PacSun USASA Snowboard Team alumni Kim Krahulec kicked off her 2009 competition season with a 3rd place finish at the US Snowboarding Grand Prix in Boreal CA. She sat out most of January with a muscle strain, pulling out of the Rev Tour, Copper NorAM's and most notably Winter X. This is the 2nd year in a row that she has made the podium at the Grand Prix Boardercross.
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I am just checking in. I recently just got home from my first trip to CO and had the time of my life.The pipe was perfect and there was good vibes everywhere. I competed in the Grand Prix at Copper as well as the Revolution Tour. It was my first grand prix I have ever competed in and had a blast. I landed one of my runs and fell on the other and ended up getting 17th out of 40 women in halfpipe. The Revolution Tour was so much fun and went really well.
USASA PacSun Team members Faye Gulini, Chloe Banning and Mick Dierdorff increased the team’s medal count to 8 on Saturday in the SBX on the final day of the USSA Revolution Tour event in Copper Colorado. The competition was intense with over 40 women and 100 men representing several countries vying for a spot in the finals. The Copper race crew worked tirelessly to build a course that would challenge a wide range of technical skills for the riders. A total of 6 PacSun team members were entered into the day’s event. Gulini, Banning and Dierdorff were joined by Chris Mahaney, Mack Joyce and Jackie Hernandez on the start list.