The Black Diamond Gymnastics and Sports Center 2007 Winter Classic will be held Feb.2-24 at the Basin Recreation Field House. The event will welcome more than 45 teams from all over the country. Competition will be held each day from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and is open to the public. The most advance sessions will be held Friday evening at 5 p.m. and all day on Saturday. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children per day.
One Step to visit February 24-28 will mark the 15th year that Chicago’s One Step at a Time Camp, a program operated by the Children’s Oncology Services, Inc. will visit the National Ability Center. Many children between the ages of 10-19 years old acquired a physical disability as a result of their cancer treatment, and the camps offer outdoor recreation without interrupting necessary medical attention. This year over 25 kids from Chicago, Northern Indiana, Wisconsin, and Illinois will hit the slopes to enjoy Utah’s famous snow and world class terrain with the National Ability Center. In addition to 4 days of skiing, One Step’s participants will have the opportunity to take part in other programs including the Ice Rocket at the Utah Olympic Park and sleigh rides. Children from ages 10-19 years old with all different forms of cancer will attend the camp. A volunteer staff of 15 adults, including their parents and volunteers will accompany and participate in the program. For more information, contact Jessica Kunzer 200-0990 or by email at jessicak@DiscoverNAC.org .
On, January 27, Ashley Battersby of Park City traveled to Aspen, Colo. to receive the Powder magazine Readers’ Poll Award. Battersby was selected, for the third year running, as one of the top five women in all of freeskiing. Feb. 3-4, the top women in the world competed in the second annual Queen’s Cup Open at Park City Mountain Resort. The women’s event paired one pro woman with four amateur women to on each team. Battersby led her team to top honors placing first in the team event. February 9 11, Battersby was back in Aspen to compete on the Winter X Games slopestyle course in the Aspen Open at Buttermilk. and placed third, her first podium since ACL surgery one year ago. Battersby is sponsored by Volkl, Tecnica, Marker, Helly Hansen, Scott USA, Bern Helmets, Park City Mountain Resort, Skullcandy, Icer, Team Vontaar. For more information contact Battersby, Ashley@vontaar.com .
Softball season is coming soon. Get into the excitement with Park City Recreation’s Adult Softball Leagues. Co-ed leagues play Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Men’s leagues play Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The season runs from May 6-Aug. 17. Registration is now open, but space is limited. To register, contact the Park City Racquet Club at 615-5401 or online at parkcityrecreation.org
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