SSCV Current and Alumni Families and Staff
along with Community Members---
Don't Miss This Fun and Inspirational Weekend!
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Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Celebration & Alumni Reunion Weekend Festivities
Please join us for SSCV's first Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Induction Celebration at Four Seasons Vail on February 7 along with other festivities happening throughout Alumni Reunion Weekend on February 6-8. It will prove to be a memorable, funfilled weekend highlighted by an engaging evening at the Four Seasons Vail honoring the Hall of Fame and Wall of Excellence Inductees listed below who have done so much to shape the history of SSCV for current and alumni families.
Saturday evening Four Seasons Induction Celebration
Here for the entire weekend?
- Fabulous hors d oeuvres including Thai Beef Lettuce Wraps, Crispy Panang Shrimp Spring Roll, Wild Mushroom and Chicken Parmesan Cheese Risotto along with Thai Chicken Flatbreads
- Complimentary beer and champagne
- Sumptuous desserts
- A moving tribute to the Inductees listed below
$99/person weekend ticket
- Friday late afternoon-Alumni Reunion Weekend Welcome Reception at the Minturn Fitness Center from 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm catered by The Minturn Saloon
- Saturday evening-see Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Celebration details above
- Sunday morning-breakfast at Pazzo's in Vail-9:30 am - 11 am
Friday evening-informal gathering at The Minturn Saloon with "Locals Drinks, Hors d Oeuvres and Dinner Specials" all evening long (just tell them you are here for SSCV Alumni Reunion Weekend and they will provide you locals pricing)
Ski and Ride Arounds-don't miss them in Beaver Creek on Saturday morning and Vail on Sunday morning
2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships-all weekend long
SSCV 2015 Inductees
Hall of Fame
Vi and Byron Brown
To purchase tickets, Table of 10 Sponsorships and "Sponsor a Current or Past Staff Member" Sponsorships and for a detailed weekend schedule of events click here. NO TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. Questions or to purchase tickets over the phone-call 978-621-8738.
Wall of Excellence
Pete Seibert, Jr.
SSCV recently launched its own SSCV Inspires Fundraiser and Video Contest the same day as The 2015 Vail/Beaver Creek World Championship Ski Club Video Challenge, but that did not stop us from entering our club into the 2015 contest! We have created a Ski Club Video with clips from our very own inspired athletes. Please click here to vote for SSCV once every day until February 14th! The ski club video with the most votes wins $25,000! This money would go towards our SSCV Scholarship Fund in hopes of inspiring more young, talented athletes here in the valley!
*Please remember to vote once per day, per network! This means phone, work computer, home computer etc.*
Thanks for your votes and your continued support!
SSCV Scholarship Fund Inspires Challenge - Spreading the word about how SSCV inspires
We're challenging all SSCV athletes to:
Share their story about how SSCV inspires them and challenge others to support this inspiration by donating to the Scholarship Fund. At SSCV, we believe that every athlete who wants to follow their passion should have that opportunity. About 1 in every 5 kids receives some form of financial aid at SSCV, in hopes that they get the opportunity to reach their dreams.
to find out more and to get involved. Or visit the fundraising site here
to help us raise scholarship funds. For questions, please contact Brittney Ziebell@skiclubvail.org or 970-790-5133.
SSCV 2013-2014 Annual Report Released
Enjoy the past year in words, numbers and pictures-click here
Aldo Radamus Perspectives Column-Vail Daily-January 27.2015
Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) has just released its 2013-2014 Annual Report which includes a reflection of this past fiscal year in words, numbers and pictures and a look into the future. While 2013-2014 was an outstanding year for the Club and its athletes, I remain focused on and excited for what lies ahead in bringing the organization â€œto the next levelâ€ in 2014-2015 and beyond.
Featuring the first SSCV Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Celebration on February 7
How fitting it is at this moment to invite the community to join SSCV in celebrating the legacy created over the past 52 years by the many current and former athletes, parents and staff, along with friends of SSCV, at SSCVâ€™s Alumni Reunion Weekend (February 6-8) featuring our first Hall of Fame and Wall of Excellence Induction Celebration on February 7 at the Four Seasons Vail. Without our nominees and the rest of the community working alongside of them over the past 52 years, SSCV would not be where it is today. Click here to purchase your tickets and for weekend details.
