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Lilia Lapanja

Geof grew up racing in Vermont with his brother Kris at a small hill called Ascutney that you've probably never heard of. After racing at Boston College, he moved to the mountains of Colorado to co-found SYNC in 2014. He now enjoys freeskiing and mountain bike racing in the Colorado mountains.

Bella Wright

Kris raced at St. Michael's NCAA program before moving out west to coach at SSCV and work on finance and investment projects before joining SYNC full time in 2018. His version of racing now includes top 30 finishes at the Leadville 100 and the Grand Traverse ski-mo race from Crested Butte to Aspen.

AJ Ginnis

Makayla grew up skiing at Sugarloaf in Maine, then went on to race NCAA at Colby College. Before joining SYNC, she coached U14 Alpine racers at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail. She brings an inside background to team and club relationships. In her time off, she loves running local trails and is learning to mountain bike as well.

Katie Fleck

Molly joined SYNC after most recently coaching at MMSC in Stowe, VT. She raced there growing up and skied for Babson's NCAA team. She can't wait to explore all the local ski huts and mountain bike trails after relocating from East to West.



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Resi Stiegler

Geof grew up racing in Vermont with his brother Kris at a small hill called Ascutney that you've probably never heard of. After racing at Boston College, he moved to the mountains of Colorado to co-found SYNC in 2014. He now enjoys freeskiing and mountain bike racing in the Colorado mountains.

Chris Bivona

Kris raced at St. Michael's NCAA program before moving out west to coach at SSCV and work on finance and investment projects before joining SYNC full time in 2018. His version of racing now includes top 30 finishes at the Leadville 100 and the Grand Traverse ski-mo race from Crested Butte to Aspen.

Brian Mclaughlin

Makayla grew up skiing at Sugarloaf in Maine, then went on to race NCAA at Colby College. Before joining SYNC, she coached U14 Alpine racers at Ski & Snowboard Club Vail. She brings an inside background to team and club relationships. In her time off, she loves running local trails and is learning to mountain bike as well.

SYNC Performance is wholly owned by a group of investors who care deeply about the sport of ski racing. We are not a portfolio line of a brand conglomerate or tire company, we are an independent ski brand based in the mountains of Colorado. These investors provide guidance on SYNC's mission, vision, and values and keep us true to the goal of impacting positive change on ski racing through the support of athletes. 

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Best Jacket I've Owned

No question as to this is the best jacket I have owned. 6'3" 165lbs and medium fits great, slimmer fit. You will not regret this and never want to take it off. Amazing weight for warmth. Flexibility could not be better. Durability is top notch. No snags, scratches, holes and that's skiing Steamboat trees for 30+ days 3 seasons in a row.

Great race suit!

This has nice fabric, great design

Stretch Puffy

Great coat, but 4/5 as the zippers could pull more easily. It is largely a two-hand job to open phone pocket and difficult to open hand pockets instead of the typical glide of a nice zipper. Otherwise the fit and finish is excellent.

Men’s Benchmark Fleece Jacket

Ha! I love all your stuff. This fleece is well designed like most of your products and is great for travel, hiking, fall mountain biking and soon, I expect, skiing.
Love the high collar, one of my favorite features.

Great Race Suit

I’ve purchased 2 of these for my son. Prior we tried several others with POC’s being the best quality. These suits fit well, offer amazing padding / protection and are incredibly cut / tear resistant. The POC’s were certainly high quality, but these Sync’s are better. I don’t think there’s a better race suit on the market.