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Junior freeriders compete at JHMR this weekend

JACKSON, Wyo. — Ninety-five little rippers from surrounding states will send it through some of the steepest, most technical terrain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort this weekend.

The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club is hosting the Jackson Hole Junior IFSA Regional competition in Toilet Bowl Saturday and Sunday, January 25–26. Skiers and riders aged 10–18 from Montana, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming will give it their all through the popular “TB” run.

Recreational skiers and riders should be aware that Toilet Bowl will be closed to the public while the competition is taking place. The public is invited to watch from a safe, designated spectator area off of the heavily-trafficked lower Ampitheater run. It’s a rowdy event, said Technical Director Rob LaPier, and worth the watch.

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