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Team East at Junior Nationals

Team East at the Junior Nationals

Team East was at the Junior Nationals for Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined in Anchorage.  This is a team of kids who don’t train at altitude, who in many cases have learned ski jumping without a home hill where jumps over K50 are available.  They have been coached by a committee of various coaches from different clubs and a ton of traveling is required to train.  It speaks to the drive of the athletes, flexibility of schools, committed parents, and most of all to a culture of community in jumping and nordic combined.

The team won U-16 Jumping, U-16 Nordic Combined, Team Jumping, U-20 Nordic Combined, silver in U-16 team Nordic Combined, and a bronze in U-20 team Nordic Combined.

Evan Nichols from Ford Sayre was first in U-16 Nordic Combined individual, second in team U-16 team Nordic Combined, and won gold with his U-20 team jumping team of four.  He was disappointed by his fourth in U-16 individual special jumping.  He flew further than some who made the podium, but he lost a spot due to style.  He missed bronze by 0.3 points.


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Jumping Program in Kid Stuff Magazine

Please check out this great article on the Ford Sayre Ski Jumping program from our local Kid Stuff magazine:

Kid Stuff article

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Online Registration is Open

Registration for all 2017/2018 Ford Sayre programs is now open.

CLICK HERE to register now. 

To get more information, please check out our Registration page.  To learn more about our various programs, please go to the home page, and select the desired program.

If you have any difficulties or questions, please send an email to

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Alpine Summer Training Program

Ford Sayre parent Edie Morgan wrote this great article for the Ski Racing blog on the Alpine Summer Dryland Program.


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Junior Alpine Racing Gallery

Photos from the DEVO and Junior Alpine Racing programs for 2016-17. Thanks to the many contributors!

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