USASA is excited to announce Wild Mike’s Ultimate Pizza as the USASA Regional Event Series title sponsor. Based in Clackamas, Oregon, Wild Mike’s is a family-run business that makes all-natural, no artificial anything pizza and cheesy bread (Gluten-Free too!). Wild Mike’s Ultimate Pizza is served in 10,000 K-12 schools and grocery stores nationwide, which means that in every region USASA hosts events, you’ll be able to find Wild Mike’s Ultimate Pizza in your local grocery store’s freezer aisle. Additionally, Series Directors will be armed with Wild Mike’s Pizza coupons giving members discounts on pizza (and free pizza coupons too!!).

“We are beyond thrilled to partner with Wild Mike’s Ultimate Pizza and introduce an all-natural pizza to our members and their families. Our shared values of commitment to community and healthy living make Wild Mike’s a perfect partner for USASA." Michael Mallon, USASA Executive Director said.

The Wild Mike's Ultimate Pizza partnership puts Wild Mike's front and center on all USASA regional bibs and at the 2022 USASA National Championships as the presenting sponsor of the Rail Jam where they hope to bring their Rebel Rig pizza truck.

“We are very excited to be partnering with USASA and helping support skiers and snowboarders from around the country! The team at USASA has been incredible and we are looking forward to seeing events happening all over the country and visiting with coaches, riders, and more at Nationals in Colorado!" - Scott Conerly, Junior VP of Wild Mike’s Ultimate Pizza.

Learn more about Wild Mike's Ultimate Pizza here.

Wanna try Wild Mike's Ultimate Pizza? Find a store near you here.

 

NEW FOR 2021-2022


Due to new compliance standards and legislative oversight of SafeSport education and third-party background screening, all USASA adult members are now required to also hold a US Ski & Snowboard membership in the same membership category they are represented in at USASA. Once SafeSport adult compliance requirements are met US Ski & Snowboard will notify USASA and your USASA membership will become active.  These new standards provide National Governing Body oversight for adult members and allow for a more transparent, secure, and safe system for our athletes. 

2010 Olympian and USASA Snow Ohio Series Alum, Louie Vito tees off to support USASA at McHenry Country Club.

The 2nd Annual USASA Golf Classic presented by SkyRun Vacation Rentals and OrthoIllinois teed off at McHenry Country Club this past Friday with a star-studded cast of Olympic athletes, US Ski & Snowboard Team athletes, and golf professionals who raised over $37,000 for USASA. Olympians Kelly Clark and Louie Vito were joined by current US Team Halfpipe athletes and 2022 Olympic hopefuls Jaxin Hoerter and Lucas Foster to support USASA's continued fundraising efforts.

"It was really fun to be out here to support everyone” 2010 Olympian and Dancing with the Stars finalist, Louie Vito said, “We’re sharing all our different USASA experiences and reminiscing about how USASA played a big role in our lives and careers so it’s great to give back.” 

Team Lucas. USASA Freeski Rep Christopher Stumbles, Ryan Hayman, and Jim Hayman join Lucas Foster, 2022 Olympic Snowboard Halfpipe Team hopeful in the USASA Golf Classic.

Current US Ski & Snowboard team members and 2022 Olympic Team hopefuls came out to support USASA 10 days before heading off to Saas-Fee, SUI for early-season training. “It’s important for me to be here,” Lucas Foster noted, “USASA was the birthplace of my career, and my life wouldn’t be the same without this community so I want to give back to what has given me so much to make sure people are aware of the value USASA gives to so many kids lives.” 

Telluride native Lucas Foster is on the verge of something big. Photo: US Snowboard Team/Mike Dawsey

 Lucas Foster is the newest member of the US Snowboard Team’s Pro halfpipe squad, but not so long ago he was climbing the ranks of the snowboard circuit -- cutting his teeth at the Southwest Colorado Series, scoring some Rev Tour starts (and podiums) and working his way from Rookie Team member to Pro team member with a career-best 6th place World Cup finish at the 2021 Grand Prix. And at 21 years old, he’s the youngest and the newest member of USASA’s Executive Board.

We got a chance to catch up with Lucas and reminisce about his days as an up-and-coming USASA grom, the benefits of being resourceful and why it’s important to give back to USASA and snowboarding while he’s still actively competing and a change maker in the sport.

 

Eighteen months ago, Inland Northwest Series freeskier, Elyse Byrd won the 2020 Woodward Progression Award and was beyond hyped to head to Woodward Copper for a week of freeskiing, airbag jumping and foam pit flipping. Due to Covid-19, 2020 summer camp turned in to 2021 summer camp and despite the full year of anticipation, Woodward Copper lived up to the hype, leaving Elyse with a new bag of tricks and a renewed stoke for the 2021/22 USASA season. Oh and Elyse also managed to earn herself a new pair of K2 skis in the Woodward Jump Jam and was the GoPro Award Winner for session 8 while getting to ski alongside some of her heroes in the sport like Joss Christensen, Alex Ferreira, Colby Stevenson, and Alex Hall. 

The USASA is proud to host the 2nd Annual USASA Golf Classic Sept 17th at McHenry Country Club!
This fun charity golf event helps support kids in sport, the development of future athletes on the world stage, and the education of coaches, judges, and officials. Participation in sports has been shown to be a critical component in the development of today’s youth. USASA events create a positive environment to help develop self-esteem, encourage problem-solving, teach teamwork and good sportsmanship, and build confidence in young people.

In this current environment, nonprofit organizations need your support more than ever, the USASA included.

Your support will help fund programs such as:
*Membership subsidies for our youngest competitors
*Membership discounts for our US Active Military and Veterans
*Education development programs for coaches, judges, and officials

  

Due to new compliance standards and legislative oversight of SafeSport education and third-party background screening, all USASA adult members are now required to also hold a US Ski & Snowboard membership in the same membership category they are represented in at USASA. Once SafeSport adult compliance requirements are met US Ski & Snowboard will notify USASA and your USASA membership will become active. These new standards provide National Governing Body oversight for adult members and allow for a more transparent, secure, and safe system for our athletes.

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