Extreme ski star signing Warren Miller film today
Go Fast will be there for free energy drinks. DVD’s and VHS Tapes will be available for sale at the Colorado Ski Museum.
Anthony is the 1996 Alaskan Extreme Skiing Champion, veteran of eight World Championships and 14 Warren Miller Titles.
In Cold Fusion, Anthony joins legendary snowriders pushing the boundaries of what is possible on one or two boards.
The Colorado Ski Museum is located on the third level of the Vail Village Transportation Center.
Anthony is a Colorado native and long-time Vail Resident. Between competitions he heads up specialized skiing workshops at Silverton,
Alyeska, Italy and Vail. For the last 15 years Anthony has traveled as a member of the Warren Miller Ski Team, freelanced for several publications, while co-producing, co-hosting, writing and editing for “Snow Motion” on Fox Sports. In 1991 Chris was deemed the honor of Ambassador for the State of Colorado, a title he carried with him during a goodwill mission to the Prefecture of Yamagata in Japan.
On snow since the age of one, Chris broke away from skiing long enough to
reach the international ranks of the cycling world, earn a Bachelors of
Science degree from the University of Colorado, and write two screenplays.
Those achievements opened doors for Chris to work with three-time Tour De France Champion Greg Lemond and director, producer, actor Michael Douglas.
Presently, Chris continues to compete and conquer new terrain in the
backcountry while becoming more familiar with the old. He shares that lifestyle with the world by passing on innovative ideas as a journalist and motivational speaker.
In 1997 Chris was appointed to the Colorado’Äôs Speakers Bureau. In October 1998 Chris was hired to design, select athletes and direct a nationally syndicated Skiercross.
The parcel where workforce housing is being proposed was listed for decades as belonging to the Colorado Department of Transportation.