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Snowboarder, Tony Chiuchiolo Has Passed Away



Snowboarder Tony Chiuchiolo who has seen the snowboard industry from almost every perspective has sadly passed away. Tony was reported to have died today March 7 2021.

Tony started riding at Mad River Glen when he was six years old, back before they banned snowboarding. In 1990 he got a job instructing at Sugarbush and hasn’t left Vermont since.

The news of his death was confirmed on social media and no cause of death has been reported yet.

The Blower Snowboarding took to their Official Facebook page to announce that the talented snowboarder has passed on.

Read Excerpts From Their Post Below:-

Truly heartbroken to learn about the passing of Tony Chiuchiolo. It’s hard to put into words, but Ralph Kucharek did a pretty good job of it…
“There are people in this world that believe in you. They believe in whatever you’re doing and they are there for you as a friend, mentor, coach, or rock. That support always goes a long way regardless of the circumstance and those are the people that are most memorable and impactful to me.

Tony Chiuchiolo believed in myself and the Northern Vermont snowboarding community along with those beyond his passion. As a lifelong rider, Tony watered the roots of his home resort, Sugarbush Resort. He had a vision for the future of our terrain parks landscape and showed up through Sugarbush Parks. He knew through hard work, supporting park staff & riders, and grinding against the grain that bigger things could transpire.

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