Hall of Fame

Bogus Basin Ski Education Foundation

 Hall Of Fame

Inaugural Class of 2018

Richard “Dick” Vandenburg
Inspired the founding of the Bogus Basin Ski Racing Alliance by sharing his passion for skiing and ski racing with the youth of the Treasure Valley.

Gary Krause
Whose leadership stabilized BBSRA and fortified the club’s future through renewed dedication to coaching, events, fundraising and hands-on hard work.

Sydney Spencer
Whose enduring commitment and steadfast focus on the success of our organization at every level ensured the Bogus Basin Ski Education Foundation’s ability to thrive.

Tom Mannschreck
Whose leadership focused our efforts on long-range business planning and enabled BBSEF to build an independent and more secure future.


2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

The Bolinder/Richards Family
Honoring generations of support to the Bogus Basin Ski Education Foundation as parents, athletes, course crew, coaches, volunteers and board president.
With Special Recognition To: 

Tina Bolinder Richards
BBSRA Athlete * BBSRA/BBSEF Parent * Volunteer *Welcome Winter Fundraising Coordinator
For embracing lifelong love of sport and sharing a passion for skiing and ski racing with the youth of the Treasure Valley through dedicated fundraising support.
Tim Richards
BBSRA/BBSEF Parent Board Member & President of the Board of Directors
For leadership that established the Trudi Bolinder Memorial Super G, bringing the joy of ski racing to thousands of Intermountain Division Racers.
Clint Bolinder
BBSRA Athlete * BBSRA/BBSEF Parent * Volunteer
For introducing hundreds of Mitey Mite and home team athletes to the joy of competition as the Coaches Cup Coordinator
Blake Richards
BBSRA Athlete * Volunteer*BBSEF Chief of Course
For commitment to the safety and development of ski racers as Chief of Course for Intermountain Division and USSA events.

2020  Like the rest of the world, BBSEF took a break from social gatherings.

2021 Hall of Fame Inductees

With the 2022 Winter Games fast approaching, BBSEF welcomed BBSRA & BBSEF Alumni-Turned-Olympians into the Hall of Fame.

Jeret "Speedy" Peterson - Freestyle
A three time Olympian, Speedy won silver medal at the Vancouver Winter Games in 2010 with his trademark "Hurricane" - a quintuple twisting triple flip. Speedy enjoyed inspiring BBSRA/BBSEF athletes to work hard and pursue their dreams.  He was known for not leaving assemblies until every young skier/rider/student who wanted to, could hold his medal and speak with him.
Dane Spencer
Dane made the U.S. Ski Team at age 16, and debuted in World Cup competition at age 18 in a giant slalom in Park City. He was a member of the 2002 U.S. Olympic team and finished 16th in the giant slalom, held in Park City. His best finish in international competition was 7th in the GS at the 2005 World Championships in Bormio, Italy. Upon his retirement from racing, Dane served as a U.S. Ski Team Coach. He continues to share his passion with the next generation of ski racers as a coach in Park City.
Erik "Fish" Fisher
Fish was named to the National Developmental Team in 2004 and was the bronze medalist in the downhill at the 2005 Junior World Championships in Bardonecchia, Italy. That same year he made his World Cup debut in a downhill at Lake Louise, Alberta. Fish went on to finish with a seventh at Val Gardena, Italy, and an 11th at the famed Hahnenkamm downhill race in Kitzbühel, Austria.
Fish qualified for the U.S. team for the 2010 Winter Olympics. He later returned to BBSEF and helped U16/U19/FIS athletes find more speed on their skis. Fish now serves as Director of the McCall Winter Sports Club.