Marco Sullivan Speed Camp at Okemo

The OMS student-athletes and Competition Center Athletes spent 4 days over the MLK weekend participating in the Marco Sullivan Speed Camp, which proved to be a beneficial and fun camp for all!

First, we would like to thank everyone that played a role in making this camp happen because without the support, we wouldn’t be able to give our athletes such wonderful experiences. First, we would like to thank OMARA and William Raveis Vermont Properties for sponsoring the camp. We would also like to thank Okemo Mountain Operations and the Okemo Competition Center for setting up such a great venue for the camp.

Another thanks to Anna Goodman (Marco’s wife), for working with all the kids for the entire camp, as well. Her input on snow and in the gym added so much to this camp! Also, a special thanks to Julia Ford for skiing with us for one day of the camp and of course, we wish she was able to ski with us more! ! It’s a pretty special day when our athletes get to work with 3 Olympians on the same day. Last, but not least, thank you to Marco for taking time away from a busy schedule to come to the East and work with all of our kids for this camp. It truly was a great experience for everyone!

Now onto the details of the camp! On Friday and Saturday, all the athletes were able to get some fast freeskiing and Super-G training in, as well as practice on a speed jump and work on the two wave tracks on Wardance. We concluded the second day of camp with a Meet and Greet at the OMS Fitness Facility where the athletes were able to sit down with Marco and Anna and ask questions about their careers, as well as get some autographs! This was a great way for the kids to see what goes into making an Olympian and prove that it is possible for each and every one of them!

As we all know, we were pounded with great snow on Sunday, so Day 3 turned into a powder day! The final day of camp was moved back to the OMS Fitness Facility to have some awesome sessions focused on refining and understanding the athletic skier stance and tuck position. During the sessions, we saw some huge improvement in these skills with all of the athletes! One of the coolest parts of the day was Marco talking the kids through the Chamonix Downhill Race (that he won), while they tucked for 2 minutes and 5 seconds, about the time it takes to complete that downhill. Check out that video and all the pictures that we captured from the camp on the OMS SmugMug page.

One of the biggest takeaways of the camp for our coaches was during the Meet & Greet when an athlete asked Marco, “What have you learned most from ski racing"?” Marco replied, “You shouldn’t be afraid to have dreams and work hard to achieve them. It doesn’t matter so much if you accomplish your goals but more that you chase after them, and when you do succeed, don’t be afraid to raise the bar and try for more!” These are words that our coaches try to show the athletes everyday and words that all of our athletes should live by!

Thanks everyone for such a great camp and we look forward to seeing Marco and Anna again next year!

Ashley Billings
Panorama, British Columbia Nor Am and Boardercross Camp

Snowboard student-athletes, Connor Shea and Maggie Hall, traveled to Panorama Mountain last week, located in the beautiful British Columbia with Coach Eddie Johnson. They competed in 2 Nor Am boardercross (BX) races and participated in a high level Snowboard Cross Camp.

The Nor Am is a Canadian FIS sanctioned BX race. Connor and Maggie competed in this high level race that was attended by both the US and Canadian teams.  Olympic athletes, Hagen Kearney, Alex Deibold, and Faye Gulini were a few of the top riders that competed in the races and attended the camp following the event. It was an excellent opportunity for Maggie and Connor to see some of the best BX riders, both competing and training. 

Following the event was the 5 day BX camp, run by Canada Snowboard.  This professionally run camp provided Maggie and Connor with the opportunity to work on all the components of a BX race.  Each day the course was changed up a bit so the athletes had new challenges to face.  This led to daily progression and problem solving.  By the end of the camp, both athletes left with new confidence in their riding. Maggie and Connor had a great time, not only improving their skills, but also getting to train alongside top level riders!

Ashley Billings
OMS snowboarder, Margie Black, competes in the Toyota US Rev Tour at Copper Mountain

While in CO, sophomore, Margie Black, fresh off from her first US Grand Prix last week, also competed in the Toyota US Rev Tour hosted at Copper Mountain. The Toyota US Rev Tour is a FIS sanctioned series in which there are 4 stops held at different locations across the US. The first two stops at Copper consisted of halfpipe events, and Margie competed in the pipe on Tuesday and Wednesday in the doubleheader. On Tuesday, Margie narrowly missed a top ten finish and landed in 11th place. This was an amazing result as Margie was competing against the world’s top female amateur pipe riders in which 7 out of the top ten were international riders. In her second pipe event held on Wednesday, Margie fell on her first run and landed her second (not so clean as the day before) which landed her in 17th place.

