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Stop what you’re doing, gather the family, and click this link because SUGAR MOUNTAIN IS YOUR 2022 HIGH COUNTRY CHAMPS BABY!

We hope everyone enjoyed this years High Country season. It got off to a delayed start thanks to mother nature, but we turned on the jets after that. Thank you to everyone that raced this year. We all earned this championship together. Anyone that raced earned a piece of this championship for the team. It was great to see everyones dedication over this year. From the coaches perspective, its always inspiring to see the athlete’s progress from December to now. This is a testament of everyone working together (athletes, parents and coaches).

If your racing season is done please be sure to get all of your gear from Sugar. We can not guarantee it will be there next year. We would encourage everyone to wax your skis (don’t scrape them) before you put them away for the summer. Buckle those boots before storing them so they don’t lose their shape. Bonus points if you turn down your DIN’s until next season.

There are still plenty of racing opportunities this year. We strongly recommend the whole family sign up for Dick Trundy on 3/19 at Sugar. This is a really fun way to wrap up your ski season.

Here is the remaining calendar…

3/5 & 3/6 USSS SARA championships for “little kids”.

After 3/6 there are plenty of post season races up north. Please see a coach if you are interested because there are too many to lost.

3/6-Dual Slalom @ App. $ raised goes to support Wyatt Cottrell who is 8 yrs old who has suffered from various pediatric cancers. Race is for all ages. More info here…

3/12-Runs for Buns at Beech. The skier with the most laps on Beech Mountain during the day wins. $ raised goes to support Colon Cancer. See if you can beat Ross’ 19-20 campaign of 36 runs in one day.

3/19-Dick Trundy @ Sugar. GS race that raises $ for the American Cancer society. This is an awesome family event and a really fun way to end the season.

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