Dylan Weglarz – Profile

US Team Member: 2013-2019 Seasons
Hometown: Durham, NHDylan 2017 headshot
Home Ski Hill/Resort:  Waterville Valley, NH
Birthplace: Portsmouth, NH
Birthdate:  1997

Personal Sponsor: Roper Real Estate of Waterville Valley, The Speed Factory in Campton, NH

USTSA Team Sponsors: Karbon, Global Rescue,  Saucer Wax, Minus33, Telemarkdown, 22 Designs

My Skiing History:

Started skiing at 20 months old.  I’ve been Telemark skiing for 6 years.

My Goals and Motivation:

To spread Telemark and watch it grow to become more popular.
What I Love about Telemark Racing:

How visually pleasing it is

Interesting Facts about Myself:

I can telemark backwards.

Competition Results:

2017 Season

1st – Suicide Six
2nd – Mt Abram
3rd – Waterville Valley
1st – Wildcat
1st Overall – Minus 33 Eastern Region Series

2nd Overall –  Karbon National Championships -Grand Targhee

2016 Season

West Mountain Sprint Classic – 2nd place Mens Expert  1/9/16
Mt Abram Sprint Classic – 2nd place Mens Expert 2/6/16
Bromley Resort Sprint Classic – 3rd place Mens Expert 2/21/16
Nationals Classic 1 – 8th place Mens Expert 3/4/16
Nationals Classic 2 – 8th place Mens Expert 3/4/16
Nationals Sprint – 7th place Mens Expert 3/5/16
Nationals Parallel Sprint – disqualified 3/6/16

Previous Seasons

I was 11th place overall at the 2014 National Championships held at Bromley Mountan and Haystack Mountain, VT

I competed in the 2013 National Championships in Steamboat Springs and moved to the qualifying round of the Parallel Sprint Classic earning USTSA points as a Development Team member.

I competed and placed 1st in Nationals as a Junior at Gunstock NH in March 2012.

I placed 3rd in a skin-ski race at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, NH. I was timed on how fast I could skin up to the top of the course, then timed to see how fast I got through the gates. The uphill time and the downhill times were put together and acted as my final time. Out of the 50 men and women that were there, I had the fastest downhill time at 39.95 seconds, while the next fastest time was 6 seconds behind me at 46.14 seconds. I placed 3rd overall, but I blew the competition away with my downhill time.