Open Class Skier Tucker Foti at Nationals

After earning the top CMS spot in the USASA X Games Rail Jam Qualifier, CMS skier Tucker Foti finished off his season as the CMS Open Class Skier overall points leader. At the USASA National Championships he took 2nd place in the Rail Jam event and finished 15th in Slopestyle.

Empire State Games

The Empire State Winter Games is a great event. Check out all the info for this year's Games - February 2-5, 2012 - at The Boardercross/Skiercross and Slopestyle events are open to USASA New York Series members. If you haven't registered yet, email Michael Kirchner at


Slopestyle & Snowboard Slalom Added to Olympics

Exciting news for all our slopestyle snowboarders and skiers, as well as for our snowboard slalom competitors.

Brendan & Pablo Battle it out!

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Danny Legg

Saturday - Belleayre Slalom:

It was -6 degrees at the house when we left and it rose to a high of -4 degrees on this brisk Saturday morning. We were greeted by Ski Patrol and a snowmobile with trailer in tow at 7:30 and started up the hill for what would turn out to be a great day of competitions. After a series of small obstacles during set-up of the Slalom course, the event team was able to have both venues (Slalom & Slopestyle) set and ready in time for inspection. Once the mountain race crew set up timing, it was on.

CMS Photo Slideshow #3 from Belleayre and Catamount

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CMS Competition weekend at Belleayre and Catamount

Last weekend's events went smooth once again , despite the sub zero temperatures and it already being our CMS Slopestyle finals. We had a busy day at Belleayre Mountain on Saturday with a Slalom race in the morning and a Slopestyle competition in the afternoon. And on Sunday at Catamount some competitors really had to step it up if they wanted to end up as the first place qualifiers for Nationals in the Slopestyle division. All in all, we had a great time and are looking forward to the first BoarderX/SkierX this coming Saturday at Windham Mountain. See you there!


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