Steamboat Springs, Colorado is home to more Olympian snow sports medal winners in the United States than any other ski town, so it's no surprise that Olympian Todd Wilson calls Steamboat home while also serving as the Director of Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Skiing for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club (SSWSC).
Todd is responsible for training around 60 ski jumpers each season, as part of the 1,000+ kids who attend SSWSC gatherings and events. This inspiring community event had 40 people show up to support the kids, who were participating in the Larry Johnston Memorial Junior National Qualifier #1 at Howelson Hill Ski Area.
Todd is a really humble man who loves serving the kids, just as his mentors growing up helped to serve him in preparation for the Olympics. Check out his interview to hear what this selfless athlete has to say about helping his community in Colorado.
For more info about this community event, visit the DICE website: