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Thanks for all your support during the 2010-2011 ski season!
Jasmine Bambur Serbian Disabled Ski Team
2010-2011 Medals

I would like to thank you all for support and encouragement throughout this season. 2010-2011 was my best season so far in my ski racing career. I raced in nine events in North America and Europe and I won a total of eight medals.

Four Golds Winter Park Open NorAm, Super G- Winter Park, Colorado
  Winter Park Open NorAm, Giant Slalom- Winter Park, Colorado
  US Alpine Nationals, Super Combined- Alyeska, Alaska
  NorAm, Super G- Alyeska, Alaska
 
Two Silvers US Alpine Nationals, Downhill- Alyeska, Alaska
  Winter Park Open Overall performance
 
Three Bronze NorAm Copper Mt., Slalom- Copper Mt., Colorado
  NorAm Copper Mt., Giant Slalom- Copper Mt., Colorado
  NorAm Kimberly, Downhill- Kimberly, Canada

Your support is truly appreciated and my outstanding results would not be possible without you. Some of these races were extremely difficult with all kinds of crazy weather. Racing 65 mph in Downhill at Sestriere, Italy with only helmet and goggles as your protections gives you a new perspective on life. I broke 6 pairs of skis but my body is still intact. Traveling is always interesting and sometimes exhausting. My trip back home from World Champs in Italy took 31 hours in airplanes, trains and automobiles (sounds like a bad movie). However, knowing that I have so many people to cheer me on and support me, these are just a small speed bumps.

I will take a month off and let my body recover. I plan to dry train at the local rec center and bike as soon as the snow melts. This summer I plan to attend two race camps in Mt. Hood and New Zealand. I hope to start the 2011-2012 next racing season in October. World Cup finals race will be at my home mountain in Winter Park and I am planning on taking few podiums.

Recent News
  • Race Camp - Mt. Hood: June 5-20, 2011
  • Fundraiser - Charlotte, North Carolina: Date - TBA
  • Race - Winter Games Cornet Peak, New Zealand: August 6-28, 2011.