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Nordic Jumping

U16/U18/U20 Nordic Combined & Jumping, ages 14+

U16/U18/U20 Nordic Combined & Jumping

This program provides comprehensive training opportunities for highly motivated skiers who wish to pursue their fullest potential in Jumping or Nordic Combined, consistent with the USA Nordic national jumping and nordic combined pipeline. A strong emphasis is placed on physical conditioning and improving technique as part of a progressive, annual training plan.  Athletes train and compete on the HS75, HS100, and HS127 meter jumps.  Summer training is designed to complement the on-snow program and to expand upon previous skills and further develop the athletes’ physical potential for success in the competitive season. The summer schedule is also designed for athletes who have other interests or work during the summer months. Participants compete in regional, national, and in some cases, international competitions.

Requirements
  • Minimum Eligibility Requirements: Successful completion of the SSWSC U14 Jumping or Nordic Combined program or the equivalent.
  • Required Equipment: Ski jumping gear, cross country skating equipment, roller skiing equipment (skate only), road bike & equipment, running/hiking shoes, heart rate monitor and watch, roller blades, and reflective vest or neon shirt.
  • Passes: Purchase of a Howelsen Hill season pass is required (alpine pass for special jumpers and alpine and nordic pass for nordic combined). A Nordic Valley Pass is encouraged for nordic combined athletes.
  • Competition Information: Participants compete in U.S. Ski & Snowboard regional, national and in some cases, international competitions.
  • Licensing Requirements: A U.S. Ski & Snowboard membership is required to compete in U.S. Ski & Snowboard sanctioned events and a FIS license may be required for national and international events.
Training Schedule

DATES AND TIMES:

Spring and Summer Training: May 13* - August 16 (14 weeks)

Morning Sessions:

Monday & Thursday: Aerobic (Nordic Combined only) 7:30-11:00 a.m.

Monday & Thursday: Agility/Plyometrics (Ski Jumpers only) 8:30-11:00 a.m.

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: Jumping 7:30-10:30 a.m.

Tuesday & Wednesday: Balance/Plyometrics (after jumping) 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Afternoon Sessions:

Tuesday & Thursday: Strength 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Monday & Friday: Endurance/Technique (U16/18/U20 athletes only) 4:00-5:30 PM

*Training prior to June 3 will take place from 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday if school is in session.

Nordic Combined Fall Training: Detailed schedule will be updated July 1, 2024.

Starting late August, five days/week.

Nordic Combined Winter Training: Detailed schedule will be updated July 1, 2024.

November through late March, five days/week.

Jumping Fall Training: Detailed schedule will be updated July 1.

Starting late August, five days/week.

Jumping Winter Training: Detailed schedule will be updated July 1, 2024,

November through late March, five days/week.

2024-2025 Nordic Combined Program Fee

Residents and non-residents are required to pay an additional $600 refundable work deposit.

Scholarships are based on a two-step EZ Competitive Program Scholarship.

  • Resident Requirements: To be eligible for the resident program fee, athletes must be full-time residents of Routt or Moffat County or full-time participants of SSWSC for two years or more. See the Member Handbook for full details on resident fees. Find the Residency Status Policy HERE.
  • Required Work Deposit: Residents and non-residents are required to pay an additional $600 refundable work deposit. For more information on the SSWSC work deposit program CLICK HERE.
  • Scholarships: Check out all SSWSC’s scholarship opportunities, including the two-step EZ Competitive Program Scholarship and Winter Program Fee Scholarship HERE!. Non-residents are not eligible for EZ Scholarships but may apply for the Winter Program Fee Scholarship.
2024-2025 Ski Jumping Program Fee


Scholarships are based on a two-step EZ Competitive Program Scholarship.

  • Resident Requirements: To be eligible for the resident program fee, athletes must be full-time residents of Routt or Moffat County or full-time participants of SSWSC for two years or more. See the Member Handbook for full details on resident fees. Find the Residency Status Policy HERE.
  • Required Work Deposit: Residents and non-residents are required to pay an additional $600 refundable work deposit. For more information on the SSWSC work deposit program CLICK HERE.
  • Scholarships: Check out all SSWSC’s scholarship opportunities, including the two-step EZ Competitive Program Scholarship and Winter Program Fee Scholarship HERE!. Non-residents are not eligible for EZ Scholarships but may apply for the Winter Program Fee Scholarship.

Questions?
Email Todd Wilson, Ski Jumping/Nordic Combined Program Director

Todd Wilson
OR

Email Karl Denney, Head Coach - U16/U18/U20 Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined

Karl Denney