Alpine Programs

Projects

Central Division Projects

Purpose Statement:
To produce the best alpine ski racers in the world at the developmental, sub-national team level by offering complementary cooperative training with Tri-Regional, Rocky/Central Regional, Central Divisional and club training programs/plans.

Goals:
1. To assist management, athletic training, and competition performance programs of the top Central Division Athletes.
2. To establish and conduct an athlete talent detection and development system that tracks and measures the performance and performance characteristics of top regional racers at various chronological points in their ski racing development.
3. To contribute as productively, professionally, and fully possible in the achievement of the USSA Mission of being the best nation in ski competition in the world.

Please see below for details on projects
Also refer to the calendar page

Release forms needed for projects (3 pages)


Central Division Projects

Turkey Trot

  • Mountain GS Time Trial at Copper Mountain on Thanksgiving day
  • Download the factsheet for the links to work. 
  • Turkey Trot fact sheet
  • Lane begins at 9:30 AM (subject to change)
  • Download the 3 pages of release forms in the section above and the copper release below
  • Bring Release forms with you to Copper!
  • Copper Mountain Release form (everyone)

 

Regional Physical Assessments (PA) (Fitness Testing)

  • This years fall fitness testing has concluded
  • Thank you to all th
  • Registration links in the Calendar item

NEW! Physical Assessment (Fitness Protocols)

 

 

 

Rocky/Central Regional Projects

Rocky/Central (RC) Regional Training 

Ian Dunlop is the Rocky/Central Regional Coach

Rocky/Central Regional Training Group (RTG)

 

RC Projects:

Rocky/Central (RC) Regional Projects will be posted here

Rocky/Central Regional Training Group (RTG) Prep Period Projects (subject to change)
 
UPDATED PLAN 10-1-14

 

 

 

 

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2015 World Championships

After a very successful Olympic year, teams are turning their attention to the 2015 World Championship season, including the FIS Alpine World Champs in Colorado.