When someone helps, it’s good to help back.
During the winter of 2010, I was lucky enough to call Park City, Utah home. It was the year America fielded its biggest Winter Olympic squad to date, and, after bringing home 37 medals from Vancouver, its most successful.
Park City, the host of the 2002 Winter Olympics, better known as the “Roots beret games”, is permanent home to many current and former athletes who found the more than 400 miles of trails, the towering peaks of the Wasatch and endless Aplenglow afternoons too irresistible to leave behind. The former mining town is also an incubator for today’s and future Olympians. Some are progeny of the stars of yesteryear, and some, quite simply, are blessed with being born at the right place with right drive.
Parkites can find comfort in knowing the rest of America is all in with wintersport as much as they are thus far. An estimated…
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