Mogul Action Returns To Mt Buller With The 2022 Adams Jnats A Great Success

August 8th, 2022
Lachlan Turner, huge D spin off the bottom jump, finished 3rd in junior mens  Photo: Mark Ashkanasy

Mountainwatch | Events

Mogul skiing competition has returned to Mt Buller for the first time since 2019, with the 2022 Adams jNats run under lights on Saturday August 6, with great crowds on the Chamois run.

Competitors took on the full 195m length course, with qualification rounds earlier in the day with the top-10 in each division advancing to the night finals.

The Junior division (born Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2008) was won by recently selected Australian Development Team/NSW Institute of Sport athletes Edward Hill and Indi Speirs who returned to their home mountain for the event and put down spectacular finals runs to claim victory.

Edward Hill flying down through the Chamois moguls on the way to victory. Photo:Mark Ashkanasy

In the Youth division (born Jan 1, 2009, or later), TBR skiers Kayleigh Yap and Jasper Wong took home gold medals.

With many athletes not having competed for close to three years, the event served as a great warm up for events to come later in the season such as the Victorian Interschools and ABOM Mogul Challenge.

Special thanks to even naming rights sponsor Adams Estate Agents, and prizes from Out of Optics and Le Bent and the event could not have run without the efforts and support of Mt Buller, TBR Coaches Judges and Volunteers.

2022 jNats event winners, Kayleigh Yap, Indi Speirs, Edward Hill and Jasper Wong with TBR Coach Tim Gale and Zach Adams from Adams Estate Agents. Photo: Mark Ashkanasy


Junior Men

  1. Edward Hill (NSWIS/TBR)
  2. Thomas Luscombe (TBR)
  3. Lachlan Turner (TBR)

Junior Women

  1. Indi Speirs (NSWIS/TBR)
  2. Georgia Matthews (TBR)
  3. Lucy Butler (TBR)

Youth Men

  1. Jasper Wong (TBR)
  2. Joe Foley (TBR)
  3. Harrison O’Connor (Mount Hotham Freeski)

Youth Women

  1. Kayleigh Yap (TBR)
  2. Indra Brown (TBR)
  3. Isabella Lim (TBR)

Full results can be found on and event images on The Photoshop Mt Buller.