Check out the edit from Jay Peak of the USASA Northern Vermont Rail Jam!
Happy New Years! First of all, congrats to all on still being alive!
I’m looking forward to a really exciting and productive 2013! Thanks to my win at USASA nationals Open Class in slope, I got invited to the first half pipe world cup down in New Zealand last summer! That was my first big pipe comp back and I ended up in 9! Second out of U.S girls! I also did the New Zealand Open in Slope and ended up getting 7! The second U.S. girl again!
Wishing you all a late Happy Holidays, hope your seasons been good. As for me, my seasons been great so far. I finished the semester strong with a 4.0, and headed to Telluride for the first World Cup of the season. I was pretty nervous because I had to miss the training camp to study for finals, but all went well and I finished in 9th and was the only US girl to qualify.
Southern Vermont Snowboard and Freeski series is off to a great start! check out this nice little edit of their rail jam last weekend!
Here’s an update of the time I spent at school in the fall. I was at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah for the past 3 months where I was taking 3 classes. Multivariable calculus, intro to computer science, and an environmental justice course.