2016 National Invitations Online

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All Regional Series events are now complete for the 2015/16 season. We have run Regional and National Rankings and have begun sending out invitations for the 2016 National Championships are online as of Wednesday March 9th.  

Log in to your profile to accept your invitation.

Thank you for your support this season and we look forward to seeing you at Copper Mountain!

Noram Cup Finals

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NorAm Cup Finals will take place in conjunction with 2016 USASA National Championships

The 2016 USASA National Championships will host the NorAm Finals for PGS, PSL, Boardercross and Skiercross as part of the Open Class competitions. The dual sanctioning of these OPEN Class events represents a cooperative effort between the USASA, the USSA and Copper Mountain Resort.    An international roster of athletes is expected to compete at the events.  Details for these events can be found at www.usasa.org

Up to $10,000 (USD) of prize money is available to be awarded for the 2016 USASA National Championships Open Class events. Prize purse is based, by gender on the number of competitors in the field of the discipline.

Jake Pates and Chloe Kim Win Gold at Youth Olympics

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USASA Alumni 17 year old Jake Pates wins Mens Gold and 18 year old Nikolas Baden wins Mens Silver at Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games in snowboard halfpipe (both originally from Rocky Mountain Series since 2006).

 

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USASA Alumni 15 year old Chloe Kim (centered) wins Ladies Gold in Ladies Halfpipe at Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games Chloe Kim is originally from our So Cal Series and currently with our Unbound Series  She has been riding with USASA since her very early years.  16 year old Emily Arthur (left) of Australia wins Silver in Ladies Halfpipe.   Emily has been with the USASA Rocky Mountain Series since 2010.   

Big Air At Fenway Park: Homerun Hitter For USASA Members

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On Feb 11 and 12, 2016, Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox, was converted into the Polartec Big Air, a 140-foot tall, 430-foot long man-made snow-covered ramp and landing area covering center field to home plate.  Thanks to US Snowboarding Association, members of the USASA Series in the New England and East Coast regions were invited to come out and for National Club Day including meet and greet with competitors and view qualifying events. 

Members from our Maine Mountain Series were lucky enough to be interviewed by local Channel 4 News.  We are very proud to have past USASA members such as Olympian Ty Walker and Chas Guldemond participating in the event.  Chas’ parents, Cindy and Paul Guldemond originally ran the USASA New Hampshire Series

Great reprsentation from Northern Vermont Series and Catskill Mountain Series enjoying the qualifing events as well as our USASA booth packed with snowboard and freeski enthusiasts managed by our Massachusetts Series.