Anomaly Freeride Team
The Jackson Hole Anomaly started in 2004, providing coaching to athletes wanting to take their skiing/snowboarding to a competitive level. The program offers regular freeskiing/freeriding instruction to locals ages 10 - 18 in disiplines such as halfpipe, terrain park, big mountain and skier/board X. The program has grown into a structured organization under the wing of the Mountain Sports School to a crew of over 20 dedicated snow-sports enthusiasts. The vision is to create a positive learning environement for youths to find their personal strengths within skiing/snowboarding. For more information, check out the Local Programs description, call 307-739-2779 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head Coach - Rob LaPier: Rob moved to Jackson after co-founding a summer ski/snowboard camp on Beartooth Pass, MT. He has been coaching skiing since his high school days and has spent a great deal of time competing. He won Powder Magazine's "North Face Amateur of the Year" award in 2007, placed third at the Jackson Hole Freeskiing Open and has starred in nearly 10 ski films. Rob was also a driving force in creating both the Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole Junior Freeski Opens. As a coach, Rob has helped mold numerous local athletes into successfull nationally ranked freeskiers. His coaching strenghts include halfpipe, terrain park and big mountain freeskiing.
Trevor Hiatt: coming soon
Jordan Rupe: Jordan grew up snowboarding and mountain biking in the beautiful mountains around Durango, CO. Upon graduating from Fort Lewis College in 2009, he was mountain biking at the proffesional level. Still, his desire to learn more about snowboarding led him to get his AASI Level II certification as well as his AASI Freestyle accredation. To Jordan, coaching is beyond just snowboarding. It is setting a strong foundation of character to promote dedication, determination and mental strength within each student. Once the physical and mental are well rounded, then riders can excel on and off the hill.