Announcements

Julia Frontero winner of High Casade Snowboard Camp Raffle

Julia Frontero is our lucky winner of our season-long raffle for a week at High Cascade Snowboard Camp. She will be attending Session 5, July 26 - August 2. Julia's brother, Jackson, has also signed up and will be out there with her. We'd like to thank the folks at High Cascade for their support throughout last season and for the opportunity to send Julia out for a camp session. We're looking forward to seeing Julia and Jackson at our events this winter!

CMS National Sweatshirts

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USASA CMS National Championship Hoodies

CMS National Team sweatshirts are now available. The hooded sweatshirts will be blue with the design shown in the picture on the left.

All athletes, parents, family, friends and fans are welcome to purchase this year's authentic CMS National Team sweatshirt.

Sweatshirts are $40 and we can send you an invoice to pay online with PayPal.

Jason Evans & Bob Basil Boardercross & Skiercross Camp - March 28th

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The Catskill Mountain Series will be hosting the Jason Evans / Bob Basil Boardercross & Skiercross Camp on March 28, 2010 at Windham Mountain.

Poladian Dominates Weekend

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Former Slalom Bronze medalist at the USASA National Championships, Andrew Poladian, has come out of retirement to dominate the Open Class Alpine Events. Poladian racked up three Gold medals this weekend (2 in Giant Slalom & 1 in Slalom) on his 1st weekend racing since his decision to return to USA Snowboard competitions. Hard work, his new house and preparing athletes for the future are Andrew's focuses as we move through another Olympic year.

2010 USA Olympic Snowboard Team Announced

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U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association announced the 2010 Olympic Snowboarding Team Monday. The team is full of talented riders that have past Olympic experience and then some new members making their Olympic debut. The rooster is made up of 18 athletes that will compete in 3 different disciplines that will be held at Cypress Mountain in Vancouver.

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