Ski and snowboard hall of fame seeking nominations
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ISHPEMING, MI- The US Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, the national hall of fame for all ski sports in the United States, is open to receiving nominations for the election of its next class of honorees. Nominations can be made by anyone and the deadline for the receipt of nominations is April 30.

All nominations are reviewed by a national selection committee with the best of those that meet the qualifying criteria being placed before a national voting panel of at least 100 experts from across the country. All nominees are judged for the level of excellence in their achievements as athletes or as contributors to the development of skiing and snowboarding. All must have achieved at least a high level of national impact or accomplishment. Athlete candidates in particular may come from a broad range of involvement in the sport as racing competitors, freestylers, and even as freeskiing and big mountain skiers and snowboarders.

The rules that govern the election of honored members to the hall of fame reflect the rich diversity of skiing and snowboarding. They may be found, along with the nomination forms on the national hall of fame’s website: Nomination forms and advice on the process can also be obtained by contacting the hall of fame’s office via email: or by telephone, (906) 485-6323.

The US Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame has been providing permanent, respected national recognition since 1956. For more information contact Tom West at, or call (906) 485-6323.
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