One USSA official called it a “bodacious” idea, putting a 140-foot ski jump in the historic Fenway Park where New Englanders could come to watch a Big Air competition from bleachers — bleachers where they would typically be cheering on the Boston Red Sox.

And it was wicked fun, indeed. Skiers and snowboarders from around the world, including American Olympians Devin Logan, Joss Christensen and Nick Goepper, rolled into Beantown to compete. Here in this exclusive SkiRacing.com video, athletes and officials reveal what a city event like this means for the sport and for personal milestones.

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Gabbi Hall
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A California native, Gabbi moved to Vermont to ski on the NCAA circuit for St. Michael’s College, where she served as team captain and studied journalism. Before joining Ski Racing, she worked as a broadcast TV producer and social media manager in higher education. She can be reached via email at gabbi@skiracing.com
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