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Bell Rings The Bell At Big Sky

Former British Olympian Martin Bell will be conducting a FREE-Ski Clinic Monday & Tuesday, February 3rd & 4th down at Big Sky Resort. Bell is an incredibly knowledgeable racer & coach. He competed in 4 Winter Olympics from 1984 to 1994 & 5 World Championships from 1985 to 1993. The man still holds the best result for a male skier in British Olympic history & placed 8th in the 1988 Calgary Games! . Bell even taught a Race Clinic at Big Sky Resort earlier this week. Bell “chimes” in, “Big Sky Resort is the ideal place to handle different terrain. It’s a large rugged mountain with any type of terrain imaginable.” He says that Big Sky also has fantastic groomers for carving & that Elk Park Ridge is the best groomed run in the country. For registration & payment information for the martin Bell Clinic, visit: www.bigskyresort.com/adultclinics. See you under our Big Sky IN Big Sky!

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