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Ski Club Vail Leader Joins U.S. Women's Team As Interim Tech Coach

Brandon DyksterhouseThe U.S. Ski Team has announced the addition of Brandon Dyksterhouse to its women’s technical team as part of a unique partnership with Ski and Snowboard Club Vail. 

Dyksterhouse, a former national level racer and longtime ski coach, will join the Team as interim women’s tech head coach through the remainder of the season to provide support to Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin and the women’s slalom and giant slalom squad.

According to U.S. Ski Team Alpine Director Patrick Riml, the partnership grew out of Dyksterhouse’s work with Team athletes in Vail. He will join a staff that includes Luca de Marchi and Gary Miller. He has already begun working with Team athletes training in Colorado and will remain through World Championships in Vail/Beaver Creek and on through the World Cup Finals.

“Our club is honored to partner with the U.S. Ski Team with this unique relationship to have Brandon take a leave to join the women’s tech staff for the season,” said Aldo Radamus, Ski and Snowboard Club Vail executive director. “He is a remarkable coach who will make a difference and then bring the knowledge he gains back to Ski and Snowboard Club Vail.”

Photo: Brandon Dyksterhouse of Ski Club Vail becomes interim ski team coach (Ski and Snowboard Club Vail)

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