Dubbed the White Mountain Dual Challenge, the race was the 1st stop of the World Pro Ski Tour featuring 32 ski racers from around the U.S., Canada, Finland, Sweden, and France. Next stop for the tour is Aspen, Colorado, March 9 and 10, followed by the final race of the series at Sunday River, Maine, March 30 + 31.
The nation’s best freestyle skiers will compete for national titles this spring at the 2018 U.S. Freestyle Championships. Aerials competitions will take place at the Utah Olympic Park followed by mogul competitions at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort.
Michael Ankeny from Wayzata, Minnesota, a member of Team Slalom Tokyo Drift, was the top qualifier in the White Mountain Dual Challenge this weekend at Waterville Valley ski resort in Campton, New Hampshire.
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, January 29, 2018- The United States Olympic Committee has named six WVBBTS/WVA alumni to the 2018 US Olympic Team that will compete next month in PeyongChang, South Korea.
During the 2016-17 winter season, total ski resort visits for Ski NH’s 34 ski area members reached 2,357,609, which includes alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. This represents and increase of 33% over the prior year’s visits.
Grace Henderson, a native of Madbury, New Hampshire, was recently named to the U.S. Freeskiing team. Grace, is currently ranked 17th in the world in the Big Air and 28th in Slopestyle, by the Association of Freeskiing Professionals.
Waterville Valley Resort and Waterville Valley Black and Blue Trail Smashers (WVBBTS) announced today a new multi-year comprehensive partnership with the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA). The agreement designates Waterville Valley Resort as a U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Development Site, confirming two annual competitive events.
The 2017 Karbon National Championships went off at Grand Targhee Resort in Alta, Wyoming on March 2, 3 and 4th. A new venue for the race division of the US Telemark Ski Association, Grand Targhee provided an excellent location and...
New Hampshire Special Olympics in Waterville Valley Resort
Recently, WVBBTS-SEF freeski slopestyle athlete Grace Henderson (Madbury, N.H.) took 1st place in the Big Air competition and 7th place in the Slopestyle competition at the Aspen Snowmass Freeskiing Open. Held at the same venues as the X-Games, The Aspen Snowmass Open is one of the longest running independent freeski competitions in the nation and attracts skiers from around the world. Grace’s coach, Freeski Program Director Dan Shuffleton, had this to say about Grace’s performance, “Grace is a hard working and talented athlete and this win is just the start of many great results to come."