JLA Banked Slalom

Date / Time
Feb 22 / 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Winter Events, Ski & Snowboard Competition


Celebrate the life of professional snowboarder, Jeff Anderson at the 7th Annual JLA Banked Slalom February 22–24.  In 2003 the snowboarding community was rocked by the untimely passing of snowboarding legend Jeff Anderson. Mammoth Mountain and the JLA Projec are thrilled to continue to keep his legacy alive with a fun day of shredding with Jeff’s friends and family on the mountain he grew up on. Learn more about Jeff.

About JLA Banked Slalom

Who: Snowboarders only
What: Banked Slalom Fun Race with classes for open, pro, legends, kids, and ladies.
Where: Lower Dry Creek


All proceeds from entry fees benefit The JLA Project.

Day 1 | Feb 23

Pro Men                        
Pro Women $100
Pro Masters (40+)
Pro Grom (16 & Under)
Men Amateur $50
Women's Amateur
Day 2 | Feb 24

Boys/Girls 15 to 13
Boys/Girls 12 to 10
Boys/Girls 9 to 7
Boys/Girls 6 and under

Registration Coming Soon

Event Schedule

Friday, Feb 22

TBD Course ride in
Weather and course completion permitting
Lower Dry Creek
5–8PM Rider check-in 
Mountainside Conference Center (MCC)

Saturday, Feb 23

Rider meeting MCC
9AM Open practice Lower Dry Creek
10AM Event starts
Runs from Open, Pro, Legends, Ladies and Groms
Lower Dry Creek
4PM Awards, raffle and aprés El Jefe beer from June Lake Brewing MCC

Sunday, Feb 24

9:30AM Rider check-in and kids/moms registration
Riders meeting
11AM Open practice Lower Dry Cree
11:30AM Event start Lower Dry Creek
2PM Awards MCC

Event times and locations subject to change.

The JLA Project

Organizer of JLA Banked Slalom
The JLA Project was founded 15 years ago after the passing of snowboarder Jeff Anderson. The original goal of the foundation was to build a skate park in Mammoth Lakes, now the renowned Volcom Brothers Skate Park. The next goal, or Phase 2 of the Foundation, is maintaining and improving the Skate Park each year, as well taking an emphasis on a renewed nurturing support of the sport of snowboarding from a grassroots level. The JLA Project is a movement to remind the community that snowboarding is an entire lifestyle. It’s been growing into the mainstream for so long, and we feel that Jeff’s influence is needed now more than ever. We must care for snowboarding again, in ways that only snowboarders can.

All proceeds from entry fees benefit The JLA Project.


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