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After Saturday’s race at
the annual Dan Nagy Memorial, the coaches gather at the
top of the Midwest’s steepest
pitch, Damnation, for the real
competition: the gate toss. This
year’s event was taken to new
levels with duct tape, Coors
Light (seen in photo), and
various aerodynamic theories.
Billy Patza from Mt. LaCrosse
even had a gate filled with lead
before the weekend, thinking it
would carry more speed. Alas,
the win went to Scott “Scully”
Skavenger from Team Gilboa.
Marked for Success
Lindsey Vonn was looking good on the day she
scored a second-place finish in a World Cup GS
in Ofterschwang. Her brand-new signature Oakley
goggles perfectly complemented her custom rain-
bow suit. You almost didn’t notice that in the first
run, her number was drawn on with marker. The
Waxroom caught it. Good to see that the World Cup
isn’t too good for one of the oldest git-er-done junior
racing tricks in the book.