December 7, 2009
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Steamboat Springs freestyle moguls skier Jeremy Cota kicked off the World Cup season with a third-place finish Saturday in Ruka, Finland.
Thanks to a huge weekend, a pair of Steamboat Springs moguls skiers should finish on the moguls World Cup season-ending podium.
On the women’s side, Hannah Kearney won her 12th straight World Cup. Steamboat’s Eliza Outtrim was 10th, and Brittany Loweree was 13th.
Steamboat Springs freestyle moguls skier Jeremy Cota notched his career-best World Cup finish Saturday in Mount Gabriel, Quebec.
Jeremy Cota’s rise as one of the best moguls skier in the world continued today in Utah, as he finished fourth at the FIS Freestyle World Championships. Eliza Outtrim came in fifth among the women.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club freestyle moguls skiers Ryan Dyer and Brittany Loweree earned sports on the U.S. Ski Team on Tuesday.
Performances at weekend's Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships cap strong season for both Steamboat skiers. Ryan St. Onge finished fourth in men's aerials.
Demong, Spillane notch top-6 finishes
The U.S. Nordic Combined Team continued its torrid trek to the 2010 Winter Olympics on Saturday, notching a podium and three finishes in the top six. Todd Lodwick stood on the podium for the second straight week, finishing third at the World Cup event in Chaux Neuve, France.
Steamboat Springs skiers place 6th and 8th at Deer Valley
Two Steamboat Springs skiers made their case Thursday for inclusion on the U.S. moguls Olympic team. Skiing at the Visa Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, Steamboat’s Jeremy Cota finished sixth, and Mike Morse finished eighth.
When the 2010 Winter Olympic Games open in Vancouver, B.C., in February, Steamboat Springs’ long-running Olympic tradition is likely to continue. It will be fueled by homegrown athletes like Todd Lodwick, Johnny Spillane, Alex Miller, Brett Denney and Bryan and Taylor Fletcher. But there will be others.