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Vermonters among those named to US Alpine Ski Team

Posted Sunday, November 7, 2010
— Alpine / downhill skiing, Ski racing

Vermont is well represented in this year's US Alpine Ski Team. The newly announced roster includes both native Vermonters and those who attended a ski academy in the Green Mountain State.

It's great to see that Cody Marshall of Pittsfield, Vermont, is on the list. He sustained a <link post us-ski-team-skier-cody-marshall-making-slow-progress-after-major-head-injury external-link-new-window>major head injury in July 2009 and his recovery has been described as extraordinary. So good to see him back at it!

US Ski Team Vermont connectionsCody Marshall of Vermont

A Team
Jimmy Cochran, Keene, NH, Cochran's/Mount Mansfield Ski & Snowboard Club

B Team
Chelsea Marshall, Pittsfield, VT, Burke Mountain Academy
Cody Marshall, Pittsfield, VT, Burke Mountain Academy
Nolan Kasper, Warren, VT, Burke Mountain Academy

Development Team
Ryan Cochran-Siegle, Starksboro, VT, Mt. Mansfield Ski Club
Keiffer Christianson, Anchorage, AK, Burke Mountain Academy
Devin Delaney, North Conway, NH, Green Mountain Valley School
Abigail Fucigna, Hopkinton, MA, Burke Mountain Academy
Lizzie Kistler, Santa Rosa, CA, Burke Mountain Academy

<link post this-years-us-cross-country-ski-team-includes-two-vermonters external-link-new-window>View a post about the US Nordic Team here.

Photo of Cody Marshall, courtesy US Ski Team.


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