Jenny Wiegand is SKI Magazine’s content producer. Born and raised in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Jenny grew up exploring the Alps on skis, bikes, and her own two feet. She has since traded in the Alps for the Rockies to seek new trails, new adventures, and write about her favorite sport—skiing—in her new home of Boulder, Colo.
Since joining the SKI Magazine editorial team in 2018, Jenny has written and edited stories for SKI Magazine’s print and digital outlets. The daughter of a ski instructor and herself a PSIA-certified ski instructor, Jenny is SKI’s Instruction editor and works with the Professional Ski Instructors of America to bring readers the latest and most informed ski instruction tips and tricks.
A lifelong skier and former club racer, Jenny is also a self-proclaimed gearhead and puts that knowledge to good use as one of SKI Magazine’s official gear testers.
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Team President Tiger Shaw vows to prioritize diversity and inclusion.
The $199 multi-resort season pass will now offer skiers access to 55 independently owned ski resorts across North America.
Five ideas to keep skiers occupied when they can’t be on the slopes.
2020 World Cup champions were announced without pomp and circumstance following the cancellation of the World Cup finals.
Shiffrin’s absence from the technical races in Slovenia left the door open for close competitors to take the podium.
The women’s World Cup continued in Garmisch-Partenkirchen amidst an outpouring of grief and sympathy for Mikaela Shiffrin.
Shiffrin now leads the World Cup standings in two disciplines and ranks second in downhill and GS.
The world's best big mountain athletes kicked off the 2020 FWT in Japan with massive airs and full-throttle skiing.
Shiffrin and other leading ladies failed to finish the first Alpine Combined race of the season.
Cody Townsend wraps the first year of the Fifty Project with one last lesson and a big ol’ party shred.
The final weekend of World Cup racing in 2019 ended with a bang in Austria and Italy.
Tuesday’s exciting GS race proves that Shiffrin has serious competition for the GS Crystal Globe.
Mikaela Shiffrin clinched her fourth career super-G podium to extend her overall World Cup lead.
The slalom queen lands a second-place finish in downhill, while teammate Alice McKennis stages successful comeback.
Thanks to slalom victory No. 42 and a third place finish in GS, Shiffrin continues World Cup Tour wearing the leader bib in both disciplines.
The 24-year-old's first slalom win of the season also marks her 41st World Cup slalom victory, making her the most successful technical skier of all time.
Go behind the scenes of Shiffrin’s record-breaking 2018-19 season in the documentary series, ‘A Matter of Time.’
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