US Ski Team Heads To Wolf Creek For Bump Training

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Wolf Creek is known for deep powder, but the US Ski Team knows it for its bumps. Thanks to lots and lots and lots of early season snow, the US Mogul Team will call Wolf Creek home for the next week while they train and practice.

Wolf Creek 12The resort is already reporting more than 100 inches of snowfall year-to-date, and it’s not even Thanksgiving yet people. They are 100 percent open and proud to host the 20 member US Mogul Team and their coaches on their slopes this week.

The course is on Alberta Face, located under the Treasure Chairlift, which will make the entire event visible for all skiers and boarders.  On Saturday, November 19, at 2:00 PM there will be a meet and greet on the outside deck of Wolf Creek Lodge in the base area.  Any guest of the Wolf Creek Ski Area will be able to meet ski team members and have autographs signed.

Olympic and World Champion Hannah Kearney (Norwich, VT) and Olympic bronze medalist Bryon Wilson (Butte, MT) will be attending along with other A team members including:  Heather McPhie (Bozeman MT) and Eliza Outtrim (Steamboat Springs, CO); Patrick Deneen (Cle Elum, WA), Jeremey Cota, (Carrabassett Valley, ME) and David Digravio (Farmington, ME).

B Team Members will include:  Heidi Kloser and Joe Discoe

C Team Members: K.C. Oakley, Ali Kariotis, Brittany Loweree, Mikaela Matthews, Brad Wilson, Bryan Zemba, Landon Gardner, Shane Cordeau, Sho Kashima, Nate Roberts, and Ryan Dyer.

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