An Invitation to Celebrate the Legacy-SSCV Alumni Reunion Weekend
I am excited to share with you below an excerpt from me in SSCVâ€™s 2013-2014 Annual Reportâ€”â€œYear in Review and A Look to the Futureâ€â€”and ask you to take a moment to read the SSCV 2013-2014 Annual Report in its entirety by clicking here.
SSCV 2013-2014 Annual Report
SSCV 2013-2014 Year in Review and A Look to the Future
The last 12 months at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) have brought unprecedented achievements and accomplishments.
After completing a comprehensive and nearly two year long process, SSCV received â€œGold Medal Clubâ€ certification from the United States Ski & Snowboard Association (USSA). The certification team examined all aspects of club operations including governance, SafeSport, finance, communications, mission, vision, athlete experience, development and service to the community.
The annual USSA Awards Banquet saw SSCV win awards as Club of the Year, Alpine Club of the Year, Snowboard Club of the Year, Freestyle Club of the Year and Freeskiing Club of the Year. Never before (and likely never again) has one club won 4 of the major individual sport club of the year awards together with the overall Club of the Year.
Twelve of our alumni and current athletes competed at the Sochi Olympics and inspired us with their poise, character and performances including two Gold medals and one Silver.
While we rejoice in the athletic success of each athlete, our ultimate objective as an organization, from the six year old Future Stars athlete to the Olympian, is to spark a dream and ignite a passion which will provide focus and teach life lessons through the vehicle of competitive snowsports, enabling these youngsters to remain healthy of mind and body and go on to succeed in their adult lives. This past year alone, college acceptances for our athletes included Bates, Colby, Dartmouth, Harvard, University of Denver, University of Vermont and Williams adding to the legacy that regardless of what path SSCV alumni take, they have gone on to be successful, resilient and active people in all walks of life.
The Scholarship program has made strides this past year, with nearly 20% of our athletes (110+) receiving financial aid, exceeding $170,000 in total. Ski and Snowboard Club Vail is moving further toward our goal of ensuring that any child wishing to pursue their dreams in snowsports can reach their potential regardless of their means.
Now in the clubâ€™s second year of a comprehensive education program, the last two weeks of October are filled with educational opportunities for coaches, athletes and parents. Including topics from coaching techniques, sports parenting, concussion protocols and from inspirational speakers to communication strategies, van safety, SafeSport and club policies; this commitment to staff development has made a tangible difference in our programs and sets the national standard among snow sports clubs.
These extraordinary accomplishments of the past year would not have been possible without the continued support of Vail Resorts, current and past families, alumni, supporters and friends throughout the community. I am eternally grateful for all that our extended SSCV family does to provide life changing opportunities to the youth of the Vail Valley.
As we look forward, many opportunities remain.
Progress continues towards the re-development of the clubhouse. Approval for the project has been received from the Town of Vail with plans calling for an expansion of the clubâ€™s space from 6,000 sq. ft. to 28,000 sq. ft. Funding for the project will be obtained from the sale of 1 or 2 penthouse residential units on the upper 2 floors of the new building.
The proposal to expand Golden Peak to create much needed training venues for the kids is under review by the US Forest Service with hopes that an approval would allow construction in the summer of 2016.
The Residence Center plans create subsidized housing opportunities to attract and retain great coaches and meet the need of kids currently hosted with families. The project will be self-sustaining once completed. The goal is to house the first staff and students in the fall of 2016.
Most importantly, an Opportunity Fund is being created to provide accessibility for local kids and insure that advancement is based on effort and performance.
Together, we will Fulfill the Dream in 2015!
Gorusch in Beaver Creek-SSCV "House" for World Championships
Gorsuch in Beaver Creek is the official SSCV â€œhouseâ€ for the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. Stop by after
the races on February 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th from 2:30 to 4:30pm
to learn more about SSCVâ€™s vision for the future! We are looking forward to sharing our goals and how they will impact the membership. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served on the downstairs level of the store. For more information contact Carol Johnson at email@example.com. We hope to see you there!
Reminder about Volunteer requirements:
Have you met your volunteer requirement this season?
