Utah Skiing Adds Two New Coaches

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Monday, the University of Utah skiing team announced the hiring of coaches Miles Havlick and JJ (Justin) Johnson.Havlick will be the head Nordic coach for the Utes and Johnson will serve as head alpine coach, per an announcement from the Utah director of skiing Fredrik Landstedt.Havlick competed for the Utes from 2010-2013 and won a pair of national championships, while Johnson has spent the past four years with the U.S. Ski Team.Havlick was also a seven-time All-American with Utah and won 13 20-km freestyle and 20-km classical titles during his collegiate career.He was also a three-time Ski Racing Magazine Nordic Collegiate Skier of the Year, the two-time RMISA Men’s Nordic MVP and earned the 2013 Tom Hansen Conference Medal.He is a 2013 graduate of Utah in exercise physiology and earned his Master’s degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology of Trondheim, Norway, in exercise physiology in 2018.Johnson was a member of the U.S. Ski Team from 1997-1999 and 2004-2007 and spent three seasons competing on the World Cup circuit while placing 24th in the downhill at Val Gardena/Groeden in 2004.These hires complete the Utes’ staff for the upcoming season. August 13, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah Skiing Adds Two New Coaches Tags: Fredrik Landstedt/JJ (Justin) Johnson/Master’s/Miles Havlick/Val Gardena/Groeden Brad James Written bylast_img read more

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