Winter Dew Tour- We’re IN!

We just got official word that women skiers will be included in the Breckenridge and Snowbasin stops of The Winter Dew Tour.  Though we aren’t included 100% (meaning we have less prize money and 1 less stop), this is the closest we’ve been so far! We were stuck in a what-came-first-the-chicken-or-the-egg stage for a while.  You see, the women’s side of our sport is growing […]

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Thank you.

When you set out to accomplish a goal obstacles can be frustrating.  But, sometimes the obstacles can be glorious.  Like being stuck in New Zealand unable to ski.  Here we are on the other side of the world, together, friends.  How couldn’t we be having fun?! So, we set out to Queenstown, drove over the Crown Range Pass as snow was accumulating on the mountains […]

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New Zealand Day 4?

Well, I’m still in New Zealand.  There hasn’t been much skiing in the past few days.  Unfortunately, skiing is an outdoor sport 😉  Just kidding, but really- it’s spring down here and we thought that it would be done snowing- it’s not. Two nights ago it snowed a foot in the mountains, and though it turned into a sunny day, the pipe and airbag weren’t […]

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Olympic Dreams

Many athletes dream of going to the Olympics, others dream of the day that their sport will be added to the Olympic roster.  I happen to fall in the latter. When I began competing in halfpipe in 2002 I was participating in regional events in New England (Vermont, New Hampshire, New York and Maine).  In 2003 I went to Newfoundland for the first ever Junior […]

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