Vail Mountain School student to represent the U.S.

Vail Mountain School student, Hunter Bailey, is to represent the U.S. at the Junior World Championships in Italy

Over the break, some of the top mogul skiers from the United States and Canada competed in the Vail Freestyle Noram Finals, which was hosted for the first time in Vail. Vail Mountain School student Hunter Bailey went head to head with 62 other competitors including members of the U.S. and Canadian Ski Teams. Bailey placed third in the morning qualifying round but his aggressive run in the finals proved to be too fast to hold on. Also from VMS, Jack Harty was one of the course forerunners. 

Subsequent to the competition, Hunter was named to the team that will represent the U.S at the Junior Worlds in Italy. Check out the video below of his qualifying run from the Noram finals and photos of Hunter and Jack from the first day of the event.

Learn more about Vail Mountain School here.

See a video of the student in action here:


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