• Wilson mounts moguls for another World Cup season

    Wilson mounts moguls for another World Cup season0

    RUKA, Finland – The moguls season for World Cup skiing blasted out of the gates over the weekend after a 10-month absence from the schedule. Butte athlete Brad Wilson competed and marked a 21st-place finish.  The Covid-19 pandemic ended last season early.  Skiers from Canada and the United States captured the first wins of the new campaign.

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  • Will Silk receives national speedskating honor

    Will Silk receives national speedskating honor0

    Butte speedskater Will Silk had himself a pretty good season, and that did not go without notice. The 15-year-old freshman at Butte High School was named 2020-21 Long Track Development Skater of the Year by U.S. Speedskating. Silk learned of the honor in a letter from Matt Kooreman, the U.S. Long Track Program director, dated

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  • Wilson slots into No. 8 in final world standings

    Wilson slots into No. 8 in final world standings0

    From FIS-Ski reports and Team USA  information Butte native Brad Wilson finished in the top 10 of the World Cup men’s moguls tour standings again with a No. 8 ranking, leading all Team USA men mogulists, for the 2020-21 season.  The season ended last weekend when the final event at Almaty, Kazakhstan was canceled.  Wilson

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  • Wilson posts 13th, 9th placings at World Moguls

    Wilson posts 13th, 9th placings at World Moguls0

    From FIS and USSKI reports  ALMATY, Kazakhstan – Butte freestyle moguls skier Brad Wilson captured ninth and 13th places in the World Cup championships held earlier this week.  The regular moguls event saw Wilson placed 13th overall and was second among United States entrants. The winner was living legend Mikael Kingsbury of Canada with Benjamin Cavet of France placing

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  • Butte’s Wilson places 16th, 10th on Utah WC moguls

    Butte’s Wilson places 16th, 10th on Utah WC moguls0

    PARK CITY, Utah – Butte mogulist Brad Wilson posted a 16th– and a 10th-place finish in Deer Valley World Cup freestyle skiing events held Thursday and Friday on the Utah international competitive course. Wilson, 28, took his 16th-place finish in moguls and was the United States’ third-highest finisher, reports from the meet said. The men’s

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  • Silk returns after strong showing in Wisconsin

    Silk returns after strong showing in Wisconsin0

    Butte’s Will Silk returned to the Mining City after a strong performance in the U.S. Junior Speedskating Championships over the weekend in West Allis, Wisconsin. (Results) The Butte High freshman was the youngest competitor in the event that also served as the trials for the U.S. Junior World Team, even though the Junior World Championships

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