Meet the team
Here is our new team for the 2017-18 season!! We have included a junior team to get the grassroots kids motivated to strive for the elite team. Qualfying for the Elite Team was calculated from the base FIS list of the 2016-17. For the under 20 team, qualified athletes consist of the top men and women from the FIS base list that had at least 50 points.
Again,in our first round of fundraising, we have a goal of $40,000 by October 1st. These funds will cover the administrative costs including insurance, web hosting, and few other minor administrative costs. More importantly, our goal is to help cover expenses for our elite athletes competing on the World Cup racing for Olympic spots, and to send our Junior Team to the World Junior Championships .
Having trained at the prestigious Carrabassett Valley Academy on the icy peak of Sugarloaf Maine, Abby has obtainedRead More
Ryan, 23, grew up outside of Boston and snowboarded on weekends at Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. ARead More
Lynn learned how to snowboard in Bend, OR, where she fell in love with the sport. Although she has competed in most of the disciplines,Read More
AJ started snowboarding around 3 on a family ski trip to Colorado and started competing on the East Coast on the hills on Pennsylvania in every discipline.Read More
My name is Maggie Rose Carrigan, I am 20 years old and I am apart of Steamboat Springs Race Team and have an addiction to snowboarding.Read More
You wouldn't expect an Olympic Snowboard hopeful to call Cape Cod home, but Mike isn't exactly the stereotypical professional snowboarder.Read More
Here is the new Junior Team for 2017-18!!
Cody Winters grew up in the small ski town of Steamboat Springs where he started snowboarding with theRead More
Kaiya is 18 years old and just graduated from Wilson High School. She started to snowboard at theRead More