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Pro-Am Race (PAR)

All SSWSC programs are subject to change due to Covid-19. Program start and end dates, times, schedules, and structure may be adjusted. If necessary, programs may be interrupted or cancelled. We will communicate any changes to all families who have registered.

 

Pro-Am Race [PAR] (ages high school and older)

This is an intensive snowboard race program. Pro-Am race athletes desire to compete at the biggest events and reach the peak of snowboard racing both nationally and internationally. Specific attention is given to each athlete in designing and implementing a realistic competitive schedule to maximize performance and improve points. All aspects of snowboard racing are addressed, including physical conditioning, technical and tactical development, equipment preparation/set up and mental training. Program fees include coaching at pre-season camps at Copper Mountain.

Pro-Am Boardercross (PABX) Add-on: Specific attention is given to each athlete in designing and implementing a realistic competitive schedule to maximize performance and improve points.  Coaches will focus on isolating and enhancing the various skill sets needed to excel in SBX. All aspects of boardercross racing are addressed including elements of freestyle, gate training, physical conditioning, video review, mental preparation, technical ability, tactical development and equipment preparation. Training will include SBX specific on-snow sessions and competition travel, with some Thursday and Friday SBX training sessions. Riders must have SBX-specific equipment. Riders will compete in USASA and NorAm SBX events. U.S. Ski & Snowboard membership and FIS license required for Holeshot Tour and higher events.

Minimum riding requirement: Prior competition experience and coach’s recommendation. Strong internal motivation, willing to think outside the box and participate in team building within the group.

Equipment requirements: Alpine snowboard equipment and a helmet

Season pass information: Purchase season passes at Steamboat Ski Resort (IKON Pass recommended) and Howelsen Hill

Competition information: Compete in USASA and NorAm/RTTC events

Licensing requirements: A USASA license is required for USASA races. U.S. Ski & Snowboard and FIS licenses required for RTTC and higher level events.

DATES:

September 8 – April 3

DRYLAND:

T,W,Th

4pm-6pm @HH

ON-SNOW:

M, T, W 1:00-4:00pm @ SB or HH

T 5pm-6pm @HH gym

Sa, Su 10:00am-1:00pm @ SB or HH

PROGRAM FEE: (+$450 WORK DEPOSIT)

$7,100
Non-resident price: $8,875

With PABX add-on:

$7,600
Non-resident price: $9,500

 

 

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