Diabetic NH Olympian has health coverage again after Sununu hears of plight, offers job
Now, as he trains for the Sochi Olympics in 2014, one of his biggest backers is no farther away than the boss' office.
"There was no question for us about helping out a local hero like Kris," said Sununu in an interview with First Tracks, an online ski magazine. "We are proud to have him on board to bring so much experience and knowledge to an already top-notch staff. It's no accident that Waterville Valley Resort is now home to both America's greatest cross-country skier in addition to America's greatest freestyle skier, Hannah Kearney. We're looking forward to seeing them both bring medals from Sochi back to New Hampshire this winter."
In a statement issued by Waterville Valley Ski Resort, Freeman said, "I began skiing at Waterville Valley when I was four years old. When I grew up, I moved as close to the mountain as I could because it is still my favorite place in the world to ski. I am grateful to Waterville Valley for running such an awesome facility and for all of their support."
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