Featured Athlete Adeline Swanson is our featured athlete as this season wraps up. You can’t do better than finish the year with a pair of National Championships!
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Summer Jumping Tues & Thurs Evenings, Come to jump, come to watch, enjoy action on our 20 & 46 meter jumps! St Paul Ski Club training for the summer of 2019 will be Tuesdays and Thursday nights. Warm up at 5:30 pm to begin jumping at 6:00 for both the 20m and 46m jumps. If you have any questions please contact Coach Brian via text or phone call: (651) 528-9602 Three SPSC Athletes Accepted to Summer Fly Girls Camp SPSC will be represented by Daisy Forrester, Adeline Swanson, & Sophia Schreiner Ten girls around the USA have been accepted to this year's Fly Girls Camp and each of them have been tasked with reaching out to their networks to raise $2000 for the camp. Help them reach their goals, and beat the boys as well :) Three athletes from the St Paul Ski Club will be participating in this year’s Fly Girls program. Please consider donating to their fundraiser. Fly Girls fundraiser site for Daisy Forrester https://donate.usanordic.org/fundraiser/2113500 Fly Girls fundraiser site for Adeline Swanson https://donate.usanordic.org/fundraiser/2117786 Fly Girls fundraiser site for Sophia Schreiner https://donate.usanordic.org/fundraiser/2102045 ABOUT FLY GIRLS Women's Ski Jumping USA launched Fly Girls in spring 2014, an innovative athlete development program and branding initiative to recruit and retain young female ski jumpers into a sustainable pipeline from which the highest-caliber athletes will one day be selected to join the National and Olympic teams. The Fly Girls program is inspired by the ideals and dreams set forth by countless athlete pioneers, coaches, parents, volunteers and supporters who joined together to lead the Olympic women's ski jumping movement in the U.S. and across the globe. Ten girls around the USA have been accepted to this year's Fly Girls Camp and each of them have been tasked with reaching out to their networks to raise $2000 for the camp. Help them reach their goals, and beat the boys as well :) information courtesy of www.wsjusa.com Three girls from the St Paul Ski Club will be participating in this year’s Fly Girls program. Please consider donating to their fundraiser. Fly Girls fundraiser site for Daisy Forrester https://donate.usanordic.org/fundraiser/2113500 Fly Girls fundraiser site for Adeline Swanson https://donate.usanordic.org/fundraiser/2117786 Fly Girls fundraiser site for Sophia Schreiner https://donate.usanordic.org/fundraiser/2102045 Information courtesy of www.wsjusa.com The 2019 camp is produced by USA Nordic. If you have questions regarding the Fly Girls or Fly Guys program please contact Jed Hinkley the USA Nordic Sports Development Director; jed@usanordic.org Because of this unique story, Fly Girls is more than an athlete development program. It's a mission with a soul: Empowering girls to never give up on their dreams. The 2019 Camp is produced by USA Nordic. If you have questions regarding the Fly Girls or Fly Guys program please contact Jed Hinkley the USA Nordic Sports Development Director: jed@usanordic.org Annual Junior Awards Banquet Held April 16 at Tinucci’s Event recognizes progress & achievements of our young athletes over the year We’ll have a write-up soon, but we’ve already got a link to event photos in our SmugMug Photo Gallery. Click this link to VIEW BANQUET PHOTO GALLERY SPSC Sends 3 Women to Junior National Championships Junior Nationals 2019:Adeline Swanson wins the Under 16 Women’s title, shares Women’s Team title with Anna Hoffman (Blackhawk) Adeline Swanson, Daisy Forester, and Sophia Schreiner represented SPSC at the 2019 Junior National Championships, held at Utah Olympic Park in Park City. Scroll down for a recap of their events. Use arrow keys or click on the thumbnails at left to scroll through these images. Ski Jumping – Women's Individual OFFICIAL RESULTS Adeline Swanson won the U16 Women’s National title. Daisy Forester captured 6th place, and Sophia Schreiner finished in 10th place  Nordic Combined Gunderson – Women's Individual OFFICIAL RESULTS Sophia Schreiner 6th place Ski Jumping – Women's Team OFFICIAL RESULTS Adeline Swanson 1st place with teammate Anna Hoffman  (Blackhawk)  8th place Team:  Sophia Schreiner and