Local skier takes a stand on the podium
Jan 06, 2018 | 1441 views | 0 0 comments | 68 68 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Max Lyons, left, of Marlboro, takes home third at the Rails 2 Riches event at Killington.
Max Lyons, left, of Marlboro, takes home third at the Rails 2 Riches event at Killington.
KILLINGTON- Killington Resort hosted the East Coast’s largest and most lucrative rail jam, Rails 2 Riches, on Saturday, December 9. The event dished out more than $25,000 in prize money to skiers, and snowboarders. Max Lyons, of Marlboro, finished third in the snowboarding event.

Mini Shred Madness is the next rail jam scheduled at Killington Resort on Saturday, January 13, for children 13 years, and younger. This event is all about having fun, learning, and safety. Killington Park team riders will be onsite offering help and motivation to all participants.
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