For the end of the season I was able to go back to my home mountain and do a couple of fun competitions! My first weekend back I did the April Fools Banked Slalom graciously put on my Zaks Boardroom. It was so much fun and had a great turnout! The next weekend was spring carnival were I was able to participate in Slushcup! My friend and I dressed up as Woody and Buzz from Toy Story. The entire weekend had such a great vibe and what fun! I didn’t make it through the pond (it was a lot harder than I thought it would be) but still great and I definitely plan on doing it again! Great way to end my season:)
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Went to USASA Nationals at the beginning of the month and had a great time! I ended up third behind two great world cup riders. I had a wonderful time and it was awesome to go have some stressless, fun racing! This was pretty much the end of my competition season sad to say However I plan on doing some small comps once I’m back in AK, keep you updated:) in the meantime however check out my great supports Alyeska Resort and Oxford Assaying and Refining!
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I had some good races here at the Mt. Hood Nor-Am. On the first race day I had some troubles in Semi finals and ended up 7th in small finals. But on the second race day I made up for it and took the win! It was myself and three canadians in finals and I was able to take a couple passes to get the win for Alaska and America. I am now off to Nationals at Copper Mtn, and hope for a good race there. Thank you so much to all my sponsors, Oxford Assaying and Refining, Alyeska Ski Resort, and the Alaska Winter Olympian Scholarship. Check out my sweet home mountain at http://www.AlyeskaResort.com
Hey all! Took a couple months off after the last race to let my knee heal more but came back with a BANG! Placed first here at the sun valley Rev Tour! The course was so much fun and it felt great to be healthy and fast. Im now headed off to Oregon for a couple Hole Shot races. Shout out to my sponsors Oxford Assaying and Refining, Alyeska Resort, and thank you to the Alaska Winter Olympian Scholarship for the help as well! Go to http://www.AlyeskaResort.com to check out all the rad things my home mountain has to offer!
I am back in Colorado getting my season started. I will be training with Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club again focusing specifically on boardercross and the Nor-Am Holeshot Tour. Still struggling with my knee some, however my goal is to be competing by mid January. Hopefully I can keep everyone updated well this season!
I got the honor to travel to Sierra Nevada Spain at the end of march as part of the U.S. Junior Worlds Boardercross team. The junior worlds team are composed of the top 2-4 juniors from each nation wanting to compete, so overall there were about 35 of the top juniors in the world competing. It was a great overall experience. By far the course was the most difficult course I had ever been on, which posed as a great learning experience. I unfortunately did not have the best time trials and qualified 14th . The next day in heats I got the hole shot however was not as lucky the rest of the course. I knuckled a jump, 3 features from the finish line and got a season ending knee injury. It was for unfortunate however still a great experience and with lots of rehab ill be back stronger than ever next season!