Sam Morse

October 30, 2017

Meet “The Moose", a mountain man from Maine who tackles the challenges of alpine ski racing with grit and precision. Hailing from the steep icy slopes of Sugarloaf Mountain his thirst for the fall line was met at an early age. After attending Carrabassett Valley Academy under the guidance of coaches Chip Cochrane and Doug Williams, Morse qualified for the US Ski Team in the spring of 2014.

On the dawn of Wednesday March 8th, 2017 Morse skied his way to a World Juniors Downhill victory, placing him on the up and comers list for future world champions. He made his World Cup debut the following week at World Cup Finals in Aspen, Colorado. In the coming years he is looking to secure himself a position on the World Cup permanently and represent his country at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

Ski racing is a demanding sport in all aspects. One of the most challenging aspects is financially supporting the dream. You can help keep the dream alive today but clicking the donate buttom below. Know that when you donate to an athlete you become part of his team, and when he stands on that podium he not only represents himself, but also all those who supported him in getting to that moment. #ittakesavillage #TeamMorse #mooseontheloose



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