The Hibernation Park Jam
It's been a season of new features, great competitions and innovative setups, but unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. We’ve been cleaning out the closet and found a bunch of prizes, including a 40” Flat Screen TV in the box! So, before we put the metal back in the shop, it’s time to lap the parks for one last weekend. Soft landings, hoodies, goggle tans and a BBQ are all on the agenda; come shred with us, take home some prizes and send Bear Mountain out in style!
Saturday, March 30, 2013
9:00 a.m. - noon, Dream Maker Terrain Park
You’ve been hitting Killington Parks all season long, and it’s time for a Parks Appreciation Day. Start the morning off in Dream Maker Terrain Park with the park crew - they'll be lapping the park and tossing swag to anyone stomping tricks and having a good time. At 12:00 p.m., we'll move down to the bottom of the Superpipe for a BBQ and more tricks at the Park Jam.
This event is free and open to the public.
Park Jam and BBQ
12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., bottom of the Superpipe
Meet us at the bottom of the Superpipe for grilling and music! The BBQ is just for Park Jam competitors, so make sure you register early. Then check out the venue - the park crew will be giving the rail garden at the Superpipe one last facelift for the season, so expect a superb set-up. We're getting creative with a laid-back format and some sweet prizes, too. Session the venue, impress the judges, and get a place on the podium with great prizes to go with it!
Registration fee of $10 includes lunch and entry into Park Jam. Limited spots available and registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
|8:00 - 11:30 a.m.||Registration for Shred Sessions and Park Jam, Fuel TV Lounge, Bear Mountain Lodge|
|10:00 a.m. - noon||Open Practice|
|Noon - 1:00 p.m.||BBQ and music for Park Jam Competitors|
|12:45 - 1:00 p.m.||Competitor meeting|
|1:00 - 3:00 p.m.||Park Jam; awards immediately to follow|
- Each participant must wear a properly fastened snow sports helmet during all event practice, inspection and competition runs.
- Scope it out. Make a habit of course/venue inspection before every event.
- Know your limits (skill and ability levels) and stay within them. This isn’t the time to try something you’ve never done before.
- All participants must fill out an Express Assumption of Risks form. Save time by filling your forms out now. If you are under 18, you will need a parent/guardian to sign your form.
Divisions only apply to the Park Jam.
|Open Skier Men|
|Open Skier Women|
|Open Rider Men|
|Open Rider Women|
Grom Divisions are open only to athletes ages 14 and under. Athletes that qualify based on age for the Grom Division may choose to compete in the Open Division. The Grom Division will be combined, with both male and female athletes. Athletes age 14 and under who prefer single-sex competition have the option of competing in an Open Men's or Open Women's Division.
|Grom Skier - 1st Place: Sam Gnoza, Age 14, Mendon VT; 2nd Place: MAx Tarricone, Age 11, Andover, MA; 3rd Place: Kyle Bell, Age 13, West Kennebunk, ME|
|Grom Rider - 1st Place: River Williams, Age 12, Rutland, VT; 2nd Place: Ryan Sihler, Age 13, Rutland, VT; 3rd Place: Jake Fournier, Age 14, Ellington, CT|
|Open Skier Men - 1st Place: Tec Calgani, Age 15, Killington, VT; 2nd Place: Zach Ryan, Age 20, Killington, VT; 3rd Place: Collin Becker, Age 18, Manchester Center, VT|
|Open Skier Women - 1st Place: Miranda Holson, Age 16, Woodstock, VT; 2nd Place: Chloe Pultar, Age 13, Pennington, NJ|
|Open Rider Men - 1st Place: 1st Place: Tim Major, Age 22, Pittsfield, VT; 2nd Place: David Parnell, Age 26, Rutland, VT; 3rd Place: Alex Dos Santos, Age 26, Phoenix, AZ|
|Open Rider Women - 1st Place: Marie Maurer, Age 27, Royal Oak, MI; 2nd Place: Jamie Trayer, Age 21, Oakville, CT; 3rd Place: Callie Bredice, Age 14, Bridgewater Corners, VT|
*All information, dates and times are subject to change.