The state of Oregon has prohibited all overnight camps this summer, so unfortunately we have to cancel. The Slalom Project will be back, bigger than ever next June 2021 though!! Stay tuned!!
Jimmy Krupka was born in Boston, MA, and learned to ski at Cannon Mountain. At age 12 he moved to Waitsfield, VT and started racing on the slopes of Sugarbush, attending the Green Mountain Valley School. He has spent several summers coaching young ski racers at ELITEAM
dryland camps. Currently, Jimmy attends Dartmouth College part-time and is named to the US Ski Team's B-Team. He is 21.
Luke Winters grew up in Gresham, OR and spent the weekends skiing all day (and night) at the Mt. Hood Ski Bowl. He attended school in Oregon until his junior year of high school, then spent two years at
Sugar Bowl Academy. Luke has taken classes at the University of Utah and recently acquired his Pilot's License. Currently, he skis World Cup slalom and is spearheading the movement to rebuild the American slalom team. He has also spent time coaching young ski racers at Mt. Hood. He is 22.
George Steffey grew up in Lyme, NH and spent his days skiing with Ford Sayre ski team. He attended Stratton Mountain School for high school and was accepted to Dartmouth College, which he attends part-time. In the fall of 2018 he crashed and tore his PCL, but has had an impressive recovery. This December, he won a time trial for and started in his first World Cup, at Beaver Creek (GS). He is named to the US Ski Team's B-Team. He also has experience coaching young ski racers, at Stratton. He is 22.
Anna Marno retired in 2017 after 8 years on the US Ski Team and found herself in Salt Lake City. She is currently coaching the U16 team at the Snowbird Sports Education Foundation and will be graduating from Westminster College this spring with a degree in Computer Science. During her time on the US Ski Team she competed on the Nor-Am, Europa, and World Cup circuits. In 2016 she was the US National Super G champion and Nor-Am Super G overall winner. She has numerous Nor-Am and European-Cup podiums to her name across disciplines. She is 27.
Ryan Wilson currently coaches the US Men’s World Cup SL team. He looks forward to the opportunity to work with young up-and-coming athletes. Before working with the US Team, Ryan was the Alpine High Performance Head Coach at the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. During his time at Steamboat, the club was twice named US Ski and Snowboards “Alpine Club of the Year”. Before coaching, Ryan was named as an athlete to the 2009 US Ski Team EC team. He was a 4-time NCAA first team All-American as well as the captain of the University of Utah Ski Team. He graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management. He is 32.
Anne Kubik is Jimmy's mother and spent many years practicing as an OBGYN at Mass General Hospital in Boston and later Winchester Hospital, as well as working at a private practice. She is warm and enthusiastic, and cooks the best pancakes in the world. She will be our resident physician in case of any bumps, bruises, or illness.
Marcie Winters is Luke's mother and a fantastic cook. She is fun and always positive. She will making us home-cooked meals all week, and will work around any food restrictions or allergies you may have.