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AVSC results

Chris Corning of the AVSC takes first in slopestyle at Junior Worlds.
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Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club

IPCAS & USP Nationals

Loon Mountain, New Hampshire



March 22



Giant Slalom Sitting Men

Andrew Kurka, 1

Tyler Walker, 2

Aaron Howell, 3

Giant Slalom Standing Men

Thomas Walsh, 1

Giant Slalom Visually Impaired Men

Kevin Burton, 1

Giant Slalom Sitting Women

Laurie Stephens, 1

Giant Slalom Standing Women

Melanie Schwartz, 2

March 24

Slalom Sitting Men

Andrew Kurka, 1

Joshua Elliott, 2

Slalom Standing Men

Thomas Walsh, 1

Slalom Visually Impaired Men

Kevin Burton, 1

Slalom Sitting Women

Laurie Stephens, 1

Slalom Standing Women

Melanie Schwartz, 3

U.S. Alpine Championships

Sun Valley, Idaho

March 23

Alpine Combined Women

Galena Wardle, 1

March 24

Super-G Men

Dean Travers, 9

Super-G Women

Galena Wardle, 8

March 26

Giant Slalom Men

Nicholas Mitchell, 15

Roaring Fork Series

Aspen Highlands

March 26

U10 Boys

Eli Cohen, 1

Luke Hamm, 2

Luka Small, 3

U10 Girls

Annika Johansson, 1

Chantal Smith, 3

U12 Boys

Jake Morgan, 1

Chase Kelly, 2

Jack Hamm, 3

U12 Girls

Chloe Smith, 2

Ronnie Bedford, 3

U14 Boys

Sean Patterson, 1

James Kelly, 2

Samuel McDermott, 3

U14 Girls

Stella Johansson,1

Taylor Laing, 2

Tashi Jackson, 3

USSA Sync Colorado Ski Cup

Winter Park

March 26

Slalom Men

Jack Bowers, 10

March 27

Dual Men

Jack Bowers, 1

Jake Bassi, 7

Dual Women

Margo McHugh, 8

IFSA Squaw Valley Nationals

Olympic Valley, California

March 27

Big. Mtn. 12-14 Boys

Miles Brundige, 6

IPC Snowboard Nationals

Copper Mountain

March 27

Banked Slalom Men

Mike Shea, 1

Evan Strong, 2

Keith Gabel, 3

Banked Slalom Women

Heidi Jo Duce, 1

March 28

Boardercross Men

Evan Strong, 1

Keith Gabel, 2

Vlad Kovalenko, 3

Boardercross Women

Heidi Jo Duce, 2

Junior World Championships – Snowboard

Seiser Alm, Italy

March 29

Slopestyle Men

Chris Corning, 1


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