Jan 19th 2010 Errol Kerr and the rest of the Jamaican National Ski team will be competing at Canada’s very own Blue Mountain for the FIS World Cup. Errol will be providing an Exclusive Interactive Interview that will be streamed LIVE to his fans world wide. Full coverage on his Olympic quest towards the medal podium will be provided by Canadian Technology Company Phoenix BlueMobility Inc and TOLFO Media.
The public will also be allowed to log onto www.PHOENIXBLUECASTING.CA at: 2pm (EST) to watch a FREE Live Stream of the event. Each viewer will be allowed to Chat in real-time while watching highlights of the event, embed the Player to other websites like Facebook and Myspace, watch in “Full-Screen” mode and if they should have missed a performance go back and watch the On-Demand folder!!!
This is a first ever for Jamaica and a truly revolutionary initiative designed to increase the awareness of technology and how it applies to Sports through social media applications.
Local Community Youth groups as well as kids from the Ministry of Sports, Communication and Culture in Jamaica have been invited for an Exclusive One-on-One interview with the Jamaican Ski team as well as a FULL Day Ski pass to Blue Mountain Resort.
We are very excited to be a part of this event,” says Martina Simmonds, Communications Director for Phoenix BlueMobility Inc./TOFLO Media “We are looking forward to bringing a uniquely interactive experience to the public and providing a positive example of career options in the Technology and Sports fields.”
We encourage everyone to log onto www.phoenixbluecasting.ca and watch this event. Prizes from our selected sponsors will be given out on-line ALL DAY. This is indeed an event you don’t want to miss!
About Errol Kerr
Errol has incredibly diverse talent on the slopes; he’s competitive at an almost unheard-of discipline range including Giant Slalom, Downhill, Slalom, Super-G, Combined, and Skiercross. Not only does Errol have the athleticism to race in such a wide variety of disciplines, his talent is such that he has a real shot of medaling in skiercross. He is one to watch on the road to Vancouver.
Born of a Jamaican father and American mother, Errol was groomed for competition on the Squaw Valley race program. Since his childhood, his love of the Caribbean island spawned dreams of representing Jamaica in international competition. As his alpine race skills grew, he realized the sport may be the avenue to fulfill his dreams. An invitation from the US Ski and Snowboard Association helped make his decision and chart his Jamaican journey.
In the winter of 2007-2008, he was the youngest of four athletes invited on the first U.S. Skiercross Team that includes ex-World Cup skiers like Casey Pucket, Jake Fiala and Spydersponsored Daron Rahlves. After considering the US call, he ultimately declined, opting instead to place his focus on Jamaica, and set out to make reality happen. Errol, his coach Raul Guisado, ski technician Eric Holmer, operations director Pat Andrews and mother Catherine Kerr constructed the team under the direction of the Jamaican Ski Federation. The US Skiercross invitation upped the ante of his competitiveness, and instead of solely focusing on alpine events, Errol decided to throw skiercross into his repetoire. Now, not only had he made the decision to carry the weight of a national team, he increased his competitive breadth beyond most athlete’s simple consideration. Errol’s ready to rock the nation.