The Jrs are coming….get ready Peaked

After weeks of skiing the venues, analyzing the almost record low snow pack that has produced a much more technical venue than normal, time is near.  The 3 annual Grand Targhee Jr Freeskiing Open (formally known as the Targhee Tee Off) will take place March 20th & 21st on Peaked Mountain.  This event is the 4th stop on the Jr Freeskiing Tour and a premier venue on the tour.  Come on out and watch as some of the best Jr freeskiers in the world battle for the top spots.  The event schedule is listed below.   Also some pics and a video from spending the past few weeks make endless Peaked laps.  As it turns out, the northern aspect of Peaked has literally been some of the only good snow for weeks.


2010 GRAND TARGHEE JR FREESKIING OPEN SCHEDULE:                                                 

Friday, March 19, 2010

9:00am- Noon-Athlete registration & Check-in-RCR north

1:00pm -2:30 pm-Venue Inspection-Reliable

4:00pm-Mandatory Athlete meeting-Main Plaza

Saturday, March 20, 2010

7:30a-8:30am-Athlete registration & Check-in-RCR north

8:30am-Early load for athletes and coaches-Sacajawea lift

8:30am-9:45am-Venue inspection-Reliable        

10:15 am-Qualifier Competition (1st run)-Reliable

4:00 pm-Mandatory Athlete meeting-Main Plaza

5:30 pm-7:30pm-Jr Freeski Dinner-Wild Bill’s

Sunday, March 21, 2010

8:30am-Early load for athletes and coaches-Sacajawea lift

8:30a- 10:00am-Venue inspection-Reliable/Bobcat

10:30am-Finals (1st run)-Reliable/Bobcat

1:00pm-Finals (2nd run)-Reliable/Bobcat

4:00pm-Awards Ceremony-Main plaza

2010 Grand Targhee Jr Freeskiing Open - Venues

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One Comment

  1. Kolton Smith
    Posted March 15, 2010 at 10:49 pm | Permalink

    WOOO!!! Time for Peaked Destruction!

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