Lake Tahoe athletes represent at USASA National Championships |

Lake Tahoe athletes represent at USASA National Championships

Photo by Cheryl Hogan/www.cherylhogan.comA snowboarder airs out of the superpipe at Northstar as other competitors wait their turn at the USASA National Championships last week.

The United States of American Snowboard Association (USASA) North Tahoe Snowboard Series and South Tahoe Snowboard Series dominated the competition at the USASA National Championship at Northstar-at-Tahoe last week.

South Tahoe Series took home a total of 104 medals: 32 gold, 43 silver and 29 bronze. North Tahoe Series earned 78 medals: 33 gold, 23 silver and 22 bronze.

The Copper Mountain Series received a total of 88 medals: 43 gold, 25 silver and 20 bronze. The Southern Vermont Series received a total of 82 medals: 30 gold, 31 silver and 21 bronze.

The event drew more than 1,450 of the best amateur snowboard and freeski competitors from across the U.S. to compete in 25 events within the five days of competition.

First Place”South Lake Tahoe Series

32 Gold Medals

43 Silver Medals

29 Bronze Medals

104 Total Medals

Second Place”Copper Mountain Series

43 Gold Medals

25 Silver Medals

20 Bronze Medals

88 Total Medals

Third Place”Southern Vermont Series

30 Gold Medals

31 Silver Medals

21 Bronze Medals

82 Total Medals

Fourth Place”North Lake Tahoe Series

33 Gold Medals

23 Silver Medals

22 Bronze Medals

78 Total Medals

For individual and complete results, visit the USASA Web site at

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