Sign up now to ensure you get your â€œpointsâ€ completed or you will not be eligible for a Eagle County or Colorado Discount next year.
Log into your â€œMy SSCV Accountâ€ and go to the Volunteer tab to sign up or
email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Ski & Snowboard Club Vail cannot exist without the incredible support and dedication of all our members and friends! An invaluable way to support is through volunteering for events, competitions and fundraisers throughout the year.
Eagle County and Colorado families are fortunate to benefit from discounts which help offset the real cost of SSCV programs. In exchange for this privilege, SSCV requires each family to complete a predetermined amount of volunteering through various jobs. There are numerous opportunities, both on and off the snow, throughout the year.
Alumni Reunion Weekend and Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Celebration; Volunteer Photographers for Home Events and Championships
The following volunteers are need for Alumni Reunion Weekend and Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Celebration.
Sign into your mysscv account to sign up or contact Sharon Schmidt at 978-621-8738 or email@example.com for more information.
- Friday, February 6
- Moving tables and chairs from VSSA to MFC-12:30 PM â€“ 2:00 PM
- Welcome Reception Event Set-up/Break down-2:30 PM â€“ 6:30 PM
- Moving tables and chairs from VSSA to MFC-5:45 PM â€“ 7:00 PM
- Saturday, February 7
- Ski & Ride Around Greeter at Base of Beaver Creek next to Chophouse Patio-9:15 AM â€“ 10:00 AM
- Decorate and set up-Four Seasons Vail-12:00 PM â€“ 5:00 PM
- Coat Check-Four Seasons Vail-6:00 PM â€“ 11:00 PM
- Clean Up-Four Seasons Vail-9:30 PM â€“ 11:00 PM
- Volunteer Photographers for home events and championships throughout the rest of the season-click here
About SSCV's First Wall of Excellence Inductees
SSCV Alumni Jeff Gorsuch (top) and Chad Fleischer (bottom) are among SSCV's first Wall of Excellence Athlete Category Inductees on February 7 at the Four Seasons Vail.
Part 4-Vail Daily featured Wall of Excellence Nominees Jeff Gorsuch and Chad Fleischer
Part 5-Vail Daily featured Wall of Excellence Nominees Ali Levy and Sylvan Ellefson
Part 6-below and coming soon in the Vail Daily-Wall of Excellence Nominess Tom Pitcher and Pete Seibert, Jr.
Part 7-coming soon in the Vail Daily-Wall of Excellence Nominees-Larry Benway and Mike Porter
Having recently relocated to Vail from Nebraska, a classmate of Chadâ€™s at Vail Mountain School told him about a US downhill racer named Bill Johnson. From that point on the boys would sneak into an establishment at the top of Bridge Street to watch Johnson race.
In 1984, not long before the Olympics in Sarajevo, Johnson won the Lauberhorn downhill (the first American to do so) and boldly exclaimed to the world that he would win an Olympic gold medal in downhill. Sure enough Johnson did. This chain of events sparked Chad to announce to his father that all he wanted to do in life was be a downhill racer.
And so Chadâ€™s father took him to Ski Club Vail (SCV) to sign him up. Charlie Adams and other staff on hand that day just about laughed them out of the building, according to Chad, when this â€œlittle kid from Nebraskaâ€ told them he was going to be the next downhill great. Well--you just never know.
Pursing his passion, Fleischer showed up at SCVâ€™s downhill camp at age 11, only to be told he was a â€œdanger to himselfâ€ and that he would need to wait another year to participate in the camp. Although this remains Chadâ€™s most crushing boyhood memory of the club, it gave him an entire year to determine what he wanted to be and how he was going to get there, fueling his passion and his dream even further.
Fast forward to truly understand where a passion and a dream can take a child. Chad went on to become a ten year member of the US Ski Team, a two-time Winter Olympian in 1994 & 1998, a five-time World Championship Team Member in 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, a two-time National Downhill Champion and a Silver Medalist at the 1999 World Cup Finals in Sierra Nevada, Spain.
Chad gives back to his communities in so many ways. He has served on the board of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (SSCV) and started SSCVâ€™s Chad Fleischer Ski & Tee Scholarship Fundraiser which raised more than a hundred thousand dollars for kids over the span of a decade.
