The following USASA members a running for a Riders Rep position on the USASA Executive Board. Some are running for a 1 year term and others for a 2 year term. Check out their bios and be ready to vote for 2 of them when you get to Nationals!
Wednesday April 23, 2014
Last update09:23:58 AM PST
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
South Lake Tahoe, CA – March 21, 2011 - The 22nd annual National Championships of the USASA will be held at Copper Mountain from April 2nd through April 12th, 2011. The competition is expected to attract nearly 1,800 competitors ranging from 4 through 64 years of age, their friends, and families, for both snowboard and ski competitions.
(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.
Happy March, everyone!
I just got back from Holimont, New York, where the third and final Race to the Cup of the year was held. We arrived late on the 21st and trained the next day. The race was two PGSs on the 23rd and 24th, and I couldn’t be happier with how I did. The first race day was very exciting, as it was beautiful and sunny. After time trials, I qualified for finals in 9th place, which meant I had to race the woman in 8th. I won and advanced to face Ariane Lavigne, the woman who qualified 1st.