Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club mogul skiers earn NorAm cup spots
December 23, 2018
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club mogul skiers competed in the U.S. Selections last weekend at Winter Park, which welcomed 42 women and 51 men for a chance to qualify for the NorAm tour.
All five SSWSC athletes qualified for the tour, which hosts competitions in Stratton, Vermont, on Feb. 2 and 3, Vail Saint-Come, Quebec, on Feb. 9 and 10, Steamboat Springs on Feb. 23 and 24 and Apex, British Columbia, on March 2 and 3.
On day one of the single competition, Kenzie Radway placed fourth and Maggie Ryan came in 14th. On the men’s side, Landon Wendler and Bubba Antkiewicz finished seventh and ninth respectively. Spencer Belsky came in 28th.
Day two saw even higher placings on the women’s side, with Radway taking sixth and Ryan eighth. Wendler placed eighth and Ankiewicz 11th with Belsky staying consistent in the 28th spot for the men’s side.
Radway and Wendler each came away with top-three placings in the dual competitions.
Radway, a sophomore at Steamboat Mountain School, placed first in women’s dual, and Wendler, a senior at Steamboat Springs High School, placed third in men’s dual moguls. Ryan followed in 16th for the women. Antkiewicz and Belsky claimed fifth and 14th in the men’s competition.
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