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**** 20th Anniversary 2020 US National Snowshoe Championships will be held in Leadville, CO on Feb 28th- March 1st, 2020 ****
 
Corinth, NY – The United States Snowshoe Association is pleased to announce the selection of the 2019 U.S. National Junior, Senior and Masters Men’s and Women’s Snowshoe Teams. Berths on these prestigious teams are earned by outstanding performances at the annual US National Snowshoe Championships. Last weekend’s National Championships at Lakewoods Resort in Cable WI saw athletes from more than twenty US States and Canada competing. The 2019 US National Snowshoe Teams are as follows:

Junior Men (Under20):

Natl Champion Andrew Tyson Superior, WI

 Runner-Up Adam Dums Rib Lake, WI

Third Place Alex Rasmussen Cable, WI

Junior Women (Under20):

Natl Champion Signe Buerger Ironwood, MI

 Runner-Up Mackenzie Backman Hurley, WI

Third Place Annikka Johnson Phillips, WI

Senior Men:

 Natl Champion Eric Hartmark Duluth, MN

Runner-Up Scott Gall Cedar Falls, IA

Third Place Josiah Middaugh Vail, CO

Fourth Place Jeffrey DeVries Ada, MI

Fifth Place Cole Crosby Princeton, NJ

Senior Women:

Natl Champion Jackie Hering Cottage Grove, WI

 Runner-Up Michelle Hummel Albuqurque, NM

Third Place Samantha Lewis Moscow, ID

Fourth Place Amber Kranz Boise, ID

Fifth Place Amber Ferreira Concord, NH

Masters Men (40+ yrs. of age):

First Place Dan Bergan Silverthorne, CO

Runner-Up Tim Van Orden Bennington, VT

Third Place Eric Sambolec Ithaca, NY

Masters Women (40+ yrs. of age):

First Place Sarah Gall Cedar Falls, IA

Runner-Up Jennifer Britz Bar Harbor, ME

Third Place Stephanie Holloway Ironwood, MI

States represented on the 2019 US National Snowshoe Team: WI, MI, MN, IA, CO, NJ, NM, ID, NH, VT, NY and ME = 12 States.

These athletes will have the opportunity to represent the United States at the 2020 WSSF World Snowshoe Championships in Myoko Japan next February 15th & 16th, 2020. Before returning to the US to compete in the USSSA’s 20th Anniversary Dion Snowshoes US National Snowshoe Championships at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville CO next February 28th -March 1st, 2020. For more information on these athletes and events, please visit www.snowshoeracing.com and www.worldsnowshoe.org.

 

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2019 US National Snowshoe Championships

Lakewoods Resort in Cable, WI

March 8-10, 2019

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Results of the Event

 

 

 

Top 3 Women at Finish line, including Bronze Medalist—Michelle Hummel (1001) of Team USA & NM!

Press Release

Corinth, NY: The U.S. Snowshoe Association, headquartered in Corinth, NY, is pleased to announce the recent success of Team USA competing at the  2019 WSSF World Snowshoe Championships at the famous La Ciaspolada Snowshoe Race in the beautiful Val di Non region of northern Italy. More than 200 athletes, representing nearly 30 countries from all over the globe, competed on a man-made 8.2km course in the shadow of Italy’s Dolomite Mountains.

     In the Junior Men’s and Women’s 4.5km event, Team USA did very well claiming two new Junior World Snowshoe Championship titles; Jeremiah Vaille of CO and Jackie Wells of MA. Vaille, Andrew LePage (NY) and Owen Brandriss (MA) teamed up to capture the Men’s Team Silver medal behind host Italy. Wells, her sister Lilly Wells (MA) and Lexie Vaille (CO) captured the Junior Women’s Team Gold Medal. Lilly Wells also took the individual Junior Women’s Silver medal.

     In the 8.2km Senior Men’s and Women’s competition, USA’s Joseph Gray of CO claimed his second consecutive World Championship Runner-Up finish, this year to Italy’s Cesare Maestre. Gray was the World Championship Runner-Up in 2011 in Japan. Then, he won the World Title outright in 2017 on home snow in Saranac Lake NY, before claiming another Runner-up in 2018 in Spain. Team USA’s Michelle Hummel of New Mexico climbed the overall podium again with her Bronze medal run behind Italy’s Gold medalist Anna Laura Mugno and Runner-Up Isabella Morlini. Hummel was third in 2017 in NY and climbed to the very top of the podium in 2018, claiming her first World Snowshoe Championship title in 2018 in Spain. Displaying true “champion leadership”, Gray and Hummel led their respective Team USA teammates to team medal performances: Gray, Matt Lipsey of PA and Matt Medeiros of NY took the Men’s Silver Team medal in a tight battle with Spain and Canada. Hummel led Amber Ferreira of NH and Jennifer Britz Vandongen of ME to the Women’s Team Silver. Italy claimed both the Men’s and Women’s Team Golds. Spain also took the Women’s Team Bronze.  

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Matt Lipsey of PA cranking out the early miles with the Italian Dolomite

Mountain range in the background!

 

 

 

Myoko Japan

WSSF Championships

Feb 16-17, 2020

Anyone interested in attending the 2020 WSSF World Snowshoe Championships in Japan should contact the USSSA Sports Director at usssasnowshoeguy@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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