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Colby Lee execuites a back flip truck driver grab during the mogul competition at Winter Park.
Garth Hager / AVSC photo |

Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club

IPC Snowboard Cross World Cup

Snowmass Village

Feb. 5

Lower Limb 2 Men

Mike Shea, 1

Evan Strong, 3

Keith Gabel, 4

Lower Limb 2 Women

Heidi Jo Duce, 2

Upper Limb Men

Vlad Kovolenko, 3

Feb. 6

Lower Limb 2 Women

Heidi Jo Duce, 3

Lower Limb 2 Men

Mike Shea, 2

Keith Gabel, 3

Rocky Mountain Division Moguls

Winter Park

Moguls Women

Alex Goluba, 31

Sierra Reeves, 34

Stephanie Anglin, 35

Moguls Men

Colby Lee, 12

Aaron Lee, 28

Oliver Smith, 35

Henry Henley, 55

Feb. 7

Dual Moguls Women

Sierra Reeves, 17

Stephanie Anglin, 17

Dual Moguls Men

Colby Lee, 7

Aaron Lee, 17

USASA Boarder and Skier Cross #3

Snowmass Village

Feb. 7

Grommet Girls (8-9 year olds)

Tabitha Galicia, 2

Menehune Girls (10-11 year olds)

Millie Simon, 1

Ruggie Girls (7 & under)

Evie Boney, 1

Youth Women (14-15 year olds)

Isabella Borenstein, 1

Kelanii Scarpaci, 2

Skier Girls (10-12 year olds)

Hanna Faulhaber, 1

Breaker Boys (12-13 year olds)

Sean Connelly, 1

Noah Bethonico, 2

Davis Cook, 3

Bodhi Johnson, 4

Shayne Sandbloom, 5

Brenon Reed, 6

Robert Sanderson, 7

Lucas Matheny, 8

Zane Hanlon, 9

Grommet Boys (8-9 year olds)

Zion Bethonico, 1

Isaac Brogdon, 2

Junior Men (16-17 year olds)

Robin Greenfield, 1

Minda Ren, 2

Men Jam’s (18-22 year olds)

Victor Henckel, 1

Menehune Boys (10-11 year olds)

Ryder Bollock, 1

Christopher Chesner, 2

Ethan Chase, 3

Jasper Grimm, 4

Paul Munk, 5

Boden Hamilton, 6

Open Class Men

John Chase, 1

Ruggie Boys (7 and Under)

Ryder Hutchinson, 1

Nicholas Trouskie, 2

Luca Malacarne Kraus, 3

Youth Men (14-15 year olds)

Richard Argueta, 1

Will Boney, 2

Forrest Haugaard, 3

Max Rubenstein, 4

Christian Narby, 5

Preston Jesick, 6

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