Chad remains involved in the industry through his business, Fleischer Sport. He also gives back to the sport as a coach at the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club and a member of their athlete advisory board, watching his own childrenâ€™s passions and dreams and those of their teammates unfold in front of him.
A true Vail local from a family of ski racers, Jeff grew up in Ski Club Vail (SCV). He recalled the wonderful era he was part of, being raised by the mountain, among fellow athletes including John Buxman, Mike Brown, Karen Lancaster (Ghent), Amy Livran and David Veile. Together they discovered the brilliance of sport through training at the club, a place that gave children a chance to go after their dreams.
Jeff was a member of the US menâ€™s downhill team in 1983-84 and was selected to the Menâ€™s Europa Cup. He remains grateful for the support of Dr. Richard Steadman and Dr. Courtney Brown , both US Ski Team doctors who helped him recover from an injury in a downhill in 1984 in Meribel, France. He was also a racer representative on the Ski Club Vail board.
As an SCV alumnus Jeff felt the club gave him a real foothold into his entire life and is very grateful for the values the organization brings to its families and to the community as a whole.
Making his home in Aspen, Jeff enjoys coming back to Vail to watch his own children race, viewing it as a privilege to come home. He continues to be proud of the stellar athletes coming out of the club, the active and committed board and the evolution of the club in so many ways.
Jeff remains involved in the industry as an executive of Gorsuch Ltd. and serving on the Aspen Valley Ski Club board.
SSCV Athlete Alumni Ali Levy (top) and Sylvan Ellefson (bottom) are also among SSCV's Athlete Category Wall of Excellence Inductees.
Among the Athlete Category nominees are Ali Levy and Sylvan Ellefson. As snowsports have evolved over SSCVâ€™s 50+ year history, so have its program offerings. Ali Levy and Sylvan Ellefson were both members of the inaugural SSCV team in their snowsport, Ali on the first SSCV Freestyle Team and Sylvan on the first SSCV Nordic Team.
Growing up in the Denver Front Range and spending many a winter weekend in Vail, Ali was part of the Vail Resorts Ski School moguls program as a young girl. As her skills blossomed, Ali outgrew ski school, forcing her to seek moguls training elsewhere. With very few moguls freestyle programs in Colorado at the time, Ali and her brother, along with a number of fellow moguls athletes, were thrilled to return to Vail to become a part of SSCVâ€™s newly formed freestyle program.
As part of a small SSCV Freestyle Team in its early beginnings, the SSCV coaches meant so much to Ali. When asked about her favorite memories of SSCV, she recalled those morning runs in shorts and t-shirt before a competition mandated by SSCV coach Troy Benson, something unheard of in the freestyle world.
Fast forward a few years and she recalled the 2013 US Selections with SSCV coach Brian Baker sliding down the course beside her on each run screaming words of encouragement. To have Brian at her side at the finish that day at the very moment that she realized she had just qualified for the US Freestyle Team remains the greatest moment she could possibly imagine. This marked an equally memorable moment for SSCV as Ali was the first SSCV athlete to be named to the US Freestyle Team.
Ski & Snowboard Club Vailâ€™s core values of Character, Courage and Commitment have reached far beyond the ski hill for Ali. She finds herself using them every single day without even realizing it, passing them along to those she works with as a coach, as a teacher and in her current career.
Ali was on the US Freestyle Ski Team and a World Cup athletes from 2003-2005. She went on to receive a BA in Geography from Middlebury College and a Masters Degree in Counseling and Sport Psychology from Boston University SED.
Ali has continued to give back to her sport, including teaching skiing, supporting the sports psychology program at SSCV and being part of the NBC Olympics Production Team in Vancouver as well as a member of the Youth Committee for the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
Ali is enjoying her professional career in the Boston area, but never loses sight of the feeling that coming to Vail is â€œcoming homeâ€.
Starting out his Ski & Snowboard Club Vail snowsports career as an alpine ski racer at the age of 11, a few years later he transitioned to high school alpine racing for Vail Mountain School. Sylvan found Nordic skiing in his sophomore year of high school thanks to a few of his friends and Dan Weiland who became his Nordic coach. Combining his talents in alpine racing and Nordic skiing, Sylvan went on to win the Colorado State Skimeister Championship title in his sophomore year, being recognized as the best all-around high school skier in Colorado.
