TY SPROCK and NICK VETH owned the top steps of the J-2 podium at this weekend’s Snow King FIS Giant Slalom in Jackson Hole Wyoming.

On Saturday, Nick was the top finishing J-2, posting a career-best 44.14 FIS point race.  Ty nipped at his heels, finishing right behind Nick as the second-fastest J-2.

The boys must’ve made a deal overnight as on Sunday they exchanged steps on the podium with Ty claiming the top step and Nick taking the second step.

Ty posted his career-best result,  getting a strong 38.63 FIS point and placing 6th overall. Expect to see Ty’s points improve by 10-12 % on the next FIS list.

Not to be outdone, Nick backed up Saturday’s result with a 45.43 FIS point finish, which should see his points improve by over 25% on the next point list!  Keep an eye on these two racers.

First-year J-2 racer ADDISON DVORACEK, in only his sixth and seventh FIS giant slalom starts once again posted results that are sending a message that he’s a forced to be reckoned with.  On Saturday, Addison was the fourth-finishing J-2 with a 55.43 point race and on Sunday he backed that up with a solid 59.30 point race.  Those results should see his points improve by nearly 20% on the next list.

DODGE Ski Boots were well represented in the rest of the field with New Zealander FINLAY NEESON posting a nice result on Sunday that will improve his points.

KENNY WILSON and DEVIN DAVIS rounded out the DODGE SKI BOOTS contingent.

Congratulations to the guys and their coaches.

Leave a Reply