As always, the Copper Grand Prix started off this season with a bang! The pipe got better every day, and it was awesome getting to see everyone after some time off. I ended up landing one run in the qualifiers, but in the end I didn’t make it to finals. Although I didn’t make it, it was a good time watching some other Burton girls throw down in the final! Congrats to Kelly Clark on the win, and to Maddy Schaffrick on making such an amazing comeback with second!
USASA wants to hear from YOU! Please take a moment to give us some feedback regarding all things USASA. We have created this survey in order to improve our organization all-round, from regional series to the national level. Remember that this organization revolves around our athletes, and that we need to input of our membership to identify what we are doing well and what we need improvement on.
What do you get out of the deal, you ask? Following the conclusion of the survey, USASA will draw for a GO PRO CAMERA from all survey respondents who choose to include their name. Survey closes Tuesday, December 4th at 6:00pm central time! We are looking forward to hearing from you!
(South Lake Tahoe, CA 3/2/11) The United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) is renaming its annual scholarship program “The Chuck Allen Scholarship Award.” Our Founder and dear friend, Chuck Allen, passed away Feb. 14, 2011 so to honor Chuck and his dedication to the USASA and the sport of snowboarding, the USASA and Chuck’s family will proudly remember Chuck through the USASA Chuck Allen Scholarship Award.
Each year USASA members who qualify for the National Championships can apply for The Chuck Allen Scholarship by completing the application requirements. The applicants are evaluated for various criteria including transcripts, letters of recommendation, and snowboarding results.