Alan Hayes passes away
Alan Hayes, 73, longtime Intermountain Division volunteer and, at one time, guiding light, died at home Saturday, 4/13/2019. He was born 11/26/1945.
Here is the link to his obituary: https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/saltlaketribune/obituary.aspx?n=alan-bradford-hayes&pid=192624373
Here is a link to the memorial site: https://alanbhayes.wixsite.com/home
Alan was recovering from back surgery that took place Tuesday.
Alan was a FIS TD. He also served many years as IMD ACC chairman.
In the 1980s, Alan developed a race software package called MacRace. Many teams used it for years.
Most recently he has been participating as a member of Snowbird’s timing crew.
“We are all feeling a deep sense of loss with the passing of Alan,” said Vince Romney, a member of the Snowbird timing crew. “He was a tireless and generous supporter of ski racing, and as I worked beside him for the past decade I observed his willingness to provide housing, transportation, resources, and mentoring to dozens of athletes through what he called his “rent-a-kid” program. He was always happy to see his former “kids” succeeding in life as well as racing, and he even had one of his former rent-a-kids architect his home. His vacant seat on the primary clock at Snowbird next year will be a difficult reality for all of us to face, and personally, I will dearly miss his friendship. Thank you Alan for all you’ve done to support SBSEF, and ski-racing in general. Till we meet again…”
Alan graduated from MIT in 1969 with BS and MS degrees in electrical and electronics engineering.
He received his PhD in computer science from the University of Utah in 1972.
He went on to work at Evans and Southerland and then of Fusion-io, which was purchased by SanDisk in 2014.
The annual IMD Scholar Award was named after him to honor his decades of service.
2019 IMC winners by discipline
Men Overall: Justin Bigatel, PC
Women Overall: Sophia Tozzi, JH
1st Sophia Tozzi,JH
2nd Mary Bocock, RM
3rd Mia Hunt, PC
1st Justin Bigatel, PC
2nd Nathan Gowe, SV
3rd Harry Hoffman, RM
1st Paige Doyle, JH
2nd Dasha Romanov, SV
3rdMarit Kaiser, SV
1st Ryder Sarchett, SV
2nd Justin Bigatel, PC
3rd Gunnar Travis, PC
1st Mia Hunt, PCSS
2nd Mary Bocock, RM
3rd Isabella Foos, SBN
1st Justin Bigatel, PCSS
2nd Gunnar Travis, PCSS
3rd Jack Pollard, PCSS
DH Women (calculated from WR Schweitzer Race but not used in the overall)
1st Sydney Weaver, PC
2nd Lauren Macuga, PC
3rd Falon Hanna SV
DH Men (calculated from WR Schweitzer Race but not used in the overall)
1st Cassell Lefevre, SV
2nd Ridley Lindstrom, SV
3rd Greg Olszansky, RM
Here is score sheet from U14 Project
The score sheet from the U14 Project at Targhee is attached below.
It can also be found on the U14 results page.
Spring Project Dual GS results are in
Results from the dual giant slaloms, dual slaloms and Kinder Kombi at the Spring Project at Targhee are in.
See them at: https://www.imdalpine.org/alpine/races18/U14.php
Snow Cup Sunday SL results are in
Slalom results from the Snow Cup at Snowbird Sunday are in.
See them at: https://www.imdalpine.org/alpine/races18/U16.php
Bigatel, Tozzi win Astle IMC overall awards
Justin Bigatel or Park City and Sophia Tozzi of Jackson Hole, owners of the series leader bibs all season, won the Bryce Astle Intermountain Cup Overall awards for 2019.
We will post all of the winners Monday.
Steve Bounous saying adios
This is Steve Bounous’ last race weekend as Snowbird Ski Education Foundation Executive Director and Head Coach. He has decided it is time to retire.
He has built a strong Alpine program at Snowbird and produced many, many world class skiers and great human beings.
Enjoy some video clips of Steve forerunning and course setting.
If you have some Steve Bounous photos or videos to share, let me (email@example.com) know about them and I will add them to this post.
Snowbird will broadcast the Snow Cup
Tune in Thursday for the Giant Slaloms at Snowbird. They will be broadcast live. Also, archived videos of each competitor’s runs will be available after the event.
Use this link to locate the video feed: https://vola.ussalivetiming.com/
Once there, go look for the Snowbird events.
Snowbird will video the entire race series, so come back Friday, Saturday and Sunday for more.