TRUCKEE, Calif. (April 24, 2010) United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) awarded scholarship funds totaling $15,000 to 77 USASA members at the 2010 USASA National Championships. The 21st Annual USASA National Championships were held at Copper Mountain, CO on April 3-9, 2010. The week of snowboard and FreeSkiing competitions and festivities attracted over 1,500 riders between the ages of 3 to 66, from 32 Regional Series across the country, specializing in a variety of snowboard and FreeSki disciplines.
Truckee, California. ATTENTION ALL RIDERS!!! The USASA is currently accepting nominations for two people to serve as Riders Representatives for 2010-2011. A Riders Representative is a member of the USASA Executive Board with full voting rights. He or she represents the interests and perspective of all USASA competitive athletes.
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South Lake Tahoe, Calif. – October 8, 2009 –The United States of America Snowboard Association has launched a two month fundraising promotion to raise money for the USASA Regional Series. The funds will go directly to the 31 Regional Series around the country, all of which are run by volunteers. This funding will help them to continue to provide the 5,000 members with the opportunity to participate in fun, fair and safe snowboard and ski events each year. As part of their partnership with the USASA, Mitsubishi has donated the 2010 Lancer Sportback Ralliart to be used as the grand prize in the nationwide promotion.
Professional snowboarders establish the country’s first, independent snowboard training organization with the aim to secure spots on Team USA and contend for medals at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games
(ASPEN, Colo., August 13, 2009) – In an unprecedented initiative, a newly-formed independent group of Champion alpine snowboarders announced today the launch of America’s Snowboard Team® (AST). AST is the first independent, professional snowboard team in the United States created by athletes for athletes. Their mission is to raise the profile of alpine snowboarding and provide a premier training environment for Olympic hopefuls to qualify, and ultimately medal, at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C.