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McKinstry and Snyder crowned US National Champions
Over a four-day, six-race and two-venue National Championships weekend, the men's and women's National Champion came down to the last race for the men and a tiebreaker for the women. At the end of the weekend, Madi McKinstry was crowned as the women's National Champion based on a tie breaker. This is her third National Championship. McKinstry’s total time over 6 events was 12.96 seconds faster than Sarah Carley's total time putting McKinstry in first and Carley in second place overall. Lyta Foulk finished in third place overall. Entering the last day of racing, Cory Snyder and Tanner Visnick were nearly even in their event points. They each knew that Sunday's race would be a "winner take all". Snyder raced to the win by only 41 hundredths of a second in the final race and claimed the National title. Visnick was second overall and Birk Larsen was third. In the Junior 2 men's division, Cedar Mattole was the Champion, Paige Williams claimed the title for the Junior 1 women, Henry Barth was the Junior 1 men's champion and Tim Boden was the top men's Citizen.
World Cup Concludes in Steamboat Springs
February 15, 2014, Steamboat Springs, CO – The Telemark World Cup was held this week in Steamboat Springs while the Olympics were being contested in Sochi. Telemark is not an Olympic event and World Cup is the highest level of competition for these athletes. The international field included the top racers from Germany, France, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden, Canada, Slovenia, Great Britain and the USA.
Online Registration for Nationals
Bromley Mountain and Haystack Mountain in Vermont will host the 2014 US Telemark National Championships Thursday, February 26 - Sunday, March 2. USTSA wants to give a shout out to these two venues for working with us to schedule Nationals at the last moment after the original venue pulled out. Events on Thursday and Friday will be held at Bromley Mountain and then the action will move to Haystack Mountain on Saturday and Sunday.
Kalispell Brewing Company and Pinhead Red Wine Sponsor US Telemark National Championships
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Team Parallel Sprint at World Championships-Espot, Spain - March 13, 2013
2012 World Cup - Steamboat Springs, CO
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