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On The Hill: USASA Nationals snowboard slalom with 5-year-old Sloan Alexander (snow video)

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

VIDEO: Watch the coverage of the USASA snowboard slalom race from the finish line on this installment of #usasaxothwzg. The lead-off batter was none other than 5.5 year old Sloan Alexander, the daughter of Z Griff’s volunteer, Allison, and the youngest competitor at the USASA Nationals. Sharing photos and video from Nationals? Tag #othwzg for love on Summit Daily social.

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Summit Daily field report: We have a little bit of weather out there today with a slight chance of snow, rain and thunder. There is a possibility of snow on Sunday night with some totals expected.

Weather: High of 47 F, low of 29 F. There is a slight chance of snow and a slight chance of rain and thunder.

Lift lines: Even though it’s almost 50 degrees out the lift lines are no sweat. Got to love spring laps.

Breakdown: It was another day of racing at USASA Nationals at Copper Mountain and Z Griff was there to capture the finish line, starting with the youngest competitor in the field, local Sloan Alexander.

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