|Rahlves (far right), runs with |
Dylan Murtha, Chris Fitzpatrick, and Luke Rodarte.
(Photo by Andy Giordano)
“This is like being home more and more,” said Rahlves, who led the student/athletes from the academy’s Alpine and Freestyle skiing disciplines through a grueling “plyometric” workout.
“I have four year-old twins, and they’re in the Sugar Bowl program this season.
|High Fives! Photo by Andy Giordano|
“I’m hoping to add a few things with my experiences through…training, racing in the World Cup and having some success there and passing it on.
“There are a lot of hard workers here, and if I can give a little help to make it run a little easier, that’s what it’s all about.”
Rahlves spun a few tales from the professional skiing circuit for the SBA student/athletes, and also gave MVP awards to the hardest working male and female.
Female MVP went to SBA freshman Lauren Dunn, while male MVP went to SBA 2011 graduate Scott Cooper.