Woodward Progression Award Winners

Created: 28 February 2017

Hudson Shaeffer from the Appalachian Series is one of 32 USASA athletes to win the Woodward Progression Award.

Summer is gonna be awesome this year as Woodward Camps is aknowleding 32 riders from the USASA community with free session to Woodward as part of the Woodward Progression Award. The Woodward Progression award is given to one individual athlete (skier or riders) from each series who showed the most improvement and growth throughout the entire series. Winners of the Woodward Progressions Award exemplify Woodward and USASA's mission to build the best young athletes who demonstrate the qualities of integrity, respect, positivity and good sportsmanship.

Here are a few of the outstanding recipients of this year's Woodward Progression Award.

Calvin Kehril from the Western Washington Series will be spending a week at Woodward Tahoe.

The New Hampshire Series freeskier James Pouch will also be heading out to Woodward Tahoe for a week of summer camp fun.

Great Lake Snow Series Woodward Progression Award winner Brian Rice will be headed to Woodward Copper for his continuious progresssion in snowboarding throughout the 2016-17 season and his sportsmanship.


Otto Nikolai celebrates his progression award with the rest of the Grand Canyon Series! 

If you don't win this year's Woodward Progression Award, you can still get an epic deal on Woodward Copper. USASA Members can save $300 on Woodward Copper Summer Camp. Reserve a spot today for weeks 5, 7, 8 or 9 by calling 888-350-1544 and use promo code USASACamp.
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