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Tracie Tuttle Best World Cup memory is seeing the local pride. Killington is what it is because of the impassioned local community. The world came to our mountain and were welcomed with open hearts. I am proud to call Killington my mountain.

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Ann Eckler My favorite moment of the World Cup was when our 11 year old son photobombed the King of Spring on the Jumbotron.

 

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Randy Bair It was an awesome event and week of skiing. We were fortunate enough to be up there early in the week and got to ski with the girls on the slopes. Watching the competitors talk to our six year old during that time was priceless and got here totally hooked on skiing leading to 40+ days during the season for her. But the best was watching Mikaela bring home the gold on Sunday.

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Gene Julian It was an incredible event last year and I'm sure it will be awesome again this year. My favorite memory is the look on my good friends 9 year old daughter Olivias' face as the racers walked right by us after their race. Seeing young women race was very exciting for Olivia but to see the racerswalk right by her and realize they were like her just a bit older opened a world of possibilities that she couldn't stop talking about.

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Martha Wilson So proud to see so many kids with so much potential as they marched into the arena in the VARA parade. Athletes we met on the slopes and in the lodge the days before were friendly and happy to pose for photos. I know my kids will be inspired to keep dreaming after this event.

 

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