NYT Article: “Feisty Version of Ski Racing Elbows Into Mainstream”

When I met four-time Olympian Casey Puckett at a wedding he was embarking on a journey out of retirement to the 2010 Olympic podium.  It immediately cared about and wanted to follow.  I snuck out of the reception and called producer Seth Caplan saying, “I’ve got a documentary for us.”  

Two and a half years later, Seth, Curtis Pierce (editor) and I are finishing up the sales reel for Appointment in Vancouver, which in a flash shows Casey’s story of battling age, injury, family drama, and the odds as he pursues his unwavering dream of gold in the Olympics newest and most exciting sport — Skier Cross.  When he makes it to the games, he will be the first athlete to compete in five winter Olympics.  

Turns out The New York Times also thinks Casey’s one to watch.  Check out “Feisty Version of Ski Racing…”

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