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Racers got creative for the costume contest.

More than 400 Oregon High School ski racers launched another lively season Saturday on Mount Hood with camaraderie, costumes, and spirit befitting the Third Annual Kelsey's Race, the largest high school race in the United States.

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Joss Christensen, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper rocked the crowd and won over the judges with artistry on the rails and smooth flying off the jumps to win gold, silver and bronze for Team USA in the Olympic debut of slopestyle skiing.

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Wilson Brown samples the new Spring Park. Photo by Sean Jacks.

Skiers and snowboarders were soaring into blue skies at Mt. Hood Meadows and Timberline Wednesday as both resorts opened up some monster jumps for the spring season.

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Lindsey Vonn won two World Cup races in one weekend in Italy to tie and then break the all-time record with 63 victories.

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Danny Davis chased Shaun White off the podium with this high-flying run down the X-Games Superpipe in Aspen last night.

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Sandy's Ethan Anderson gets his slopestyle on after weeks of waiting to compete.

The riders of Sandy High did the seemingly impossible on Mount Hood Sunday, claiming double gold, silver and bronze in Sunday’s Gorge League Slopestyle.

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U14 girls trophy winners Sami Woodring (center), Erika Anderson (right) and Cailan Gahan (left)

The Mitey Mite racers of Mount Hood were treated to perfect visibility and good, fast snow for the Meadows Challenge giant slalom race on Sunday.

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Racing coach Richard Tichy, Meegan Bombadil and her teammate James Wainwright make the most of brutal conditions on Mount Hood. Photo by Melina Jacklet

Hard-core racers braved some brutal conditions on the West Mile Saturday to add another PACRAT race to a fun but challenging season on Mount Hood.

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Jesse Scroggins rips it down Stadium for a Schnee Vogeli club race in December.

With a 56-inch snow base at 4,000 feet as of early January, Mt. Hood’s premiere ski racing runs are back in action after two years of frustration and improvisation for the racing community.

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Bud Keene with Shaun White in 2010.

We Are Camp, the parent company of Windells and High Cascade Snowboard Camps and Windells Academy, has formed a partnership with veteran action sports coach Bud Keene to prepare top-tier athletes for domestic and international competition.

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