These larger scale early season events are a huge growing opportunity for OMS snowboard athletes as the FIS level events are opportunities to compete against the best amateurs in the US and in the world for that matter, as well as giving our athletes goals to work towards throughout the course of the season. With very little pipe training leading into these events, we couldn’t be more proud of Margie’s efforts at the Grand Prix and Rev Tour over the past week!

Ashley Billings
OMS Snowboard Colorado Camp Wrap Up

The second half of our Colorado Camp went very well and Eddie and Luke couldn’t be happier with the improvements the athletes made throughout the week.

Last Sunday, they spent their last day at Breckenridge and arrived at the base with a pleasant surprise of 4+ inches of the lightest and fluffiest snow. They took the Colorado Superchair and as they reached the top of the lift (around 10,000 ft), it became obvious that park training was not going to be on the morning agenda. There was at least 8+ inches of snow as they climbed towards the top! They made the decision to go up as high as they could go and took the Imperial lift and after a quick traverse, they descended upon Peak 7 Bowl and dropped in! To their amazement, there was a foot of bottomless powder in the bowl and the kids were on cloud nine. They dipped into the trees towards the bottom of the bowl and were privy to some insane woods runs all the way back to the base. Descending a few thousand feet in deep powder is exhausting. but so worth it. They spent the rest of their time in Park Lane which offered two lofty jumps and a variety of rails for the kids to train on.

The athletes spent the remaining three days of the trip training at Copper Mountain. On Monday, Eddie spent the morning with our BX athletes working on a wide array of drills and the afternoon was spent in the park. The athletes trained in the Woodward park on Tuesday and Wednesday, which had a triple pack of jumps which graduated in size in addition to a slew of rails and an assortment of creative jibs.

With a storm rolling in on their last day, they had to cut training a bit short to beat the front coming in and headed back to the condo to pack up and head to Denver. Eddie and Luke are very happy with our group of snowboarders and the effort they put in throughout the week. They are a very cohesive group who supported each other during training and pushed it hard every day while in CO. Each athlete progressed a great deal and there is no doubt that they all are coming home to Okemo as much better snowboarders.

Ashley Billings
OMS Snowboard Crew Checking-In from Colorado!

The Okemo Mountain School Snowboard Team is currently halfway through their OMS West Camp, held in the early season park and competition hub of Summit County, Colorado. The park infrastructure is very much alive there this time of year and the major players; Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Keystone all have a plethora of natural terrain, jibs, and jumps suitable for our athletes training needs.

The first day of camp, they spent the day at Copper Mountain with a couple of early morning warm-up runs, followed by some teammate support and moral boosting for sophomore OMS snowboarder, Margie Black, who was competing in her first World Cup halfpipe event, the US Grand Prix. Margie rode quite well and stomped both qualifying runs to land her in the top 20. A great feat for a young athlete competing against the world’s best including the likes of gold medalist, Chloe Kim, and bronze medalist, Arielle Gold. It was great for our athletes to see the caliber of the world’s best halfpipe riders and gave our team and younger athletes some insight on competing at the highest level. The rest of the afternoon was followed by some park riding in the notable Woodward Terrain Park which included a wide array jumps and jibs for the athletes to train on.

The team has spent to past three days at Breckenridge and the timing could not have been better. The Breck locals have said that this is the best early December conditions that many can remember and it is without a doubt, the best they have had for our West Camp. Breckenridge is nearly 100% open and on their first day, the mountain received 4-8” of new snow. It was obvious to coaches, Eddie and Luke, that they needed to stay out of the park and show the OMS snowboarders the real mountain. They did just that and attacked every open bowl and took the kids to the top of the Imperial lift (Elevation: 12,900 feet). This was followed by the tedious traverse to Peak 7 in which they took a ten-minute hike, to some killer bowl and tree runs. Air is thin up there and exhaustion can come quickly so they decided to spend the rest of the day at “lower” elevation (10,000 feet) riding Breck’s infamous Park Lane Park.

