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Denver’s Mark Urich Chasing Ski Race Career

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Dec.17, 2013, under General

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Mark Urich

By Troy Hawks,

Mark Urich has his sights set far down the fall line. While hype for Sochi 2014 is nearing a fevered pitch, Urich is aiming for Korea 2018. It was just three years ago that the Denver native put on his first ski and he’s been pursuing an adaptive ski racing career ever since.

Only a few months into the sport, Urich placed ninth in the 2011 U.S. Adaptive Alpine Championships at Alyeska, Alaska.  Last season he took fourth in both the downhill and Super G at the U.S. Adaptive Alpine Nationals in Aspen, and in early December, Urich finished 15th at the prominent IPC Alpine Skiing NorAm Cup held at Copper. The strong finish on a world stage of adaptive ski racing left the 28-year-old Urich with newfound inspiration.

“The best in the world was there, so it was awesome to see that, it’s really got me stoked,” he says. (continue reading…)

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Lessons I’ve Learned From An Adaptive Skier

by Guest on Apr.15, 2013, under General

This blog comes to CSCUSA from Kristen Lummis, editor and founder of

Ski resorts look different when viewed through someone else’s eyes.

Last month, I joined two friends, Betsy and Uschi, for two days of skiing at Purgatory (a.k.a. Durango Mountain Resort). Betsy is a long-time Purgatory skier who knows the mountain inside and out. Uschi is an accomplished adaptive monoskier and instructor.



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