Moguls skier Jay Bowman-Kirigin , Salt Lake City, who grew up training with the Wasatch Freestyle Team at Deer Valley, has been promoted to the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team’s B Team after collecting the first World Cup podium of his career, program director Polly-Jo Clark announced. Bowman-Kirigin, 19, finished second Feb. 17, three-hundredths of a point behind teammate and reigning moguls world champion Nate Roberts, of Park City in Inawashiro, Japan. He’s in his first season with the ski team and is a student at Westminster College in Salt Lake City when not training or competing. Outdoors clinic for women
Although the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources disbanded the Utah Chapter of "Becoming an Outdoors Woman" at the end of 2006, the annual six-week women’s shotgun clinic will continue this year beginning Saturday, March 24 at 10 a.m. The clinic is designed to introduce women to the shotgun sports, and this year will be led by the volunteer instructors who originally started the women’s shotgun program. The clinic will be at the Magna Gun Club. The instructors include Louise Bradshaw, her father, Gene Ekenstam, her husband, Jon, and friend Bob Libby, who have been teaching the six week shotgun clinic for the past 15 years. They are also shotgun instructors for the National Wild Turkey Federation’s "Women in the Outdoors" program and they teach women’s clinics at gun clubs around the state. Pre-registration is recommended. To register or to find out more information about this year’s six-week women’s shotgun clinic, please contact Louise at (435) 882-6328 or email@example.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, call the Park City Racquet Club at 615-5401 or online at parkcityrecreation.org
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