PC Snowboard Team dominates Jackson Hole competition

JACKSON, Wyoming — With 22 snowboarders traveling to Jackson Hole for three days of freestyle competition, Park City Ski and Snowboard (PCSS) brought home 48 medals from this, their first contest of the year.

Of the 22 competitors, 19 made their way to the podium in the slopestyle events spread across two days.

Included in this medal count are slopestyle podium sweeps for Boys ages 11-12 and Boys 13-14: Kasten Jostrand (1st), Maverick Cox (2nd), and Rhys Oswald (3rd). Wyatt Osmundson (1st), Steele Stark (2nd), Asher Loscalzo (3rd).

Additionally, the team had podium sweeps in Rail Jam for Girls 7-10 years old and Men 15-22 years old.

Girls 7-10: Sadie Rifkin (1st), Kennedy Galinski (2nd), Chloe Loscalzo (3rd).

Men 15-22: Simon Blohm (1st), Tyler Ordean (2nd), and Ryder Magnuson (3rd)

The next competition is a local event hosted at Woodward Park City, a venue the team is all too familiar with. Event registration has already filled with over 100 competitors split between skiers and snowboarders. Of that total, PCSS – Snowboard is bringing 36 athletes ready to repeat their success and perhaps introduce new names and faces to the podium.

Things kick off January 24 with Rail Jam and followed up with two days of slopestyle on January 25 and 26.

PCSS – Snowboard is led by Rick Shimpeno, who took the reins in the summer of 2022 after spending the past several years with the US Snowboard Team.

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