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Dear Friends of Snowbasin Sports Education Foundation,

This is so important to use the link here as it helps to support the Snowbasin Ski Teams education program!

This year bring the adventure home! Fluff up your couch cushions, grab a snack of choice, and make sure you have good internet connection, because the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is going Virtual!  For the first time ever, travel to breathtaking destinations, embark on daring expeditions, and celebrate some of the most remarkable outdoor achievements, all from the comforts of your living room.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created extraordinary circumstances around the world and many of our live World Tour screenings have been postponed or canceled. While we can’t replicate the experience of seeing the Banff films on the big screen at Peery’s Egyptian Theater, surrounded by friends and your community, these curated programs of amazing outdoor films will inspire you to live life to the fullest... however that looks these days! Make this a special evening or two or stretch it out over a few days depending on the option you select.

New Films Now Available!
Enjoy the 2020/21 Virtual World Tour from the comfort of your home.
Don't miss this chance to see some of the audience favourites from the 2020 Festival as well as special tour edits.

Choose from 2 unique film programs:
Onyx | Amber ($15 USD each)
You'll have 3 days to watch a single program (which begins as soon as you hit play)

Bundle – Watch Both Programs! ($28 USD)
You'll have 14 days to watch the bundle (which begins as soon as you hit play)

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Ogden Valley's Bridger Harrison places 3rd at the US Alpine National Championships in Downhill

The US Alpine National Ski Championships that were canceled last March due to Covid-19 took place last week in Copper Mountain, Colorado. Bridger Harrison, who is currently attending and racing for Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, left school several weeks early to prepare for the upcoming races. With limited time on snow compared to most of his competitors, Bridger scored a podium run in the U-21 downhill race to place 3rd just behind Tommy Ford. The downhill course started at the top of Copper mountain at 13,000 feet and was a 90 second event with speeds reaching 85 miles/hour. First and second place went to US Ski Team members Jack Smith and Isaiah Nelson. Bridger also had solid finishes in the slalom, giant slalom, and super G. Bridger who was on the Ogden Valley Ski Team grew up training at Snowbasin and Nordic Valley where both venues provided Olympic level training.