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Freestyle skiing legend to host Olympic heritage competition

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Reno resident and legendary freestyle skier Wayne Wong will be the athlete of honor at the Olympic Heritage mogul competition Tuesday at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort.

As part of a series of this winter’s Olympic Heritage events, which celebrate the 50th anniversary as Lake Tahoe’s Olympic host date, the Olympic Heritage Moguls Competition gets back to the roots of ski competition during the 1960s.

Event registration is from 8-10 a.m. in the Alpine Meadows base lodge near the and is $25. The registration fee includes lunch, ; a complimentary beer or soda, a commemorative T-shirt; live concert, access to the post-competitions festivities and awards ceremony at the Alpine Meadows Mid Mountain Chalet and a chance to ski with a legend in Wong.

The competition will take place on Yellow Trail from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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