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On The Hill: 2-for-1 from IPC adaptive boardercross and banked slalom at Copper (snow video)

On The Hill is brought to you by The Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Institute.

VIDEO: Z Griff takes us back to Easter Sunday and the following Monday at Copper, when adaptive athletes from across the nation raced on the boardercross and banked slalom courses. They’re the same courses used in the USASA National Championship events this weekend and next. Amazing to watch these athletes rip, and our bud Evan Strong breaks the minute mark easy.

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Breckenridge official report: 6″, 7″, 11″

Summit Daily field report: While there was only a slight dusting in town it was snowing a good deal on the mountain yesterday night and into this morning. There is a 6″ report and the snow stake looks legit.

Weather: High of 30 F, Low of 10 F. Mild wind and partly cloudy with bright grey light.

Lift lines: We may see some lines this morning as hungry pow fiends attack. But it is a bit of a surprise one today, so if you time it right you can lap the same lift with no lines.

Breakdown: The storm came and went and left us with a little reset. We throw it back to Easter Sunday and Monday at Copper, where Z Griff was volunteering at the IPC Nationals Banked Slalom and Boardercross. Amazing to ride with these incredible people.

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