2019/20 USSMA National Team

Now that the dust has settled from the selection race weekends… 

The USSMA is excited to announce the 2019/20 USSMA National Team!

Senior Women (Open)

  • Michela Adrian – Bozeman, MT
  • Sierra Anderson – Breckenridge, CO
  • Jamie Brede – Breckenridge, CO
  • Sarah Cookler – Silver Fork, UT
  • Annamae Flynn* – Marble, CO
  • Sara Kadlec* – Boulder, CO
  • Nikki Larochelle – Breckenridge, CO
  • Chelsee Pummel – Bozeman, MT
  • Jesse Young – Aspen, CO
  • Kate Zander – Breckenridge, CO

Junior Women (18-20)

  • Morgan Fortin – Albuquerque, NM
  • Victoria Olson – Salt Lake City, UT

Cadet Women (15-17)

  • Elsa Bates – Breckenridge, CO
  • Ada Fendler – Silver Fork, UT
  • Samantha Paisley – Silver Fork, UT
  • Grace Staberg – Silverthorne, CO

Senior Men (Open)

  • Jon Brown – Crested Butte, CO
  • Jason Dorais – Salt Lake City, UT
  • Mike Foote – Missoula, MT
  • John Gaston – Aspen, CO
  • Tom Goth – Salt Lake City, UT
  • Rory Kelly – Boulder, CO
  • Jack Linehan – Aspen, CO
  • Cam Smith – Gunnison, CO
  • Max Taam – Aspen, CO

Espoir Men (21-23)

  • Peter Butler – Port Angeles, WA
  • Jeshurun Small* – Gunnison, CO

Junior Men (18-20)

  • Max Bonenberger – Breckenridge, CO
  • Jacob Dewey – Gunnison, CO
  • Peter Hajdo* – Gunnison, CO
  • Henry Hanes – Albuquerque, NM
  • Finnegan Remias – Breckenridge, CO
  • Sam Wescott – Silverthorne, CO

Cadet Men (15-17)

  • Connor Albin – Breckenridge, CO
  • George Beck – Woody Creek, CO
  • Sam Burke – Dillon, CO
  • Paul Hans – Breckenridge, CO
  • Mark Jardim – Breckenridge, CO
  • Caden Klein – Aspen, CO
  • Rush Peterson – Silver Fork, UT
  • Jeremiah Vaille  – Dillon, CO

*Not attending World Championships.

Fun Facts:

  • This is the largest and most competitive USSMA National Team ever.
  • 20 of the athletes are under 21.
  • Oldest athlete is 47, but we won’t say who.
  • 68% of the team is from Colorado.
  • 34% of the team is from Summit County, CO.

Athlete Demographics by State:

  • Colorado – 28
  • Utah – 7
  • Montana – 3
  • New Mexico – 2
  • Washington – 1

Most of the team will be traveling to Villars-sur-Ollon for the Ski Mountaineering World Championships, March 9-16, 2019.  Stay tuned to Facebook & Instagram for more information about worlds and keeping up with the team during the competitions.

A huge congratulations to all the athletes!

~USSMA

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