SEVEN JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS MEDALS SO FAR FOR USASA

Created: 27 August 2018

Eight events into the 2018 FIS Junior Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships at Cardrona Alpine Resort, and USASA members have already won seven medals, including two gold medals. The Junior World Championships continue through September 6 with team snowboard cross, team ski cross, slopestyle and halfpipe events.

Mac Forehand (Southern Vermont Series) and Ryan Stevenson (Rocky Mountain Series) kicked off the 2018 FIS Junior Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships, winning gold and silver respectively in Sunday’s big air event. In snowboard big air, Luke Winkelmann (Rocky Mountain Series) won a silver medal.

In snowboard big air, Luke Winkelmann (Rocky Mountain Series) won a silver medal.

Jake Vedder (Rocky Mountain Series) rode away with the men’s snowboard cross gold medal, and Mike Lacroix (Maine Mountain Series) took home the bronze, at the 2018 FIS Junior Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships at Cardrona Alpine Resort Monday. In the women’s snowboard cross finals, Livia Molodyh (Mt. Hood Series) won the silver.


Livia Molodyh, Jake Vedder and Mikey Lacroix standing proud in New Zealand.


Fresh off a World Cup downhill mountain bike podium at Mont Saint Anne, Canada, Mazie Hayden (Southern Vermont Series) switched gears, continents, and many time zones to win the silver medal in ski cross. 

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