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Two Utahns take reigns for women's ski jumping team

Published January 16, 2013 12:05 pm

Winter sports • Robbie Beck and Jenny Holden have long served in sports roles.
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The US Women's Ski Jumping Tean is getting a leadership shake-up, now with two Utahns at the helm.

Park City residents Robbie Beck and Jenny Holden will serve as the foundation executive director and the athletic program director, respectively. The two will help steer the team as it prepares for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

Beck will be a leader in marketing, fundraising in planning in her next role for the team. She comes to the position after serving as the business development director for the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation.

Holden is has been the executive director and team director of the team for the past two years, helping push the team to the 2012 Nations Cup Title.




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