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Sun Valley To Host U.S. Alpine Ski National Championships From ’23-’25

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There’s some big news out of Park City, Utah this afternoon, folks.

U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced that Sun Valley Resort, ID will host the Alpine Ski National Championships from 2023-2025.

This is the first time since 2018 that Sun Valley will host the Alpine Ski National Championships. The 2022 championships were held at Sugarloaf, Maine.

Keep reading for more details about the two year detail, and what to expect for this coming season’s competition:

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Sun Valley Resort » Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation

When: From April 2-5, Sun Valley Resort will host the 2023 U.S. Alpine Championships with both men and women competing in slalom, giant slalom and super-G events.

Who: The course in Sun Valley has a storied history of alpine racing, along with technical and challenging terrain, and will feature local U.S. Alpine Ski Team athletes such as Ryder Sarchett, Jack Smith and Dasha Romanov.

“As the first destination ski resort in North America, we are proud to be a location where history and memories are made. We last hosted the U.S. Alpine Championships in 2018, and we are looking forward to welcoming back athletes to our beautiful community, where people have come to enjoy the incredible terrain and experience since 1936,” said Sun Valley Resort Director of Marketing & PR Bridget Higgins.

“Sun Valley’s history is steeped in unifying competition and team camaraderie, and we’re looking forward to seeing friendly and healthy competition foster incredible performances. We are so proud that three members of the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation are on the team.”

US Ski & Snowboard also announced a two year partnership with Waterville Valley Resort, NH to host the U.S. Freestyle National Championships from 2023-2025.

Featured Image Credit: Visit Sun Valley

This article was originally published by Unofficialnetworks.com. Read the original article here.

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