By Staff | Posted: Sunday October 13, 2019
Hunter Burke is heading overseas and is after more than just experience this time
The Youth Winter Olympics loom in January and he wants to be there.
He will have to accumulate points in a series of races around Europe and the United States over the next three months.
Ten points - equating roughly to finishing in the top 38 in all four qualifying races - and finishing in the top 20 countries will get him to Lausanne, Switzerland.
It will be Hunter's second trip to Europe and having enjoyed his previous experience he was excited to get back on track for more.