Posts tagged Snowboard
Luke Bonang

Freestyle Sports Program Director/ Head Snowboard Coach

USSA Snowboard Level 200 Certified Coach

Luke is a Vermont native who graduated from UVM in 2003. After college, he spent the majority of his winters out west, where he spent a five years in both Colorado and Mammoth Lakes. He was a rider with Rossignol Snowboards during college on a regional level in California. He was also involved with several Rossignol promotional and business projects, including event promotion, product evaluations, team focus groups and being an RS Coach in France.

During the off-season, Luke works as a dry stone mason. Outside of coaching, Luke enjoys the outdoors, sports-related activities, fishing, music, traveling, and spending time with his wife, Michelle, his three children, Henry, Luke, and Livvy, and his dog, Trooper. Luke lives in Weston, VT.

- University of Vermont: BA History

Contact Luke
lbonang@okemomountainschool.org

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Eddie Johnson

Assistant Snowboard Coach

USSA Snowboard Level 200 Certified Coach

Eddie is an assistant snowboard coach at OMS and is a GS/BX coach level 100 certified USASA coach. Eddie grew up in Florida in and around the skate and surf scene competing in ESASA in the bodyboarding class. After a trip to Colorado in 1995, he fell in love with snowboarding and for the next couple of years he snowboarded as much as possible. He moved to VT in 1997 and taught snowboarding at Okemo. Having great success as an instructor, he wanted to take things to a higher level. Along with Gordon Robbins and Rob Bevier, he helped start The Program (now known as Amplitude). After 2 years coaching The Program, he was offered the job as head coach at OMS. During his time at OMS, he traveled extensively with the athletes to competitions all over the US and New Zealand, where he also held summer camps for the OMS athletes.

We are pleased to have Eddie back at OMS working with our athletes in BX and Race training.

Contact Eddie
ejohnson@okemomountainschool.org

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