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2014 Rocky Mountain Freestyle Qualifier Series Championship

The event drew nearly 100 aspiring freestyle skiers to Steamboat Ski Area on March 22 and challenged them with one of their biggest tests of the season. Steamboat J5 skier Kenzie Radway was the overall girls champion, ahead of Winter Park’s J3 skier Anna Whittier in second and J3 Team Summit skier Alexis Langer in third. J4 skier Frankie Giaccio, of Vail, was the boys champion. His J3 teammate Ezra Cope was second and J4 Summit skier Max Duxbury finished third. Other age group champs included Sage Michel, of Winter Park, in the girls J4 division and Steamboat’s Elizabeth Lemley in the girls J6 age group. On the boys’ side, Cole Alexus, from Purgatory, was first in the J5 division, and teammate Freddie Mickel was first in the J6 group.

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Steamboat skier River King skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Summit skier Alden Hilden skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Kenzie Radway spins off a jump Saturday during a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. She ended up as the overall girls champion from the event. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Teluride skier Danielle Jansen skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Riley Jacobs skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's David Schlicht skis spins off a jump Saturday during a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat's Elizabeth Lemley skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Vail's Rory Swimm flies off a jump Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Winter Park's Anna Whittier skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Winter Park's Alexa Mordini skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Vail skier John Leseur skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Summit's Cole Campbell flies high Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Summit skier Max Duxbury skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Winter Park's Bryce Greive skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Freddy Rawles of Purgatory skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Sam Chasin of Winter Park skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat skier Riley Hodges skis Saturday in a moguls event at Steamboat Ski Area. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Steamboat Springs skier Owen Petersen gets all twisted Saturday during a moguls competition on VooDoo Run at Steamboat Ski Area. The event drew nearly 100 aspiring freestyle skiers and challenged them with one of their biggest tests of the season. Steamboat J5 skier Kenzie Radway was the overall girls champion, ahead of Winter Park's J3 skier Anna Whittier in second and J3 Team Summit skier Alexis Langer in third. J4 skier Frankie Giaccio of Vail was the boys champ. His J3 teammate Ezra Cope was second and J4 Summit skier Max Duxbury finished third. Other age group champs included Sage Michel of Winter Park in the girls J4 division and Steamboat's Elizabeth Lemley in the girls J6 age group. On the boy side, Cole Alexus from Purgatory was first in the J5 division and teammate Freddie Mickel was first in the J6 group. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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