I firmly believe that success belongs just as much to those individuals who influence it, as it does to those who pursue it.
I’d like to take a moment and thank all of those who have continued to support my pursuits and those of other adaptive snowboarders around the world.
We had a great turnout at both the French World Cup and the Canadian Would Cup and hope to see you all again soon. Our largest event boasted 39 talented riders from 9 different countries. Here are the Results from the Cups:
February 3rd: Orcieres, France World Cup:

GOLD: Evan Strong USA
SILVER: Tyler Mosher CAN
BRONZE: Keith Grable USA
GOLD: Amy Purdy USA
SILVER: Nicole Roundy USA
BRONZE: Fabienn Sava Pelosse FRN

February 4th: Orcieres, France World Cup:

GOLD: Evan Strong USA
SILVER: Tyler Mosher CAN
BRONZE: Keith Grable USA
GOLD: Amy Purdy USA
SILVER: Nicole Roundy USA
BRONZE: Fabienn Sava Pelosse FRN

April 8th: Lake Louise, Canada World Cup:

GOLD: Evan Strong USA
SILVER: Keith Grable USA
BRONZE: Mike Shea USA
GOLD: Bibian Mentel NET
SILVER: Nicole Roundy USA
BRONZE: Amy Purdy USA

April 9th: Lake Louise, Canada World Cup:

GOLD: Evan Strong USA
SILVER: Carl Murphy NZL
BRONZE: Mike Shea USA
GOLD: Bibian Mentel NED
SILVER: Nicole Roundy USA
BRONZE: Amy Purdy USA

I’d like to extend a specials thanks to the Challenged Athletes Foundation and the Level Field Fund for making the season possible.
Props go to Stuart Rea, Andy and Jacob Levine of Team Utah for coaching us though the season.
Thanks to Travis Thiele we had a great athlete turn out in Utah. There were a total of 7 Competitive athletes on the slopes at Park City Mountain Resort and The Utah Olympic Park.
A special thanks to the National Ability Center for helping us get out on the slopes! I lost count of the number of introductory lessons you did 😉
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