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Alpine

Alpine U19/U21 & Post Grad

Alpine U19/U21 [Ages: 16 through high school]

*Based on the age of your child on December 31st
This program is designed to help competitors develop their skiing skills to their fullest potential. All aspects of competitive skiing will be covered, including physical conditioning, technical and tactical development, equipment preparation education, mental skills training, video analysis, performance planning and more.  Participants will compete in U.S. Ski & Snowboard and FIS level competitions in the Rocky Mountain Division and may include out of division racing as qualified. Individual goal setting will be used to direct a yearlong training plan to help these racers reach their goals. This program is for skiers born in 2001 or earlier.
Minimum skiing requirement: Attendance, participation, and physical standards will be established through goal setting between athlete and coach.
Equipment requirements: Skiers should have and consistently maintain Super G, GS and slalom skis, properly fitted ski boots, helmet, goggles with UV lenses, speed suit, slalom pole guards, and shin guards. Helmets must have FIS approved sticker. Downhill skis recommended. An equipment ordering session will be scheduled in September.
Season pass information: Must have ski passes to Howelsen Hill and to Steamboat Ski Resort
Competition information: Participation in regional FIS racing, national championship events and qualifiers, FIS-U and NorAm events (as qualified) and spring races. Athletes may travel with the team for these events.
Licensing requirements: U.S. Ski & Snowboard and FIS license required. FIS registration deadline is August 15, late fee applies after this date.

Dates:
August 28-April 8
Out of region competitions and weekend training camps may be offered through May.

Dryland:
M-F
4:00–6:00pm @ HH

On-Snow:
T-F 1:00-4:00pm @ SB or HH
Sa   8:30am–3:00pm @ SB
SU   8:30am-3:00pm @ SB

Program Fee (+600 Work Deposit Fee):
$9,300
$7,750 if paid in full by 9/15
Non-residents: $11,630 ($9,690 if paid in full by 9/15)


For more information on work deposits and charitable contributions click here.

Alpine Post Grad [High School Graduates]

This program is designed for high school graduates who aspire to compete nationally; at the collegiate or US Ski Team level. It consists of expanded on snow training and a focus on athletic commitment and lifestyle, i.e. training, nutrition, sport education, etc. Athletes will compete at the regional, national, and international level (if qualified).

Minimum skiing requirement:
Completed application, signed commitment contract, deposit, and acceptance into program, contact Adam Chadbourne achadbourne@sswsc.org.
Season pass information: Must have ski passes to Howelsen Hill and to Steamboat Ski Resort
Competition information: Participation in regional FIS, National Championship, NorAm, FIS-U and other events based on individual competition plan and qualification. Athletes may travel with the team.
Licensing requirements: U.S. Ski & Snowboard and FIS license required. FIS registration deadline is August 15, late fee applies after this date.

Dates:

August 28-April 8
Out of region competitions may run past April 8

Dryland:
M – F
4:00-6:00pm @ HH or as scheduled


On-Snow:
T - F 9-11am or 1-3pm @ SB or HH as scheduled with races/training, plus dryland as scheduled
Sa & Su as scheduled @ SB or HH
Double sessions as needed

Program Fee (+450 Work Deposit Fee):
$11,700
$9,750 if paid in full by 9/15
Non-residents: $14,630 ($12,190 if paid in full by 9/15)

For more information on work deposits and charitable contributions click here.

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