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Rebranding of USTSA Teams
USTSA has rebranded their competitive teams this year and made changes to the team contracts to help develop the athletes and strengthen the teams. The newWorld Cup Teamis similar to the previous “A” Team and more clearly defines the level of racing by these team members. The newUS Teamcorresponds to the “B” team but has added training camp requirements in the contract. TheDevelopment Teamis a blending of the previous Development Team which had included athletes 17 years of age and younger and the Regional Team which included adult racers. The board is also working to develop an Ambassador program, which has not been finalized yet.
Season Points Released
Lyta Foulk Attends NASTAR National Championships
Following the races Lyta wrote, "I had a good three days at the NASTAR Nationals in Snowmass, Colorado. I had a few goals, have fun, promote tele and the USTSA, encourage young telemarkers, and win. The first two days were age class races. Being a girl telemarker I only had one other person competing in my 14-15 tele age class. However, she lives in Eagle, Colorado, and I hope I have recruited her to at least ski in the Vail race next year."
2015 World Championships in Steamboat Springs needs Financial Support
USTSA plans to host FIS World Championships in 2015. It is an honor to be selected for this top level event in our sport that happens every other year. We need financial help to be able to host this event. Please make a tax deductible donation through our indiegogo site to support this prestigious event. Thanks to team member Jack Rosenthal for putting this fundraising site together!
2014 World Cup Finals - Rjukan, Norway
McKinstry and Snyder crowned US National Champions
2014 Steamboat Springs World Cup