Kelsey Serwa should be holding ski poles right now, not knitting needles and crutches.
Sochi, RUSSIA - One of the key attributes to being a great ski cross racer is the ability to keep your composure - and your line - while those around you are losing theirs in the often chaotic, elbow-
“It was really entertaining for me because they were all really close and I was maybe 15 to 20 feet behind everyone just watching the action,” she said. “I had the best seat in the house.
We love the glamor of alpine skiing, the glow of tradition, the glitz of stars like Lindsey Vonn, and the gumption of her quest to race the men. But do we love it enough to keep watching when skiing's
Reigning world champion Kelsey Serwa, returning from a knee injury that sidelined her for most of last season, placed first overall - her first World Cup medal since she won at Innichen in December 20
"I was talking to [ski tech] Rod Honey and I told him, "I'm sick of losing. I'm going to win today," said Serwa, who has been trying to build her confidence from race to race after returning from a kn
The rebuilding of an aggressive, take-some-risks attitude continued Thursday for ski cross racer Kelsey Serwa as the 2011 world champion from Kelowna finished just off the podium at a World Cup in Tel
"In the hardest, most technical part of the course, and on my bad leg, the side I had surgery on, I was right there. I literally skied across a girl's skis so I feel like I'm back and ready to win," s
"It's funny," muses Kelsey Serwa, "but in my eyes I'm still some little squirt from Kelowna that grew up skiing in the mountains with family and friends.
"I'm not focused too much on results," Serwa said. "I'm focused on the process and how I'm going to get back on top."