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Scott Snow Podium Wax Featured Athlete Scott was the youngest athlete named to the US Ski Team this year at age 17.  He hails from Sagle, ID where he was a member of the Independence Racing Team at Schweitzer Mountain since age five.  Not an academy kid, his team consisted of local kid coached by parents and was 100% free. Although a consistent winner in USSA Mitey Mite competition, Scott exploded onto the scene at the Topolino Shootout in 2007, winning 5 of 6 races.  After that is was all history.  His significant achievements are: Five time NASTAR National Champion Five time Junior National Medalist Trofeo Topolino World Championships 2008 Whistler Cup 2008 Three J3 Junior Olympic podiums (1 Gold, 2 Silver) 2008 Most cumulative Junior Championship Podiums of any male (3 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze) Youngest invitee to Us National Championships past two years Top three world rankings in age group for Downhill and Super G Youngest athlete named to 2010-12 US Alpine Ski Team University Of New Mexico Ski Team 2013-2014 Scott says: "I've had a good run with Podium Wax.  It's durable, simply and very fast.  I really like the flexibility of broad temperature ranges and the simple, two option, start line prep system.  Please become a US Team supplier!  
Warner Nickerson NCAA All American United States Ski Team and World Cup Racer  Warner Nickerson is like no ski racer we've ever met.  An enormous late-blooming talent, the "system just doesn't no what to do with him.  US racing is geared to grabbing talent early and plugging them into the combine.  No college years to develope skills, size and perspective... just throw them into the mix.  We could debate all day about that.  Warner Nickerson went to Colby College in Maine, graduating in 2005.  His skills advanced exponentially during those years, where he was a two time All American and won two silver medals at the World University games.  He also was fourth at the US National Championships (against the entire US Team) and missed the podium and a Team slot by .18 seconds.  In 2006, with World GS rankings of 100 and 102 (just two rankings from funded Team criteria) he was named an unfunded member of the USST "B" team.  The year went well until he was injured in late January.  He struggled to compete through injury, then the team dropped him like a hot potato despite a 5th place at US Nationals.  He's since taken four US Nationals Podiums, but with age comes higher ascension criteria  which are virtually unatainable unless one is already on the World Cup circuit.  He spanked the entire US Ski Team at races in New Zealand this Autumn and lowed his Giant Slalom FIS points to 6.  The US Team grudgingly gave him a World Cup start in Solden last month after all the blogs were referring to him as the fastest man not on the Cup circuit.  Podium Wax is proud to sponsor this dedicated athlete who epitomizes the spirit of competition.  To read more about Warner, visit his website at: http://www.warnernickerson.com/ or check out a fun post US Nationals article at: http://www.teamusa.org/blogs/behind-the-podium/posts/1787-dreaming-the-life  Warner has been working with closely with us and provides amazing feedback.  He was instrumental to our adding "Nick-of-Time to our product line, hence the name.
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Contact Information Phone: (208) 290-6370 Email: info@podiumwax.com
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Scott Snow Podium Wax Featured Athlete Scott was the youngest athlete named to the US Ski Team this year at age 17.  He hails from Sagle, ID where he was a member of the Independence Racing Team at Schweitzer Mountain since age five.  Not an academy kid, his team consisted of local kid coached by parents and was 100% free. Although a consistent winner in USSA Mitey Mite competition, Scott exploded onto the scene at the Topolino Shootout in 2007, winning 5 of 6 races.  After that is was all history.  His significant achievements are: Five time NASTAR National Champion Five time Junior National Medalist Trofeo Topolino World Championships 2008 Whistler Cup 2008 Three J3 Junior Olympic podiums (1 Gold, 2 Silver) 2008 Most cumulative Junior Championship Podiums of any male (3 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze) Youngest invitee to Us National Championships past two years Top three world rankings in age group for Downhill and Super G Youngest athlete named to 2010-12 US Alpine Ski Team University Of New Mexico Ski Team 2013-2014 Scott says: "I've had a good run with Podium Wax.  It's durable, simply and very fast.  I really like the flexibility of broad temperature ranges and the simple, two option, start line prep system.  Please become a US Team supplier!  
Warner Nickerson NCAA All American United States Ski Team and World Cup Racer  Warner Nickerson is like no ski racer we've ever met.  An enormous late-blooming talent, the "system just doesn't no what to do with him.  US racing is geared to grabbing talent early and plugging them into the combine.  No college years to develope skills, size and perspective... just throw them into the mix.  We could debate all day about that.  Warner Nickerson went to Colby College in Maine, graduating in 2005.  His skills advanced exponentially during those years, where he was a two time All American and won two silver medals at the World University games.  He also was fourth at the US National Championships (against the entire US Team) and missed the podium and a Team slot by .18 seconds.  In 2006, with World GS rankings of 100 and 102 (just two rankings from funded Team criteria) he was named an unfunded member of the USST "B" team.  The year went well until he was injured in late January.  He struggled to compete through injury, then the team dropped him like a hot potato despite a 5th place at US Nationals.  He's since taken four US Nationals Podiums, but with age comes higher ascension criteria  which are virtually unatainable unless one is already on the World Cup circuit.  He spanked the entire US Ski Team at races in New Zealand this Autumn and lowed his Giant Slalom FIS points to 6.  The US Team grudgingly gave him a World Cup start in Solden last month after all the blogs were referring to him as the fastest man not on the Cup circuit.  Podium Wax is proud to sponsor this dedicated athlete who epitomizes the spirit of competition.  To read more about Warner, visit his website at: http://www.warnernickerson.com/ or check out a fun post US Nationals article at: http://www.teamusa.org/blogs/behind-the-podium/posts/1787-dreaming-the-life  Warner has been working with closely with us and provides amazing feedback.  He was instrumental to our adding "Nick-of-Time to our product line, hence the name.
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Contact Information Phone: (208) 290-6370 Email: info@podiumwax.com
Copyright Podiumwax 2016. Site design by Digalitics Technical.