January 21, 2014
Patrick Deneen, who trained with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club briefly, was named to the men’s U.S. Olympic team along with Bradley Wilson.
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Former Steamboat skiers Patrick Deneen and Eliza Outtrim were named to the Olympic moguls team on Tuesday.
One U.S. freestyle skier punched his ticket Wednesday to the Olympics, and a whole bunch more showed they could be worthy while competing in a freestyle World Cup moguls event at Whiteface Mountain resort in New York.
U.S. Freestyle Ski Team members Patrick Deneen and Hannah Kearney went 2-for-2 on Friday at the 2013 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships in Voss, Norway, each picking up a bronze in dual moguls.
Steamboat Springs skier Eliza Outtrim finished second Friday in a moguls event in Sochi, Russia.
Thanks to a huge weekend, a pair of Steamboat Springs moguls skiers should finish on the moguls World Cup season-ending podium.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club member Patrick Deneen finished fourth Thursday evening at a World Cup freestyle moguls event in Deer Valley, Utah.
Hannah Kearney and Patrick Deneen kept their overall freestyle World Cup leads Wednesday in Meribel, France, with a pair of second-place finishes in dual moguls.
The U.S. Freestyle Ski Team has a vast history of winning medals at the Olympic Games, more than any nation in fact. But the United States hasn’t won a gold since a trio of skiers did it in 1998 at the games in Nagano, Japan.