On Saturday, the athletes trained on the jumps and rails in Park Lane and they saw a tremendous amount of focus, effort, and improvement from the team. The collective drive and energy from all the athletes was great to see.

Yesterday they headed back to Breck and were surprised to see find that the mountain had received another 4”-12” (the latter depth at the higher elevations) of the lightest snow imaginable. Although the team was physically tired from three days of intense training, it was a given that they had to head back up to thinner air and the Imperial Bowl (12,840 feet) and get a piece of the fresh goods that dropped on Breck the night before. It was well worth it! Steep, deep, and bottomless fun gave way to deep turns, tomahawks, laughs, and hoots. That is what snowboarding is all about. It’s not just the next trick, or the result, but the experience and developing a love for the sport and the mountains. Although the athletes did spend the rest of the day in the park, experiencing the mountain in its pure and awesome form- will be the memories that will last with them forever.

Ashley Billings
Okemo Mountain School raises over $25,000 with its Okemo Ski and Snowboard Swap

This year’s Okemo Ski and Snowboard Swap raised over $25,000 for Okemo Mountain School.  The proceeds from the Swap will go towards operating costs in order to keep tuition as affordable as possible for all students.  The event was extremely well attended this year and customers seemed quite pleased with their purchases, finding outstanding deals on all sorts of new and used winter outdoor gear!

We would like to gratefully acknowledge all of volunteers who donated their time, including many of our student-athletes! We would also like to thank all of the mountain personnel who went above and beyond their normal duties to provide support to the event. Without all of the volunteers and the help of the mountain, the Ski Swap could never have been such a success.  Everyone’s efforts are greatly appreciated by the entire school community!

And since it is never too soon to look to the future, mark your calendars for the 2019 Okemo Ski and Snowboard Swap: 

Equipment Drop-off: November 16th, 17th, and 20th
Swap Open for Business: November 22nd-24th 

Thank you again to everyone that helped make our 2018 Ski and Snowboard Swap such a success!

Ashley Billings

At Okemo Mountain School, our student-athletes, coaches, teachers, and faculty are all thankful to be a part of such a wonderful community, which really feels more like a family. Throughout your time with family and friends this holiday season, we urge you to think about what YOU are most thankful for!

Take a look at what some of our student-athletes are most thankful for this year!

Caleb- “I am thankful for my teachers and coaches at OMS because they make me smarter and better at snowboarding.”
Henry- “I am most thankful for my parents. Every day they go to work for long hours just to get money and they use that money on me, so I can go to school and have a good life.”
Maggie- “I am thankful for my family, friends, teachers, and of course snow.”
Katy- “I am thankful that I live in a country that gives me opportunities to get a good education and have a safe place to live. I am also thankful for my friends and family.”
Sumner- “I am thankful for everybody being okay from the house fire. I am thankful for getting to go to OMS. I am thankful for getting to go to Mexico for my Dad’s 50th birthday. I am thankful for getting to snowboard.”
Eryll- “I am thankful for my family and friends".”
Aviela- “The thing I am most thankful for this year is the support I have received after my injuries from last year and everyone helping me get back on snow as soon as possible. My friends, family and coaches have been extremely encouraging and kept pushing me to work harder and want to get healthy again. I know a lot of people have been helping me out with the process and I am extremely thankful for that!”

Ashley Billings
Colorado Camp Wrap Up

After 10 beautiful days in Colorado, our alpine camp has come to an end.

The athletes began their week with some pretty cold weather, but it was still nice on the hill! Arapahoe Basin was not crowded, so they took advantage getting a lot of runs and doing a bunch of drills with short segment skiing. The main focus of the camp has been ankle flexion, forward knee and hips up. They have also spent time on edging and feel on the snow. It’s really starting to pay off and the kids are starting to settle into good turns.

The last two training afternoons were slalom gates on Copperopolis at Copper. All the kids have made really good progress in their skiing and the coaches are excited to get the season going with them back at Okemo. It’s been a great camp with such a close athlete to coach ratio that the coaches feel that the kids have been able to have time to discuss and understand the concepts that they were working on. It has been huge miles for everyone!

Before going to the airport on Wednesday, the alpine campers, had a beautiful blue bird day of free skiing at Arapahoe. While they are all sad to leave, they are stoked to be coming home to snow and even more in the forecast here in Vermont!

