsors and donors.
Miners White team falls in heartbreaker on the road Wednesday
The Miners White hockey team fell 3-2 on the road Wednesday to 11th-ranked Juan Diego. Tied 2-2 heading into the final seconds, the Miners White unfortunately let up the game-winner with less than 20 seconds to go. Park City will look to rebound next Wednesday, when they take on Weber County at home, at 6:30 p.m.
10 countries to compete in bobsled/skeleton at the UOP Dec. 9-16
2023 marks 100 years of sliding for the International Bobsleigh Skeleton Federation
Ski season picks up some momentum with trails, lifts opening on Park City Mountain
Heading to Park City Mountain this weekend? If so, you’ll notice more lifts running and terrain opening. Frostwood Gondola opened for the season on Friday, and Saturday, these were scheduled to open: Town Lift, Orange Bubble Express and 3 Kings. Town Lift operations will include optional guest downloading until...
Miners boy’s basketball falls at home to Wasatch in rivalry game
The Miners boy’s basketball team fell back into the loss column on Friday evening, dropping their rivalry contest 50-44 with Wasatch. In the end, the Wasps’ offensive prowess proved too much. The Wasps broke Park City’s defense down late in the fourth quarter, and despite a strong offensive...
Park City Mountain to improve snowmaking system for next ski season
Park City Mountain on Thursday announced improvements to its snowmaking system for the 2024/25 season aimed at increasing early season terrain offerings and consistency. New automated snowmaking infrastructure will be installed on Another World, and new automated snowguns will be installed on Chicane, representatives said. This will speed up the seasonal opening of Chicane and secure an opening date for Another World prior to the holiday season, they said. They are scheduled for installation next summer for the 2024/25 ski season.
The National Ability Center Announces Its 2024 High-Performance Team and Competition Schedule
Park City local with 30 years of coaching experience, Rob Umstead, joins the coaching staff to lead the alpine ski team.
Wasatch Wasps Sports Roundup: 12/8
PARK CITY, Utah-Connor Hendrickson led the way with 20 points and the Wasatch Wasps downed Park City 50-44 Friday in non-region boys basketball play. Duke Gordon led the Miners in the loss with 14 points. The Wasps return to action Wednesday at the Nest by hosting Morgan. Join Ty &...
Park City junior luge star takes second, third at hometown races
While the World Cup kicks off Friday through Sunday in Lake Placid, the future stars of luge hit the ice a week in advance. Park City and Winterberg, Germany, hosted double headers in junior and youth competitions, respectively. Under the backdrop of forward progress in the effort to host the...
Women’s Sports Foundation aims to inspire girls at Woodward event
Girls from 8 to 16 years old got a chance to ski with an X Game star Wednesday afternoon at Woodward Park City. This X Gamer was none other than freestyle skier Grete Eliasson, who has won six gold X Games medals. She’s also a former president of the Women’s...
Miners Red hockey team falls for the first time Wednesday evening
The Miners Red hockey team fell 5-1 on Wednesday evening to the South County Black Ice Llamas, marking their first loss of the season. In the loss, the Miners Red surprisingly outshot their opponents 44-17, however they couldn’t seem to find the back of the net. Park City will look to get back on track on Monday, when facing Bingham on the road, at 8 p.m.
Figure Skating Club spins out a Holiday Extravaganza
Figure Skating Club of Park City Holiday Extravaganza Ice Show and Cosmic Skate. Where: Park City Ice Arena, 600 Gillmor Wy., at Quinn’s Junction. Dasheill Williams, at 12 years old, participates in an average of eight ice skating competitions a year, and he’s looking forward to the Figure Skating Club of Park City’s Holiday Extravaganza Ice Show on Saturday.
Wasatch 22: Reflections
A recap and reflection on the Wasatch 22 project with Ben White.
Miners fall on Monday to Mountain View, three more games this week in tournament
The Miners girl’s basketball squad fell on Monday evening to the Mountain View Bruins, losing the contest 48-22 on the road. The loss dropped Park City to 1-4 on their season, where Head Coach David “Vito” Winkworth is looking to turn around the struggling program. Next up for Winkworth and his Miners will be the Ogden Tigers, who they’ll travel to face Wednesday evening as part of an in-season tournament. In that same tournament, Park City is also scheduled to face Bear River and Northridge on Thursday and Saturday, respectively.
Exploring Winter Fun: A Local's Guide to Fat Biking in Park City
Fat biking, a sport involving specially designed bikes for snow trails, is gaining popularity in Park City. The sport's growth has led to increased demand for gear and guides. Rick Fournier, Field Manager for Mountain Trails Foundation, highlights this trend.
Bill Shorter’s timeless leap during Alta’s 100″ winter storm of ’65
SALT LAKE CITY — In 1965, Bill Shorter, a skiing enthusiast from New York, found himself at Alta in Utah, with powder that he describes as “the greatest snow on