U.S. Adaptive Skiing Championships going back to Montana

Posted By: The Ski Channel on October 19, 2009 4:49 pm

They’re goin goin, back back, to…Big Sky. Man. Why do I even try to be cool?

Anywho, the U.S. Adaptive Skiing Championships, the final showdown of the season (after the Paralymipcs) will be returning to Big Sky, Montana this year after five years of being held in other areas. The newer athletes are looking forward to experiencing some different terrain, as many times they race the same areas.

The event will run from March 28-April 2. Park City based athlete Stephani Victor said, “It’s nice to come home to the U.S. and finish up the season with a competition and a lot of support from the USSA. I always love the Championships. For me it’s like the prom, it’s a great way to finish up the year.”

I wish my prom were that cool.

 

 

 

 

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