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Olympic Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley Serves as Master of Ceremonies for inaugural International Sports Hall of Fame Gala



Olympic Gold Medal skier Jonny Moseley serves as Master of Ceremonies for the inaugural Reno-Tahoe Winter Games Coalition (RTWGC) International Sports Hall of Fame Gala honoring the accomplishments of seven regional sports pioneers Nov. 18 at the Atlantis Casino Resort. Moseley officially inducts what event organizers are calling the “Magnificent 7” that includes:  Alex Cushing, Lynette Davis, Shane McConkey, Tamara McKinney, Wayne Poulsen, Daron Rahlves and Franz Weber.

Moseley, a world-class skier, captured the Gold Medal during the 1998 Nagano, Japan Winter Olympics in moguls going on to claim the Silver Medal during the 1999 X-Games in the Big Air competition. As a ski industry pioneer with numerous world titles, Moseley was inducted into the U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame in 2007. Currently Moseley serves as the narrator of the Warren Miller series of winter ski films, hosts a weekly radio show on SiriusXM and is Chief Mountain Host for Squaw Valley.

“I am honored to be a part of this very special evening to celebrate the accomplishments of these amazing athletes, sports pioneers and, more importantly, friends,” Moseley said.  “It’s truly an honor to be a part of this event and to support the efforts of the Reno-Tahoe Winter Games Coalition.”

Reserve tickets by calling 775-622-1889 or visiting online www.renotahoewintergames.org. For more information about the RTWGC International Sports Hall of Fame Dinner Gala.

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Reno-Tahoe has a proud history of producing world-class athletes including dozens of Olympians and Paralympians. Many of those athletes call Reno-Tahoe home and carry on our sporting legacy by helping develop the next generation of talent. The RTWGC is committed to honoring these premier athletes, coaches and sports pioneers for their accomplishments and contributions to the region. The RTWGC’s International Sports Hall of Fame has been created to forever enshrine the best of our elite athletes and to celebrate their careers.

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