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January 02. 2014 9:10AM

Street skier with NH ties, Tom Warnick, dies unexpectedly in Boulder, Colo.

Warnick was originally from Maryland and grew up skiing at Wisp alongside Tom Wallisch. He and Vila were also good friends, having skied together at Waterville Valley in New Hampshire since the age of 13. Upon graduation, the two moved to Colorado to study at CU Boulder and pursue life as professional skiers.

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