Ski with U.S. Ski Team Athletes July 17 through 19 in Mt. Hood, and Support World Cup Dreams

Posted By: The Ski Channel on June 9, 2009 1:18 pm

If you’ve ever wanted to live the dream, here’s your chance. (If you suck at skiing, you can also potentially redeem yourself, and for a good cause, too.) From July 17th through 19th, several U.S. Ski Team athletes will be offering clinics in Mt. Hood, Oregon, to benefit unfunded skiers who race in World Cup competitions. You’ll not only get a chance to ski in the summer, but you’ll get to learn from the world’s best. Plus, you’ll be helping someone else’s dream come true, too.

The likes of Steven Nyman, Bryon Friedman, Tim Jitloff, Scott Macartney and Kaylin Richardson are set to coach, among several other U.S. Ski Teamers, and group size will be limited to 10 (five if you sign up for the beefed-up fantasy camp, which includes schwag, dinners and a ticket to the VIP party). Registration is now open, so hurry to reserve your slot on the slopes.

If you can’t make it to the mountain, you can still join the athletes in Portland for dinner and a live auction on July 18, at the Multnomah Athletic Club. For more information, visit worldcupdreams.org. (All proceeds are tax deductable and will benefit the SFI Foundation, which directly supports the athletes.)

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