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 (3) will need to be on file to participate in any of the projects listed below

 


Central Division Projects

 

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Rocky/Central Regional Projects

Welcome Ian Dunlop as the new Rocky/Central Regional Coach

Rocky/Central Regional Projects will be posted here

Rocky/Central Regional Prep Period Projects
Rocky/Central Regional Training Group (RTG)

R/CProjects:

Memorial weekend - Rocky/Central Skills Camp in Colorado - Fact

  • All U14 and U16 Central Athletes that qualified for the RC JR Championships are eligible to attend

 

Future Projects:

June 12-19 (dates not confirmed) USST-Mt Hood, OR, Slalom Camp (7 Days)

  • Eligible:  U14 and older Male athletes.  2 males in each agre group will be selected from Rocky/Central. 
  • Selections made by:
    • National Staff, RMD Manager, Central Manager and RC Regional Development Coach
  • Content and Goals:  Slalom skills and training

August 3-11 - Rocky/Central Tech Camp - Mt Hood, OR, SL/GS  (7 Days)

  • Eligible:  U16 and older athletes named to the RTG
  • Content and Goals:  Tactics and learning to use the fall line in technical events 
  • NCAA athletes on hand to mentor, demonstrate and pace RC RTG athletes

September 11-25 - RC DH/SG/GS Camp - Valle Nevado, Chile (14 Days)

  • Eligible:  U18 and older athletes named to the RTG,
  • Also select athletes based on RC Regional Coach discretion.
  • Content and Goals:  H/SG/GS training on full length courses. 
  • Final off-season prep training. 
  • Refinement of speed skills:  gliding, terrain and jump elements

 

 

 

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