Summit’s Red Gerard, Chris Corning and Taylor Gold named to the 2022-23 US Snowboard team |

Summit’s Red Gerard, Chris Corning and Taylor Gold named to the 2022-23 US Snowboard team

Summit's Kaitlyn Adams and Fynn Bullock-Womble named to snowboard slopestyle and big air rookie team

Summit County’s Red Gerard, middle, and Chris Corning, far left, pose for photos after placing first and second in the men's snowboard slopestyle competition at the Winter Dew Tour on Dec. 18, 2021. Gerard and Corning were recently named to the U.S. snowboard slopestyle and big air men's professional team for the 2022-23 season.
Mark Clavin/Dew Tour

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, U.S. Ski and Snowboard officially announced the 49-athlete roster that will make up the U.S. Snowboard team for the 2022-23 winter season.

Among the 49-athletes named to the team are several athletes who call Summit County home or have ties to Summit County. 

On the men’s snowboard slopestyle and big air professional team, Summit’s Chris Corning and Red Gerard will once again spearhead the talent. Corning was born in Silverthorne while Gerard now lives in Silverthorne after moving from Ohio.

Both Corning and Gerard are two-time Olympians and competed at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China last winter. 

Gerard and Corning will be joined by Sean FitzSimons, Brock Crouch and Dusty Henricksen.

The women’s snowboard slopestyle and big air professional team consists of Jamie Anderson, Hailey Langland, Julia Marino and Ty Schnorrbusch. 

The slopestyle and big air rookie team consists of two up-and-coming Summit locals in Fynn Bullock-Womble and Kaitlyn Adams. Both Bullock-Womble and Adams, 17, will get their shot to make their mark as part of the U.S. Snowboard team throughout the 2022-23 season.

With Shaun White retiring this past winter season, the men’s national professional halfpipe team is without a true veteran, but that does not mean the team is not filled with seasoned talent.

Summit’s Taylor Gold will join the team again for the 2022-23 season after placing fifth in the Olympic halfpipe competition last February. Gold will be joined by Chase Josey, Lucas Foster, Toby Miller and Joey Okesson.

Summit’s Chase Blackwell failed to be named to the professional halfpipe team after being a member last season. 

The women’s halfpipe team will include Chloe Kim and Maddie Mastro.

Some of the members of the men’s and women’s snowboard cross professional teams will be Faye Gulini, Nick Baumgartner, Golden’s Stacy Gaskill, Norwood’s Hagen Kearney, Vail’s Senna Leith, Edwards’ Connor Schlegel and Steamboat Springs’ Cody Winters.

To read the full press release from U.S. Ski and Snowboard visit,

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