On January 11, 2017

Mini Shred Madness open to groms

Saturday, Jan. 14 at 9 a.m.—KILLINGTON— Killington Resort welcomes back the rail jam for the groms—Mini Shred Madness—on Saturday, Jan. 14 in Easy Street Terrain Park.
Join them in the park as the next generation competes for prizes in a friendly and fun environment. Grom skiers and riders—athletes age 13 years and under—will get a feel for park riding and experience the rules and navigation of the park. Mini Shred Madness is all about having fun in a competition setting. There will be Killington Park team riders cruising through the event offering help and motivation to participants, as well as all sorts of giveaways being handed out at the event to competitors.
All registration will take place from 9-10 a.m. on the second floor of Ramshead Lodge. There is a $10 entry fee, cash or check only. Participants must fill out an Express Assumption of Risk form with a parent/guardian’s signature. Save time at registration—do it online at killington.com.
The competition goes from 9:45-11:30 a.m. in Easy Street Terrain Park at Ramshead. Awards follow from 12-12:30 p.m. Divisions are Super Grom—ages 9 and under, first time park riders—and Grom—ages 10-13, with park riding experience.
Another Mini Shred Madness will take place on Feb. 25 at Pico Mountain.
Get the full details, schedule of events, and early registration at killington.com.


Photo by Robin Alberti
Youth skier participates in the 2016 Mini Shred Madness at Killington Resort. Divisions were open to those that had park experience, as well at those that did not. These kids seem to be comfortable on the park elements.

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