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Team Summit’s Axl Bonenberger takes 1st overall at 2017 USASA Nationals and more from Copper

Compiled by Phil Lindeman
plindeman@summitdaily.com
Members of the Team Summit Colorado moguls team celebrate after one of the final events of the season at the Copper Spring Cool Down, a Rocky Mountain Freestyle moguls event at Copper Mountain from April 8-9.
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USASA National Champioship | Copper Mountain, April 1-11

The final USA Snowboard and Freeski Association event of the 2016-17 ski and snowboard season, hosted at Copper Mountain from April 1-11 with five events for both disciplines: halfpipe, slopestyle, rail jam, skiercross and boardercross, plus slalom and giant slalom for snowboarders.

The following are Team Summit Colorado freeski results only. For complete results from Nationals, see the Nationals tab at USASA.org.

Ski overall, boys

1. Axl Bonenberger, 10-11 boys

Ski slopestyle, boys and girls

1. Axl Bonenberger, 10-11 boys

5. Thibault Magnin, 16-17 boys

6. Bayley McDonald, 8-9 boys

8. Lauren Bendixen, 12-13 girls

11. Max McDonald, 12-13 boys

17. Noah Begley, 14-15 boys

22. Nykolas Desharnais, 18-22 men

56. Jackson Veeneman, 14-15 boys

Ski halfpipe, boys

1. Axl Bonenberger, 10-11 boys

5. Bayley McDonald, 8-9 boys

6. Max McDonald, 12-13 boys

Ski rail jam, boys

5. Thibault Magnin, 16-17 boys

Skiercross, boys

12. Axl Bonenberger, 10-11 boys

Copper Spring Cool Down | Copper Mountain, April 8-9

One of the final events of the season on the Rocky Mountain Freestyle moguls calendar, hosted at Copper Mountain from April 8-9.

Summit standout Jason Tilley took third overall in the men’s category, along with first overall for the U-19 age group ahead of teammate Jake Koren in second place. James Crone took fifth overall in the men’s category. Tori Ware took ninth overall for the women’s category.


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