Second Annual Snowbird Open Wraps

Last weekend, the country’s best up-and-coming moguls athletes flocked to Utah, for the second annual Snowbird Open hosted by Wasatch Freestyle at Snowboard Ski Resort. Over two days, 80+ athletes competed in moguls and dual moguls events. The results from this event have direct implications for next year’s NorAm tour start group, which will be finalized this summer.

Jackson Crockett of Park City Ski & Snowboard took the top box in the men's moguls event. He was joined by Jack Petrone of Wasatch Freestyle in second and Jameson Kust of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail in third. Petrone had a great season, finishing ninth at the U.S. championships last month.

On the women’s side, Emma Bosco, representing Australia and Park City Ski & Snowboard, set the standard with consistent performances all day to finish on top. August Davis of Telluride Freestyle took second place, followed by Isabel Powell of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. Davis had an impressive run at U.S. championships in Waterville Valley, finishing seventh against extremely tough competition.

On day two, the athletes took on dual moguls. Camden Lewis of the Gould Academy, who has made great strides on the NorAm circuit this year, won for the men. Lewis recently represented the United States at the 2024 FIS Freestyle Junior World Ski Championships in Chiesa in Valmalenco, Italy. The podium was completed by Issac Alva and Stephen Boone of Wasatch Freestyle in second and third, respectively.

Julia Coors of the Winter Park Competition Center led the way for the women in duals, followed by Katie Dreitlein of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail in second and Anabel Ayad of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club in third.

This is the final domestic moguls event of the season across all levels, and the athletes will now head into their summer preparations for next year.


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