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Updates on athletes in Pyeongchang

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The 2018 Games were a wild adventure full of smiles and some disappointment for our NYSEF alums. Will Rhoads placed ninth in the team event and 46th in the men’s Normal Ski Jump. Following the ceremonies, Tommy Biesemeyer suffered a crash in downhill training that motivated him to leave the Olympics and head back to…

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Update from Rich Burnley, Gore Program Director

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Mother Nature has not been very kind to folks in the ski business the past week or so.  At Gore, Echo has withstood the weather fairly well and is in nice shape for the U16 and U19 Championship races.  We are expecting 90, U16 alpine racers and 150, U16 alpine racers on each day! Our…

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Freeride competing against strong international and national fields

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While the Olympics have been in full swing in Pyeongchang, the NYSEF Freeride crew has kept busy competing around the northeast as qualifying season is coming to a close.  Head Coach, Justin Perry headed to Waterville Valley, NH with Avery Higgins-Lopez for his first US Ski and Snowboard Revolution Tour Slopestyle event. They saw former…

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Update from Coach Colin Delaney

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The Elite/Development Ski Jumping teams are heading out to Junior Nationals in Anchorage, Alaska at the end of February. Tate Frantz (Lake Placid), Caroline Harrison (Lyme NH), Bryce Kloc (Clifton Park, NY), Jack Lawrence (Lake Placid, NY) and Matt White (Lake Placid) are joining 10 other athletes from the Eastern division to compete. Matt White…

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BLK Festival in Weston, MA

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Day 1 photos Day 2 photos Click here for results.

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