I have had an absolutely crazy past week in Sugarloaf. The course was good, and in traditional east coast form, quite icy. I ended up scoring my first NorAm/Hole Shot podium with a 3rd place finish on the first day, followed by 8th, 6th, and 4th respectively. The competition was tight and didn’t ease up at all. Maine is known for having quite wild weather, as the first day we had heat and rain, and the next day the lifts were on wind hold for hours, complimented by freezing temperatures. Following an extremely hectic race week in Maine, I was supposed to go to Mont Ste. Marie in Quebec, but due to hotel booking issues and having nowhere to stay, we were forced to head home. Fortunately, I still had good fun at our local USASA event on Sunday, where I placed first racing against my good friend Jake Roney. He’s younger and just starting to get more serious about the sport, so it’s fun to have him chasing me down the hill! All in all, despite the craziness of the week in Maine and the logistical nightmare in Canada, I still managed to keep a smile on my face and having a great time with a fantastic group of people. I’m off to Smithers, BC in exactly a week and I am really looking forward to putting down some great results.