As Sylvanâ€™s Nordic results began surpassing his alpine results, he made the decision to fully transition to Nordic skiing in his junior year, participating in both high school and club racing. As a senior in high school, Sylvan joined the SSCV Nordic Program during its inaugural year under SSCV Coach Dan Weiland.
Among Sylvanâ€™s most memorable moments while at SSCV was his 3rd
place finish at Junior Nationals in Truckee Tahoe in 2005. This great performance not only carried with it a place on the podium but also a realization that he could in fact compete at a Division 1 collegiate level which would serve as a stepping stone to a professional ski career.
Sylvanâ€™s favorite memory at SSCV was crossing the finish line at US Nationals last year in the 30K freestyle for a 1st
place finish and a National Champion title. Sylvan had set this goal for himself 10 years prior and when it was ultimately realized he experienced an overwhelming sense of emotion, recalling the many family members, friends and coaches who had put in the time to help him get there.
In addition to his 2014 US National Championship title in 30K freestyle in 2014, he was a two-time Junior National All American in high school, a one-time collegiate All-American at Bates College, a two-time Bates College Athlete of the Year, had 23 World Cup starts, was the 2012 SuperTour Champion (the overall points leader in the US), and took 3rd place in the US National Championships 15K freestyle in 2012.
According to Ellefson, SSCV played an amazing role in his life, helping to develop him not only as an athlete but also as a person, fellow athletes and coaches having a positive influence on all of his life decisions, not just those involving athletics. To a degree Sylvan felt he had a natural work ethic, but the Clubâ€™s fostering of that work ethic was the most important thing SSCV provided him over the years.
Although Sylvan retired as a professional athlete at the end of last season, he continues to instill his knowledge of and passion for the sport heading up SSCVâ€™s Nordic Futures Stars development level program for youngsters ages 6+ alongside his sales and marketing career at Cirque Mountain Apparel.
A lifelong Valley resident, Sylvan is a beloved member of the community, one that embraced him along the way in his pursuits as a professional Nordic athlete.
Tom Pitcher (top) and Pete Seibert, Jr. (bottom) are among the Wall of Excellence Leadership Category nominees at SSCV's first Hall of Fame/Wall of Excellence Induction.
Tom Pitcher and Pete Seibert, Jr. are among the four people being inducted into the Wall of Excellence Leader Category.
Originally from Iowa, Tom joined the military at the age of 19, travelling the world and serving his country as a fighter pilot. Tom went on to become a pilot for Delta Airlines.
Diverting to Vail in the late 1960â€™s for a family vacation when there turned out to be no snow in Taos, the entire family fell in love with the mountain and the town and decided to spend the next winter in Vail. By the following winter they were full-time residents of Vail, leaving behind a brand new home they had just finished building in Houston for life in the Vail Valley. Tom continued his career as a pilot with Delta, commuting for assignments, and his children went on to ski race with Ski Club Vail.
Tom and his wife Kay volunteered every free moment they had with the Club. Tom served the Club in many ways. In the early days he was timing races and rallying athletes from other parts of Colorado to race in Vail. Tom, together with Ed Livran, started the Vail Cup, which exists to this day, attracting racers from across Colorado
After attending referee school in Colorado Springs, he became a USSA licensed race referee, which helped enable Ski Club to run USSA sanctioned races in Vail. Tom would help out with the construction of the clubhouse whenever he had a free moment. The opening of the Clubhouse doors remains one of Tomâ€™s fondest memories of the organization realizing just how needed it was to support its racers and what an amazing community effort it represented.
Tom was also instrumental in helping to expand the coaching staff at Ski Club Vail and served as an SSCV Trustee and Board President. Tom was the first Zella Gorsuch Memorial Award winner in 1977 and went on to win it a second time in 1979. He also coached young athletes in the Valleyâ€™s Buddy Werner league.
Ski Club Vail was like a second career to Tom, something he was fully committed to and engaged with. Tomâ€™s leadership and commitment has indeed left a mark on SSCV.
Pete Seibert Jr.
