WHITEFISH — Maggie Voisin returned home to quite the showing of residents congratulating her on a very successful run in this year’s Olympic Games.
WHITEFISH — Whitefish Olympic athlete Maggie Voisin is returning home, with a hometown celebration, just weeks after her finish at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games
PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA – Montana’s slopestyle stars took their best shots in the Winter Olympics on Friday. Both came up short in their quest for
BOZEMAN – When people watch the Olympics, it’s for the excitement, the national pride, and their favorite athletes. Viewers only see the competitors live or
Whitefish’s own Maggie Voisin is looking to carve her name into Olympic lore by bringing home a medal for Team USA at the 2018 Olympics.
(Editor’s note: Montana State University press release) BOZEMAN – If it wasn’t for Montana State University there would be no 2018 Winter Olympics for Bobcat
PYEONGCHANG – A Butte native is headed to this year’s Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. Bradley Wilson, a graduate of Butte Central, has qualified for
PARK CITY, Utah – Darian Stevens first hit the slopes at Snowbowl as a 4-year-old, and she quickly showed she had a knack for it.
WHITEFISH – Maggie Viosin was recently home in Whitefish for the holidays but she’s now back on the competition circuit leading up to the Olympic
ASPEN, Colo. – Four years ago, she was a 15-year-old breaking into the top level of her sport. Now Maggie Voisin looks like a serious
ASPEN, Colo. — Maggie Voisin is headed to PyeongChang. The Whitefish native finished runner-up in the U.S. Grand Prix at SnowMass Ski Resort over the weekend,