The women’s champion, Sadie Maubet Bjornsen, spoke to the joy of the event and what she thought it offered the community. “This was one of the more fun non-traditional cross country events I’ve done,” she says. “Since Covid, we haven’t really had a chance to gather a community, this gave us the chance to get together and do funky things on our skis. The vibe was amazing.”
Given the success of the event, both the organizers and participants are expecting it to continue in years to come. Everyone spoke about the importance it had on the skiing community as well as the local community who came out to watch skis jump, race, and sometimes fall, all with smiles on their faces.
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