Ravi Dugan

Local boy goes to the X Games

Local boy Ravi Drugan is going to be competing in the X Games later this month. Ravi rides a mono or sitski. He was hit by a train when he was fifteen years old and lost both legs. He took up skiing through the Oregon Adaptive Program two years ago. Hoodoo ski resort was nice enough to work with him and help give him a season pass the past few years. He ski's now for Bergs Ski and Snowboard shop as well as the Park City Race Team. He received his invitation to compete in the X Games Mono X just three days ago. A donation has been set up on Bergs website as well as in the store. A auction is also going on on the Bergs website. All money made from both will go to helping Ravi get to Aspen on such short notice. He needs all the help he can get right now. Ravi is a great guy and an excellent all around skier. He is an inspiration to us all.


Wind Home ( A fellow team rider, good friend and personal photographer )

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Campbell says ... on Friday, Jan 21 at 7:36 PM

Good Job Ravi from your people in Panama City, FL. Good Luck!

footballmama says ... on Wednesday, Jan 19 at 2:51 PM

good for him. that is the second story I have read today about a teenager hit by a train, losing limbs and doing wonderful things.

shay smith says ... on Wednesday, Jan 19 at 2:24 PM

Ravi ! Your amazing! You have come so far : ) I wish you the best of luck, you'll do awesome. Miss ya!!

Susan says ... on Tuesday, Jan 18 at 7:54 PM

You are awesome and amazing!!!

Flash says ... on Tuesday, Jan 18 at 2:30 PM

Saw a piece on sitski's a week ago or so. Those things are intense and look to be lots of fun. Good luck Ravi

debrattt says ... on Tuesday, Jan 18 at 2:02 PM

WTG Ravi! Quite an impressive feat just being invited to the X Games. Best of luck :)

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