On March 30, 2016

KMS Freestyle team makes a strong showing at nationals

Courtesy of SMS Freestyle and KMS

SPENCER BELSKY

The Killington Mountain School Freestyle team returned last week from Steamboat Springs, Colo., where they competed with the country’s best mogul athletes at USSA Nationals.

Both Abe Studler and Hannah Soar performed especially well in the singles event; Myles Frendel had an incredibly strong showing on duals day, and the entire team (many of whom had never competed at the National level before) put up impressive results with stiff competition.

Results

Abe Studler 8th Single Moguls, 14th Dual Moguls
Hannah Soar 12th Single Moguls, 16th Dual Moguls
Myles Frendel 29th Singles, 8th Duals
Alex Lewis 28th Singles, 34th Duals
Kalman Heims 62nd Singles, 41st Duals (First Nationals)
Ian Beauregard 34th Singles, 49th Duals (First Nationals)
Collin Campbell 37th Singles, 39th Duals
Ben Arquit 36th Singles, 46th Duals (First Nationals)
Spencer Belsky 23rd Singles, 54th Duals (First Nationals)
Cam Robinson 21st Singles, 22nd Duals

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