Tune in Friday nights at 7 and again Sunday nights at 7 for extreme sports pioneer Dan Egan as he recaps all things winter and winter sports on Fresh Tracks.

Nation’s Top Mogul Skiers Return to Waterville Valley Resort for U.S. Freestyle Championships

The U.S. Freestyle Championships return to Waterville Valley March 15-17, where the nation’s top mogul skiers will descend Lower Bobby’s in a mogul and dual mogul format.

Bradley Wilson will look to defend both the men’s mogul and dual mogul titles. Women’s mogul champion, Keaton McCargo, retired after the 2018 season, but Tess Johnson will defend her dual mogul title.  Another athlete to watch is Nessa Dziemian, a New Hampshire native from East Hampstead.

“Waterville Valley Resort was proud to host the 2018 U.S. Freestyle Championships last March. It was a great event showcasing amazing athletes. The entire Waterville Valley community is thrilled to be hosting the U.S. Freestyle Championships again this season. As the birthplace of freestyle skiing, this event holds a special place in everyone’s hearts,” Matt Hesser, Senior Director of Marketing for Waterville Valley Resort.

Maddie Mastro didn’t just win the Women’s Halfpipe at the Burton U.S. Open on Saturday

The 18-year-old actually made history. With everything on the line for her final run, Mastro decided to go big with a double crippler 900. Stomping the trick not only launched herself into first place but made her the first woman to ever become inverted twice on the pipe in competition.

Watch her final run below.

Ski with Dan Egan at Killington March 16 & 17

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Nashoba Valley Spring Pass on Sale Noww!

The Gambler Season Pass is valid all operating hours from February 25 until closing day of the 2018-2019 season. Your pass will pay for itself in as little as 3 visits! We do not guarantee length of season. The Gambler Season Pass can be picked up at the ski school desk.

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