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HEAD/Tyrolia, the brand ranking winner of the FIS World Cup in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2019 is pleased to announce the promotion of Cameron Smith to the position of U.S. Competition and Team Manager. In his expanded role, Smith will manage all athlete relations, sponsorships and racing products for HEAD/Tyrolia USA.   

Since joining the company in 2017, Smith has established himself as one of the most trustworthy leaders in the U.S. racing community. As a former University of Colorado Assistant Ski Coach, two-time NCAA National Championship team racer, and Burke Mountain Academy alumnus, Smith has the ideal background in competitive skiing to exceed all expectations in his new role. This Burkie/Buffalo has a firm grasp of ski racing East-to-West in the USA, and competitive skiers of all ages and abilities will benefit by working with him.

“Cameron has lived and breathed ski racing as few ever do. We are truly fortunate to have him as an important member of our team,” said Jon Rucker, President of HEAD/Tyrolia USA. “He is well-deserving of this additional responsibility, and we know that he will deliver excellence to our athletes and dealers.”   

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue growing the race program in the USA. We have great product and a focused team that is a competitive advantage to racers at every level. I’m looking forward to watch our athletes’ achievements this season,” said Smith.

Smith will remain based in the HEAD/Tyrolia U.S. Winter Sports headquarters in Boulder, Colorado. He can be reached at csmith@us.head.com and O: (720) 708-6422.

Release courtesy of HEAD/Tyrolia USA.

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