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It’s been three years since the women’s speed team has traveled to longtime U.S. Ski & Snowboard training site nestled in the Andes, at Ski Portillo, Chile. Though snowfall in recent years has been a challenge, the women’s speed team were excited to travel back to the oldest ski area in South America. Two athletes in particular - Alice Mckennis (New Castle, Colo.) and Jackie Wiles (Portland, Ore.) - were looking forward to strapping on the long boards and getting back into speed action.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard and USASA continue their fruitful relationship with major improvements to the event pipeline. USASA will now serve as the sole event entry point for both freeskiing and snowboarding events.
This vastly improves the clarity of the layout in the United States and makes it easier to access grassroots competitions through USASA’s 31 regional series and 500-event network. Highlighting this shift, USASA will also take on a new role in the running of "The Futures Tour" for the 2019-20 competition season.
On Thursday, Sept 5, U.S. Ski & Snowboard and the Atlanta Braves announced the Visa Big Air presented by Land Rover at SunTrust Park December 20-21. Four-time X Games medalist Maggie Voisin (Whitefish, Mont.) as well as 2018 PyeongChang Olympic big air silver medalist Kyle Mack (West Bloomfield, Mich.) were on-site ahead of the Braves home game versus the Washington Nationals to celebrate the iconic new event.