This past ski season was just awesome. I got an opportunity to travel with the United States Ski Team and represent my country (not only just myself) in international ski competitions. Growing up as a ski racer, you spend your whole life dreaming of that. At the beginning of this year, I finally had the opportunity to compete in my first World Cup. That was one of the more memorable days of skiing in my life. I woke up that day knowing that I was going to have an opportunity to compete against the best skiers in the world. That day I started 89th in my first World Cup, and when it all was over, and the snow had settled, I had made it to 12th. And just as soon as it began, it was all over.
This Spring I went to Jamaica to pursue a long term dream of mine to represent the land of my father in international ski competitions, and thanks to the help of countless kind, caring, and compassionate people in Jamaica, that dream is now coming true. There are still some bumps in the road to be smoothed out, and some unfinished business to be done, but the fact of the matter is: Errol Kerr will be representing Jamaica, the land of his father in the upcoming World Cup season.