Pete Seibert, Jr. has been involved in many ways with Ski & Snowboard Club Vail, not only as an athlete in the early years of the Club, but also as an SSCV parent, Trustee and Board President.
Moving to Vail from Leadville as a second grader in the early 1960â€™s, Pete saw all of the big kids skiing a lot faster than him and told his dad he wanted to ski with him. And so he began training around willow gates with Ski Club Vail coach Don Larsh and remained a Ski Club athlete until 1973.
Fast forward to Peteâ€™s senior year of high school, and modest about his career as a Ski Club Vail athlete, Pete recollected qualifying to compete in Junior Nationals where he came in 50th
in the downhill which he felt a good result for him. The good sport that he is, Pete playfully recounted competing in the Roch Cup in Aspen that same year, a competition his dad, Pete Seibert, Sr., one of the founders of Vail, had previously taken first and second places in, while Pete Jr. hit the Aspen Times for straddling an entire flush in that competition.
Pete went on to attend Middlebury College, graduating in 1977. He went on several years later to obtain a business degree from the University of Denver.
Peteâ€™s own children grew up in Ski Club Vail, starting out in Gravity Core, which reinvolved Pete as a Club parent from the early 1990â€™s until the late 2000â€™s. He was on the Ski Club Vail board for sixteen of those years, very involved with volunteer work, recalling in particular how he was always trying to find enough gate keepers and the excitement of working the Birds of Prey course for the World Cups.
Peteâ€™s wisdom and direction in facilitating progress in the development of facilities such as the expansion of early season snowmaking at Golden Peak has had a transformative impact on the club and the community. He was also instrumental a few years prior in working with the Town of Vail in redesigning the driveway at the Club to better accommodate cars at drop off and pick up.
When asked about what a family gets out of SSCV, Pete replied that it provides a lot of extra time you get to spend with your children that you can never replace.
Seibert is also aware of the impact that Ski Club Vail has on empowering local youth. Throughout the years, he has heard many compliments from SSCV alumni who note the lessons and work ethic they learned while at SSCV. Chris Steinberg, MD, who raced with Seibert at SSCV before attending Middlebury, told Seibert that the club taught her the discipline needed to get her through medical school, helping kids do a whole lot more than ski race. Seibert also recounted a comment from SSCV alumnus Steve Yestness, who test flew helicopters for the Air Forceâ€”the downhill gave him the courage to keep his hand on the stick, and the slalom taught him humility.
Migrating out of the ski resort industry, Pete has spent the last 25 years involved in real estate in the Vail Valley, most recently with Slifer Smith and Frampton. He is a past recipient of SSCVâ€™s Zella Gorsuch Memorial Award. He continues to give back to the community as a ski buddy with the Vail Vets program and is also a member of the Minturn Economic Development Advisory Council.
Pete has not only experienced, but contributed to, the forward movement of the Club in many special ways over several generations.
A complete listing of inductees is below.
Hall of Fame
Byron and Vi Brown
Wall of Excellence
Pete Seibert, Jr.
For details, a schedule of events and to purchase tickets for Alumni Reunion Weekend and the Hall of Fame and Wall of Excellence Celebration click here
Seeking February SSCV Athlete C3 Award Nominations
Due February 21
The core values of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail are CHARACTER, COURAGE AND COMMITMENT. The C3 Awards were established several years ago to recognize outstanding displays of these character traits by our athletes both on snow and off. A total of six C3 winners will be awarded this season (one winner for each month from November through April).
The Walter Kirsch Character, Courage and Commitment Overall Season winner will be selected in April from among the C3 monthly award winners.
Anyone can nominate any SSCV athlete who displays the traits of character, courage and commitment for a C3 award. February nominations are due in hand February 21 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions please call 978-621-8738. Click here for details and a copy of the nomination form.
Snowsports Highlights and Volunteer Thank You
A few scenes from the past two weeks
SSCV athletes continue to enjoy successes this season across all age groups and snowsports. We are very grateful for the efforts of the many volunteers who have helped to make the SSCV hosted competitions a great success.
Check out the Vail Daily coverage below for the following events which took place the past two weeks.
Walczyk hits World Cup podium in Deer Valley-Vail Daily-January 18, 2015
Alpine Town Series
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Nordic Town Series
You too can participate! No experience necessary!
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