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Senior Snowboard Team (SST)

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Senior Snowboard Team [SST] (ages high school and older)

The Senior Snowboard Team is for the high school rider who is serious about his/her snowboarding, exhibits a high level of dedication to the sport and is looking to develop competitive snowboard skills. Training sessions will focus on advanced techniques in Slopestyle and Halfpipe with the goal of developing a strong base for competition. Riders will work with coaches to establish a competition schedule for the season to achieve an optimal balance between training and events. Cross training sessions are scheduled for two evenings a week and will include strength and conditioning. Participants will be on a full skier schedule with “0” hour at SSHS.

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 Sunday 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: Advanced riding ability, highly motivated to improve and desire to compete. Attendance and participation standards must be met to maintain competition eligibility. Coach approval required.

Equipment requirements: Discipline specific snowboard equipment and a helmet

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

Competition information: Compete in USASA Regional Series; stronger riders may have an opportunity to participate in the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Revolution Tour or other high level events.

Licensing requirements: A USASA license is required for USASA slopestyle and halfpipe competition. U.S. Ski & Snowboard membership required for Rev Tour.

DATES:

September 8 – April 3

DRYLAND:

T, W, Th

4:00-6:00pm @ HH

ON-SNOW:

T-F 1:00–3:30pm @ SB or HH

T   5:00-6:00pm @ HH gym

Sa 8:45am-2:00pm @ SB

PROGRAM FEE: (+$600 WORK DEPOSIT: )

$4,750
Non-resident price: $5,935

With PABX add-on:
$5,750
Non-resident price: $7,180


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