Osinski invited to Junior Worlds as Freeskiers Compete in Elite Rev Tour
MAMMOTH—Stratton Mountain School Freeskier Montana Osinski `21 has been invited to represent the U.S. at the FIS Junior World Championships in Klappen, Sweden between April 4 and 14, and may compete in both Slopestyle and Big Air. That invitation follows a great weekend for Osinski and her peers Charlie Gnoza `21 and Zylis Hawkins `20 in California, where they took on the dual Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour Elite Event and FIS Nor-AM hosted by Mammoth Mountain.
Gnoza led the SMS results with a 7th place finish in Slopestyle, though Osinski wasn’t far behind with a 10th place finish in the Women’s Slopestyle competition. In Big Air, Hawkins also broke into the top-15 with an 11th place finish among the elite field.
As SMS Freeskier’s return home in anticipation of both Junior Worlds and USASA Nationals, alumna Caroline Claire `18 has also claimed 6th in the global Big Air standings as the discipline’s World Cup season drew to a close this weekend. Congratulations, Montana, Charlie, Zylis, and Caroline!
Stratton Mountain School is an independent boarding and day school that focuses on college preparatory academics and competitive winter sports. Located at the base of Stratton Mountain, SMS serves students in grades 7 – 12.