These are some of the athletes we sponsor and have sponsored over the years. We are proud to have our company associated with all of the great things they do on the slopes and in the community.  


Josh Dueck 

Yes, that is our boy Josh getting inverted. First man to land a backflip on a mono ski (video can be seen here). This guy can rip! From the race course, to Mono X, to just shredding around, he loves skiing.  We love the attitude that Josh brings to skiing and to life. He is a free spirit who always seems to have a smile on his face and a positive way about him. 

Josh does a ton for the community and speaks to variety of organizations. Check out his website and follow him to catch-up with this busy man.







Tyler Walker 

Tyler is a current member of the United States Adaptive Ski Team. He is a national and international ski champion in several alpine disciplines as well as a 2006 and 2010 Paralympian and a three-time X-Games gold medalist.

From mountain biking to skiing, this guy likes speed and works hard at everything he does.  Happy to have him as a part of Team Superlite.






Alana Nichols 

Alana is a triple threat athlete competing in alpine skiing, basketball, and sprint kayaking. She is the first American female to take home gold at both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games in the downhill, giant slalom, and wheelchair basketball events. Alana has now set her sights on sprint kayaking gold with the hope of becoming the first athlete to win Olympic gold in three disciplines. Alana’s passion for sports and adventure enables her to push her limits in a variety of disciplines.





KJ Van der Klooster 

This fearless Dutchman enjoys his extreme sports frozen and thawed.  KJ competes in all alpine disciplines on the world stage. He took 1st in the World Cup Super-G at Mt. Hutt in 2013. When the snow melts and the weather warms up, wake boarding becomes Van der Klooster’s sport of choice each summer.


Stephani Victor 

Stephanie is a world-class alpine racer who competes in the downhill, super combined, giant slalom, and slalom. Having won two golds at the Torino and Vancouver Olympic Games, along with 24 World Cup victories, Stephanie is no stranger to the medals podium.




Ralph Green 

Ralph is an Olympic medal holder and four time National Champion. He began skiing in Pennsylvania in 2000, but didn’t catch the bug until ripping with the NSCD at Winter Park. After the NSCD experience Ralph said “That’s when it stuck… I’m skiing until I’m the best.”  He continues his pursuit of excellence on and off the slopes by helping others obliterate mediocrity.




Andrew Kurka 

Andrew, rocking the old school KGB, likes to go downhill fast. He is a current member of the US Adaptive Ski Team and is getting faster every time out. His trademark Kawasaki Green rig and outriggers can be seen for miles. 

He is an Alaskan man through and through and loves the outdoors.  In his spare time he hosts a radio show and does all sorts of things for the community. We love hearing about his newest ventures and the sky is the limit for this young man.





 Allison Jones 

Apart from tending to his garden and three chickens, Allison enjoys tearing up the competition at Olympic skiing and cycling events. Jones made his first US Para Ski Team when he was sixteen, and competed in the Salt Lake City Games at age eighteen. He has thrived in both the summer and winter games having won gold, silver, and bronze medals in multiple disciplines.



Jasmin Bambur 

Jas has his sights set on South Korea, 2018. Training out of Winter Park, this alpine racer has enjoyed success on both the national and international alpine racing circuit.


Erik Bayindirli (Ebay) 

Erik “Ebay” Bayindirli grew up skiing in Verbier, Switzerland. Bayindirli made his Olympic debut in Torino in 2006 with the USA, and with Turkey in the 2014 Sochi games at age 51.

Matt Feeney 

Matt is an adaptive sport enthusiast who raced with the Winter Park Disabled Ski Team. He is a two-time off-road champion, and an accomplished hand cyclist, wake boarder, and ski instructor. Feeney is responsible for growing the NSCD to over 300 volunteers servicing thousands of adaptive ski lessons annually.

Chris Devlin-Young 

Chris is an alpine ski racer who won golds in the slalom event at the Lillehammer Games and super-g event at the Salt Lake City Games. He is the first skier ever to win a Paralympic gold medal in two different disability classes.




Mark Urich 

Urich was first introduced to adaptive skiing in 2010 by none other than Alana Nichols. He quickly took to the sport, and has been driven to win in the Olympics ever since. After barely missing qualifications for Sochi, Mark is fired up to make the US squad and compete in Pyeong Chang, South Korea in 2018.

Arly Velasquez 

Arly raced for Mexico in the 2010 Games in Vancouver. He competed in the super-g, slalom, and giant slalom.




Sarah Will 

Sarah has earned a record thirteen medals at four Olympic Games during her eleven years with the US Ski Team.  A member of the US Olympic Hall of Fame, Sarah now spends her days teaching adaptive skiing in Colorado.

Chris Waddell 

Chris is a thirteen time Olympic Medalist and all around adventurer. Chris has competed and medaled in both the Winter and Summer Games. In 2009 he became the first nearly unassisted paraplegic to summit Mt. Kilimanjaro.



Melanie Schwartz 

Melanie is an alpine ski racer who competed in both the Vancouver and Sochi Winter Games. Melanie is currently training to compete in the 2018 Pyeong Chang Games in South Korean.

Scott Meyer 

Scott made his Olympic debut at the 2014 Games in Sochi. He is an avid traveler that revels in the opportunity to visit new areas, and does so each year as a World Cup competitor.

Stephen Lawler 

Stephen is a current member of the Team US Alpine Race Team. Though he was named to the 2014 Sochi team, a shoulder surgery kept him from competing. Stephen is now looking forward to the 2018 Pyeong Chang Games where he hopes his experience and competitive fire will lead to Olympic success.

 Andrea Dziewior 

Andrea competed in the downhill, giant slalom, slalom, and super-g during her tenure as an alpine ski racer for Team Canada. She spent six years on the senior national team.

Kevin Bramble 

Kevin won gold in the downhill events at both Salt Lake City in 2002, and Torino in 2006. Known as a speed specialist, Kevin competed in the super-g and downhill events throughout his career. Bramble now applies his adaptive skiing expertise to custom built mono rigs.

Bill Bowness 

Bill was a member of the US Adaptive Ski Team from 1992 to 1997. He won Olympic medals in the downhill, super-g, and slalom. Bill also tore up the competitive water skiing circuit, having won nine world championships during his time competing in the sport.

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