U.S. Freestyle Championships coming up at Killington | SummitDaily.com

U.S. Freestyle Championships coming up at Killington


KILLNGTON, Vt. ” Killington Resort showcases America’s best freestyle athletes including U.S. Olympians appearing in their first domestic competition since the Games at the 2006 Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships March 23-26. Olympians including moguls skiers Travis Cabral, Michelle Roarke and Hannah Kearney, along with aerialists Eric Bergoust, Emily Cook and Jana Lindsey are just a few athletes scheduled to compete.

The U.S. Championships match the best U.S. Team athletes with hundreds of aspiring American skiers looking to measure themselves against world-class athletes as they aim for spots on the U.S. Ski Team.Last year, Worlds champion Nate Roberts (Park City, UT) dazzled hometown fans en route to two U.S. titles in moguls and duals. Also defending their U.S. titles are 2006 Olympians Jillian Vogtli and Ryan St. Onge.

Killington, a regular stop on the freestyle NorAm schedule, will kick off competition with the inaugural national superpipe championship March 23, followed by moguls, aerials and dual moguls, which will be sponsored by Nature Valley. All events, including live entertainment and fireworks, are free.


Bear Mountain at Killington, Vt.; for more information, visit the web at http://www.killington.com/USfreestyle.html.


March 21-26, 2006

*Press Room open daily from 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; media headquarters will be located at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel where free wireless Internet will be available. Also, free wireless Internet will also be available at the Bear Mountain Lodge.

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