The 2012 Scholarship Award Winners have been posted for snowboarders.
An unexpected thing happened last Thursday during the Open Class boardercross awards ceremony....
Hope you all had a good time during the holidays. Im really pumped on the past few days and getting a bunch of snow finally! I have been pretty much just dedicating this season so far to working my way back to a healthy body, training, and possibly doing some select competitions. I'm just getting back on snow over the past month due to a herniated disc in my lower back.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(South Lake Tahoe, CA 3/10/12) The United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) proudly announces the 2012 Chuck Allen Scholarship program as well as a new grant program created by the USASA Foundation to provide funds for athletes attending Nationals.
Each year USASA members who qualify for the National Championships can apply for The Chuck Allen Scholarship by completing the application requirements posted on usasa.org. The applicants are evaluated for various criteria including transcripts, letters of recommendation, and snowboarding results. The scholarships awarded can range from $100 to $1,000 and can be used for any accredited school or institute of learning, coaching program or snowboard/ski camp. Beginning this year, Scholarships will only be awarded to those in the 6th grade or higher.
It was another bluebird day at Mammoth Mountain. There wasn't a cloud in sight to hide the sun kissed snow from all of us looking for good times on the mountain. Looking to get out of the park on an adventure, a group of us went to an out-of-bounds spot called 'hole in the wall'.