Charlotte Ripp (Cloquet) 9th place Team:  Daisy Forester and Estella Hassrick (Blackhawk)  NC Team Sprint - Women OFFICIAL RESULTS 3rd place:  Sophia Schreiner and Charlotte Ripp (Cloquet) Congratulations to all our St Paul athletes on a job well done! Photos: courtesy of Melody Schreiner  John R Lyons Tournament & Masters Nationals Held Jan 6 From little kids to old guys, it was a great event! Results: small hills 46 meter It’s our biggest weekend of the year, and a week of warm weather put some crimps in our plans, but our volunteers worked long and hard to preserve good conditions for Sunday’s event on our four jumps. Approximately 70 skiers came to our annual John R Lyons Tournament! The St Paul Ski Club wants to thank our hearty group of volunteers that spent countless hours getting our hills in shape and all our volunteers behind the scenes! Thank you to all the Central Division jumpers who competed today and brought their families to cheer them on. Special recognition to our 5 Master Ski Jumpers who just aren’t ready to hang up their skis! We APPRECIATE all of you! Click photo to enlarge … Masters jumpers (L-R): Tim Denisson, Tony Benzie, Lane Wilkinson, Patrick Kruegel, Joe Berens. “LIKE" the St Paul Ski Club Facebook Page: CLICK HERE to visit our FB page SUPPORT OUR SKI CLUB when shopping! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO! The club will receive royalties for every dollar you spend, plus YOU can Create Your Own Savings Account With CashBack! Shop From The Stores You Already Know & Love And Get Up To 50% Cash Back, PLUS 1/2% Cash Back For ALL Your Referrals ... FOREVER! Brian Wallace Named USA Nordic Coach of the Year Began as youngster at SPSC, competed at all levels, now coaching here! Congratulations to our very own Brian Wallace on receiving the 1st Annual USA Nordic Coach of the Year award! We are lucky as a club to have Brian as our head coach. He was nominated by several of our skiers and parents for his hard work and dedication. Brian has helped develop our skiers, coaches, and program. Congratulations, Brian! We are honored to have you as our coach! Click photo at right to enlarge the view. 2017 Wally Wakefield Beginners Camp a Big Success! Warm weather forced cancellation of 2018 camp - this is what it’s like The St Paul Ski Club just wrapped up the 2017 newly named Wally Wakefield Learn to Jump Camp (December 27-28, 2017). Click links at right to view photo galleries … WEDNESDAY THURSDAY New jumpers and several returning jumpers took many rides on Wakefield Hill (10m jump/bunny hill) thanks to the new tow rope! Many THANKS to Tim Schwartz and Jack Myhra for their work in building and installing the tow rope; it was a HUGE SUCCESS! We also want to thank our coaches: Brian Wallace and MaryLu Kavanagh-Beltman The skiers enjoyed both days despite the frigid temperatures. No one asked for hot chocolate, the biggest request was for Icees!!! You know we have a hearty group of jumpers when they ask for a cold treat after being outside in the cold! CLICK PHOTO AT RIGHT TO ENLARGE We can't forget to send a GIGANTIC THANK YOU to ALL our hill crew who got ALL our hills ready for jumping. You guys are the BEST! Bill Mahre’s 1980 Olympics Uniform on Display in Red Wing Long-time SPSC member and officer served as Chief of Start in Lake Placid Visitors to the American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame banquet on Aug 6 were greeted by a blue uniform with yellow trim, worn by Bill Mahre in his capacity of Chief of Start for the 1980 Olympics. Here’s a photo, captured from a Wide World of Sports video, showing Bill with Canadian sensation Steve Collins, who’s preparing to head down the inrun. If you get a chance to visit the museum, in the mezzanine level at the St James hotel, you’ll find a lot of wonderful ski jumping memorabilia. CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE Support our Club and Programs by Shopping Online! Please consider this as holiday shopping season approaches ... We’re continuing to partner with Shop.com, which offers you convenience and good deals, and earns money to support our club throughout the year! Click “S” logo below, for information about Shop.com, and click the Shop.com logo in the left column to enter the shopping portal! ========================================= .
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