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Meet Sync's Partners: The Kelly Brush Foundation

Kelly Brush was born to be an elite athlete. From an early age, she showed exceptional drive playing soccer and softball in the warmer months and participating in gymnastics, swimming, and alpine ski racing in the snowy Vermont winters. As the daughter of two accomplished alpine racers, it was no surprise that Kelly fell in love with the sport. She put on her first skis at 2½ and competed for the first time at age 7. Then, in her junior and senior years of high school, she qualified for the U.S. National Championships.

By Geof Ochs | Dec 20, 2018

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Meet Sync's Partners: The High Fives Foundation

In the last decade, the High Fives Foundation has gained widespread acclaim among mountain athletes. Even more impressive, they’ve managed to become a common thread of connection and hope between a variety of athletes, outdoor sports communities, and charitable initiatives. If you’ve missed the hype about High Fives, here’s why they’ve made such a strong impression on so many—including SYNC.

By Geof Ochs | Dec 18, 2018

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3 Ways to Care for Your Outerwear Fabric

Even if you don’t mind your ski gear looking a bit broken-in, cleaning your ski jackets and pants impacts more than just aesthetics. Dirt and grime can limit the breathability and waterproof nature of your outerwear, affecting their feel and performance on the slopes. In that sense, washing your favorite items can significantly improve their performance and lifespan.

By Geof Ochs | Dec 5, 2018

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Team America and SYNC Athlete Brian McLaughlin Scores first World Cup Points

A wild day of racing finished up Sunday afternoon with Team America, former Dartmouth, and SYNC Athlete Brian McLaughlin in 18th place at the Beaver Creek World Cup races on Birds of Prey. "It was an awesome weekend. It always feels good to bring all of your hard training to show through in a race, so I’m really happy." said McLaughlin.

By Geof Ochs | Dec 3, 2018

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