OMS would like to thank coaches, Jet Robbins and Chris Hurka, for going above and beyond to work with our alpine athletes! Without dedicated coaches, the early season camps wouldn’t be possible.

Words from Chris and Jet- “Both Jet and I have enjoyed working with Abby, Kiera, Merina, John, Ryan, and Henry. They are all good kids and great skiers and we look forward to continuing the 2018 - 2019 season with them!”

Ashley Billings
Colorado Camp Still Going Strong!
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The Colorado alpine campers have had a beautiful several days. The crowds at Arapahoe have settled down and the skiing has been ideal. The snow is perfect for drills and free skiing, giving them the best of both worlds. They have been really fortunate to have the weather they have, between blue bird days and snowstorms.

The student-athletes have been training Copper in the afternoons which has been excellent. The athletes are really working hard to make positive changes to their skiing, which is all we can ask for. They have been working on engaging the boot, the movement pattern inside the boot with the ankle, the motion of the knee during the entry and apex of the turn and the finish.

Day 7 was the one and only scheduled day off during the camp. The kids (and coaches) took advantage to relax a bit. The kids have been skiing a ton and working hard, so it was certainly well deserved. The boys spent some time at the Copper Woodward Barn tramping into foam pits, while the girls went shopping at the Outlets at Silverthorne.

The relaxation only lasted so long and on Saturday, day 8, they were back at Arapahoe Basin. The weather was outstanding and they opened the upper mountain; the skiing was phenomenal. They found out that the access chair Super Bee for Copper training went down in the morning and unfortunately we had an athlete that got stuck on the chair for 3 hours, but as soon as she was evacuated, was ready to begin training again! Even though the chair breakdown took away from some training, it gave the athletes more time to ski A-Basin. They have continued working on balance, stance, and engaging the boot and ankle/ knee. The coaches have been pushing the kids hard with a lot of drills and a lot of skating, but the hard work is paying off and the kids are improving their skills!

Yesterday the clouds moved in and delivered light snow all day, which made for more incredible skiing. They spent the morning drilling and getting miles at Arapahoe. Copper was using an alternate chair to access the training venue and they got to watch some of the German National team training Super-G. On hill they worked on panel SL with a focus on “going deep to the wall”, balance and outside ski pressure ,and a brushie quickness course with a focus on pole plant timing. The athletes made good progress and they will continue building on this.

The student-athletes have been having a blast and while they are enjoying Colorado, are looking forward to getting home to start skiing at Okemo!

Ashley Billings
Colorado Camp Update
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It has still been snowing in Colorado and the skiing has been getting better and better! The student-athletes have been skiing Arapahoe Basin still, which has offered a lot of really good varied terrain which is exactly what our Okemo kids need!

The racers have started to incorporate a lot of drills into the day, coupled with full length runs. On Wednesday, they started running gates on Copperopolis at Copper in the afternoon! They were in the lane next the US Women’s Development Team, so they were able to watch some amazing skiers and get some great training runs in.

All the student-athletes have been great about getting their homework done at study hall, doing their tuning, and getting to bed at good hour. A couple more days of freeskiing and training and they will have a well deserved day off!

Ashley Billings
Carver Provance Makes 2018 VARA Team
2018 VARA Team

2018 VARA Team


On Saturday, November 3rd, Okemo Mountain School, student-athlete, Carver Provance, was inducted onto the 2018 VARA Team. This year’s gala was at the Stoweflake Resort and Spa in Stowe, Vermont. The team is picked based on the previous season’s results and is a way to recognize Vermont’s top alpine athletes.

Also, to make the 2018 VARA Team, is OMS alumni, Carolina de Buy Wenniger. Carolina is now at Waterville Valley Academy completing a PG year to continue her ski racing career. Lydia Kelleher, another OMS alum, also made the list! Lydia is now a senior and finishing out her final year at Waterville Valley Academy, as well!

Carver, Carolina, and Lydia have continuously showed their athletic abilities throughout their time at OMS and we are so proud to be a part of their journeys in the world of alpine racing!

Ashley Billings
Colorado Alpine Camp- Days 1 & 2!

Our Colorado Alpine Camp athletes have made it out west!

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The athletes and coaches packed up and left at 4am on Saturday! They had a smooth travel day and made it through the airports with all of their gear!

