One of ski racing’s most exciting events, with lucrative prize money up for grabs.

It’s a field stacked with World Cup stars, national team members, college standouts, and Olympians both future and decorated. And now a whole new stack of talent is joining the fray.

Last year, women returned to the tour for the first time since the late 90’s, a quarter of a century ago. They were welcomed baack with equal prize money, with Paula Moltzan taking home over $50,000 from the World Championships in Taos alone. But this year, the playing field is truly even, says Jo J. Franklin, CEO of the Tour. The women’s events have been expanded to a 16-race circuit. And women will be racing the same courses.

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