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[ **These skiers are now less active or officially retired. ]
Where are they now?
Here are some short notes, added about 2008, about some of the jumpers shown above,
as well as others who previously appeared in this or prior "Meet the Athletes" pages.
(Please submit updates, additions or corrections. Thanks.)
- Fairall, Lamb, Alexander and Bliss are all on Team-X, the
independent US Team
- Peter Freire is at Paul Smiths Coll., hopes to fight forest fires, may jump on plastic
- In 2006, Willy Graves stepped up to the U.S. Nordic Combined Ski Team.
- David McCahill is studying hard at Harvard, but comes around occasionally.
- Matt Delaney is the top XC racer at St. Lawrence University
- After the Torino Games, Jed Hinkley and Carl VanLoan retired from the USST.
Hinkley is studying at University of North Carolina in Asheville.
- The Etzol family has moved to the left coast. Maybe they'll jump in Auburn, CA.
- Brian Welch is studying at Purdue University.
- Morgan Goodwin graduates from Williams College in May 2008.
- Robbie Goodwin is studying engineering at the University of Maine in Orono.
- Josh Flanders is a student and a multi-sport athlete at Norwich University.
- Peter Roland is studying Economics and Environmental Science at Hobart College.
- Joe Novakowski is at Embry-Riddle University, but hopes to jump in the summer.
- Jonathan Kling is studying at WPI and jumping when he can.
- Sam Burke took a few jumps before leaving for University of Aberdeen in Scotland.
- Marshall Ambros is a Junior at UVM where he is cycling and rowing (and studying).
- Instead of jumping, Ryan Short is concentrating on bicycle racing.
- Ariel Picton is at the Taft School in Watertown, CT and hasn't jumped since 2005.
- Chris Jones is back after a spell in Coleraine, MN, and is jumping just a little.
- Tobin Whitman finished at Gettysburg College and jumped in an LOC meet.
[ See the previous edition of this collection, archived in Grampa's Attic.]
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Eastern Masters Jumpers
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