They began their first skiing day bright and early on Sunday. The athletes began their day with a morning jog to the Woodward building for a warmup while Coach Jet even made some delicious breakfast sandwiches. Then everyone packed in and headed to Arapahoe Basin in a snowstorm, which had them grinning from ear to ear! The coaches got the kids to the mountain safe and sound in the snow.

Then the skiing began! The skiing was really nice and the surface was awesome. However, they weren’t the only ones with the ski bug and the lift lines were pretty long. That being said, it worked out well for first the day on snow. Everyone got in enough runs to empty the tank. All the kids were skiing short swing Sl turns on GS skis; a real challenge but one that will pay off. John and Ryan worked on rolling ankles and femur rotation, Merina was focused on skiing in a balanced position, and Abby, Kiera and Henry challenged themselves by skiing several runs on one ski.

After training, the kids went out to dinner, tuned their skis, and had study hall. The student-athletes show their dedication with these long days and everyone was certainly ready for bed!

Arapahoe Basin got another 8-12 inches of snow last night and the kids are ready to go again today!

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Ashley Billings
Coaches Pre-Season Training

Okemo Mountain School coaches are getting ready for student-athletes to arrive on Monday, October 29th! In preparation, they completed two informative clinics yesterday to gain more knowledge about how to keep our athletes safe and healthy on and off the hill.

Shelley Davis with Stop the Bleed

Shelley Davis with Stop the Bleed

Warming up with Noah Labow

Warming up with Noah Labow

One of the clinics was Stop the Bleed, “a national campaign to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives”. The clinic was presented by Shelley Davis, the mother of alpine U-16 athlete, Jonathan Davis, who had a horrific fall, resulting in the ski’s edge cutting his hamstring, lateral quadricep, IT band and femoral artery. Without trained coaches, Jonathan could have lost his leg or worse. After the accident, Shelley was trained in Stop the Bleed, and now makes an effort to educate as many coaches and athletes as possible. Shelley also receives support from the Kelly Brush Foundation and UVM to keep the Stop the Bleed initiative going.

Click here for more information on Jonathan’s accident and Shelley’s journey to help others.

Our OMS coaches also received a training, sponsored by OMARA, from Green Mountain Academy’s Head Freeskiing Coach, Noah Labow, on the importance of trampoline safety. The coaches practiced warm-up techniques to use with student-athletes prior to using the trampoline, along with ways to use the trampoline to as a workout and to work on proper form and technique that can be correlated on the slopes. Needless to say, we can’t wait for dryland training to begin!

Trampoline Safety Clinic with Noah Labow

Trampoline Safety Clinic with Noah Labow

Ashley Billings
OMS Welcomes Roger Kimball as Head Men's FIS Coach

Okemo Mountain School is thrilled to announce the hire of Roger Kimball, Head Men's FIS Coach, for 2018-19. In addition to coaching Men's FIS, Roger will also work collaboratively with all U16 and U19 athletes, men and women, and their coaches.

Roger is a US Ski and Snowboard Alpine Level 400 Coach and active USSS Coaches' Education Clinic Leader. He is coming to us from Tri-State where he was chair of their U16 committee and most recently coaching U16/19s at the Berkshire School. Prior to this he was Program Director at Berkshire East where he was instrumental in bringing back FIS racing to the venue. Roger also serves currently on the Eastern Development Committee and just wrapped up serving on the Eastern Children's Committee. Roger brings a wealth of ski racing knowledge from his professional experience, as well as his own personal alpine ski racing experience.

Additionally, Roger brings academic strengths as well and may teach some upper level science and math if needed! He has a BS in Chemistry with a French Minor from UNH, as well as an MBA from Columbia Business School. Roger comes highly recommended by Kathy Okoniewski from USSS and Gar Trayner formerly of KMS, now USSS, and we look forward to having him!

Roger shared the following regarding joining the team at OMS: "I'm absolutely thrilled to be joining Okemo Mountain School. There is an obvious culture of teamwork here among the coaches and staff across both the school itself as well as the mountain. The new fitness facility at the school is simply awesome. It is already empowering the kids and is stimulating all kinds of creative thinking around athletic development. I'm honored to be a part of this community and I'm looking forward to contributing to the positive momentum. I'm already enjoying making winter preparations with my colleagues and, of course, I can't wait to start making turns with the athletes!"

