Wilmington, N.Y. – The New York Ski Educational Foundation (NYSEF) freeride program competed in the United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) Rail Jam at Whiteface Mountain on Sunday, December 9. The USASA Adirondack Series serves the eastern region specifically, Whiteface, Titus Mountain, Oak Mountain and Gore Mountain. Congrats to all athletes who competed on Sunday and in their first competition of the season! Below are results from our top NYSEF (and local) athletes:

Freeski 14 & Over- Men (photo attached)

Elias Ford (Lake Placid, N.Y.) placed 1st

Marc Bilow (Malone, N.Y.) placed 2nd

Kaylen Reiley (Saranac Lake, N.Y.) placed 3rd

Freeski Open Class- Men

Bryant Ward (Queensbury, N.Y.) placed 1st

Snowboard 10-13- Boys

Logan Casey (Jay N.Y.) placed 1st

Snowboard 14 & over- Men

Robbie Sinclair (Saranac Lake, N.Y.) placed 1st

Snowboard 14 & Over- Women

Shannon Bentley (Wilmington, N.Y.) placed 1st

For more information on the USASA Adirondack series visit usasa.org.



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Danielle LaCavalla                                                   

Director of Communications/Development

NYSEF- Whiteface Mountain                                       

5021 Route 86 / PO Box 300

Wilmington, NY 12997                      

C: 845-323-7979

E: daniellel@nysef.org

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