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At first I was really scared to join. There were tons of racers who had competitive experience since they were little and they have all known each other forever. It was like I was the new kid at school. Fortunately, I made so many good friends and have raced in many competitive races, where my ski team usually came in first.

I'm really passionate about skiing.

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I love the rush it gives me to speed down that hill. I love how I am on a team.

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It feels good to be a part of something; I meet loads of amazing people that all share the same interests as me. I have made a lot of close friends by joining a ski team.


I have been skiing competitively for 2 years. This year I'm not going to be a part of a team because I will be skiing in Whistler, British Colombia and possibly will be coached for being a ski instructor, so that I can teach young people how to race. My coaches put me into a program called Gooch Cup, which was a huge race in the biggest mountain in Ontario. We trained for two days and then raced which was possibly the most dangerous experience ever.

The race was to go straight down the mountain but still had to turn sharply around sets of gates that had some jumps. Hood is all but desolate during prime winter ski months, but visit in the summer, and watch it fill up with industry pros, Olympians, and young campers training to one day become the next generation of great American alpine ski racers. Now, you might be wondering why a small mountain town in Northern Oregon would be playing this odd game of reverse winter tourism. Why is it that teams flock here and parents send their kids only during summer months?

The answer is Palmer Glacier. A gorgeous, sun-scorched snow field laying 3, vertical feet below the summit of the gargantuan Mt. Here, young skiers rip around gates and develop turns as precise as their goggle tans.

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HH Ambassador, and former ski racer, Marcus Caston was one of them. As a twelve-year-old, Caston would wake up before dawn to catch the first lift up to the glacier and practice his turns over and over until he was competing with the best of them.

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Day after day, year after year of rigorous training, and like so many young skiers, Caston got burned out. After giving most of his young life to skiing, Caston walked away from the sport and enrolled in university to study marketing.