2019 SkillsUSA National Competition Results

2019 SkillsUSA National Competition Results

The 55th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference took place June 25-29, 2019 in Louisville, KY. Every year I-CAR sends volunteers to judge the collision repair technology competition. Let’s take a look at this year’s results.

The winners of the automotive refinishing technology competition are:

  • First – Caden Hoover- High School
  • Second – Cameron Gillis – High School
  • Third - Niderah Goldsborough – High School
  • First – Kaiden Brier – College
  • Second – Arthur Butcher – College
  • Third – Alex Morales – College

The winners of the collision damage appraisal competition are:

  • First – Trientae Enyart – High School
  • Second – Brent Harris – High School
  • Third – Noah Smith – High School
  • First – Cayden Bailey – College
  • Second – Ryan Maye – College
  • Third – Michael Kunkle – College

The winners of the collision repair technology competition:

  • First – Noah Borer – High School
  • Second – Brian Vanderheiden – High School
  • Third – Ethan Webb – High School
  • First – Abagayle Boden – College
  • Second – Nicolas White – College
  • Third – Perry Jones – College

All of this is only possible due to the support of the industries that support the various competitions. Any support you can provide this great competition and future industry technicians, is always helpful and appreciated. Check out the ways you can get involved, including: