Kevin Jardine - Aspen Real Life

Caught an interview on the chairlift back in 2016 with Kevin Jardine while the U.S. Paralympics alpine ski team were in Aspen training for the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup.

“We’re the only country with a full-time alpine development program,” says Kevin Jardine, director of U.S. Paralympics for alpine skiing and snowboarding. “We have programs in Aspen, Winter Park, and Park City that train athletes five days a week throughout the winter.” In the U.S., both alpine and snowboard athletes also have the opportunity to train with able-bodiedathletes, from whom they can learn better tactics and, in turn, find more speed.

Kevin Jardine – OutsideOnline.com

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