• Ski team taps Bryon Wilson as top coach

    Ski team taps Bryon Wilson as top coach0

    PARK CITY, Utah — Olympic medalist Bryon Wilson, now head coach for Wasatch Freestyle, was named Freestyle Domestic Coach of the Year last week by the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team organization. The association announced the selection on its Website. Wilson, 31, lives in Park City, Utah, where the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Teams train

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  • Wilson finishes 17th in virus-shortened season

    Wilson finishes 17th in virus-shortened season0

    PARK CITY, Utah – The FIS-Ski website has reported a halt to the World Cup freestyle skiing season as a result of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic international spread. The decision ends all World Cup freestyle ski events, including moguls races, for the 2019-20 season. The last regular-season event, the Idre Fjall competition in Sweden,

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  • Wilson rushes to podium for third in World Cup duals

    Wilson rushes to podium for third in World Cup duals0

    KRASNOYARSK, Russia — Team USA member Brad Wilson of Butte, Montana, broke onto the podium Saturday in World Cup freestyle ski competition. Wilson, a two-time Olympic contestant, copped a third-place finish in dual moguls for his first podium finish of the current World Cup season. The race was won by Canadian standout Mikael Kingsbury while

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  • Butte’s Wilson flies to 19th place in Kazakhstan duals

    Butte’s Wilson flies to 19th place in Kazakhstan duals0

    SHYMBULAK, Kazakhastan – The World Cup circuit for moguls in freestyle skiing competition moved to Europe this past week with finals Sunday in dual moguls at the Almaty hill and saw Jaelin Kauf of Team USA top the women’s podium, FIS-Ski reported on its website. Japanese star Ikuma Horishima won the men’s event with Canadian

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  • Butte’s Silk places seventh at speedskating nationals

    Butte’s Silk places seventh at speedskating nationals0

    ROSEVILLE, Minn. — Butte speedskater Will Silk placed seventh overall at the U.S. Long Track Age Group Nationals this weekend. Silk competed in the Junior C division. (Note, the “C” is an age group, not an ability level). He skated to sixth place in the 800-meters, as well as the 1,000 and 1,5000. He also

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  • Japan fog grounds Wilson, fellow mogulists

    Japan fog grounds Wilson, fellow mogulists0

    From the FIS-Ski Web site Officials were forced to cancel the FIS Freestyle Dual Moguls World Cup slated for Sunday afternoon in Tazawako, Japan, after heavy fog throughout the day delayed competition to the point that it was impossible to successfully complete the in the time allotted. While the first part of the preliminary rounds took to the Tazawako

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