Ashley Billings
OMARA Kick-Off Party

Winter will be here before we know it and the OMARA Board is getting ready to welcome our members back for another fantastic season.

The OMARA Board has welcomed all members to join them for the Season Kick - Off Party on Saturday, December 1st from 5:00pm - 7:30pm at Sienna’s for hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. Come and meet the coaches for information about programs for the upcoming season and learn about fun events they have planned for the winter months.

There will be a quick summary of club business and voting in of open Board of Directors positions.

The OMARA Board looks forward to meeting you and your athletes. Please consider volunteering for the Board and contact them with any questions!

Ashley Billings
Student-Athlete Runs Half-Marathon!
Henry Roe after completing his first Half-Marathon and Finishing 1st in Under-19 Group!

Henry Roe after completing his first Half-Marathon and Finishing 1st in Under-19 Group!

Okemo Mountain School student-athlete, Henry Roe, ran his FIRST half-marathon on Saturday, September 29th, in The New Hampshire Marathon. Henry is only 12 years old and a U14 (1st year) in our alpine racing program. Though he may be young, Henry is already following his dreams and crushing his goals!

In Saturday’s race, Henry hoped to finish with a time of 2 hours and 30 minutes. BUT! Just like in skiing, Henry exceeded his own expectations and ran a 2:13, which put him in 1st place in the Under-19 Group. We are so proud of you, Henry!

Please help us in congratulating Henry by following his wishes and donating to the OMS Campaign for Our Community in increments of $13!

Ashley Billings
OMS Benefit Golf Tournament 2018
Ashley Billings
Student-Athlete Runs for Campaign for Our Community!
Henry Roe after completing a 10 mile training run!

Henry Roe after completing a 10 mile training run!

An Okemo Mountain School student-athlete, Henry Roe, will be running his first half marathon on September 29th in Bristol, NH. He would like to dedicate his run to the Okemo Community because of all that it has given him. He learned to ski through SnowStars (and mini-Stars at the Penguin Playground). He then joined Amplitude+ and jibbed most of the mountain for a few years. He went on to Hopefuls with the Okemo Competition Center for alpine racing and has been a student at OMS for the past 2 years. He’s also a decent snowboarder and has tried XC and telemark. Henry will do almost anything that involves sliding along snow.

Henry hopes you can relate to something in his Okemo story and would consider donating to the Campaign for Our Community in support of his half-marathon. We think increments of 13 (his finishing run miles) would be a fitting sponsorship.

Your support enables Henry and countless others to immerse themselves in the Okemo and OMS experience, as well as in other athletic and academic pursuits that further their passions and fulfill their dreams.

Ashley Billings
2018 Mount Hood Camp

We had an extremely productive camp in Mt. Hood Oregon for our 2018 On-Snow Training Camp!  Our group, comprised of alpine ski racing and snowboard athletes, was one of the biggest we have had in recent years. A big benefit to this camp came from our two guest athlete-coaches Anna Valentine and Tucker Marshall. Anna is a recent graduate of Okemo Mountain School and was also a member of the US Snowboard Rookie Team for the 2018 season. Tucker is a member of Redneck racing, an independent Alpine Racing Team. Tucker did an amazing job demonstrating drills and ski technique for our Alpine athletes. Athletes witnessed Tucker's regular daily routine staring with an off-snow morning warm-up, and then drill runs on-snow. This was all followed by an on-snow warm-up before getting in the starting gate of our training courses. Check out this great video Tucker put together for his Video Log (Vlog), it has video from our training courses and you may even spot some of our OMS athletes hard at work!

Mariel Meringolo
OMS Snowboarders Taking the Podium

The Okemo Mountain School Snowboard Team competed at the Vermont Open at Stratton Mountain on Sunday, March 11th. For the girls, Maggie Hall took home the Gold Medal in the 14 and over girls division and for the boys, Otto Lichtensteiger took Silver in the 13 and under boys division, both in the Banked Slalom event. Out student-athletes just keep on doing amazing things on the slopes! 


Maggie Hall, Gold Medalist in Banked Slalom Event

Maggie Hall, Gold Medalist in Banked Slalom Event

Otto Lichtensteiger, Silver Medalist in Banked Slalom Event

Otto Lichtensteiger, Silver Medalist in Banked Slalom Event

Ashley Billings