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Alpine

Alpine U19/U21 & Post Grad

Alpine U19/U21 [Ages: 16-21]

*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 USSA 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.

  • Minimum requirement: Attendance, participation, and physical standards will be established through goal setting between athlete and coach
  • Participants need ski passes to Steamboat Ski Resort and Howelsen Hill
  • Equipment requirement: Must have and consistently prepare SL, GS, and SG skis, and have a helmet with a FIS approved sticker. DH skis are recommended.
  • Dryland and on-snow requirement: Must commit to participating in 90% of dryland and on-snow training sessions.
  • FIS license required for participation in FIS events. USSA license required for divisional competitions.

Alpine U19/U21 Schedule

Dryland training: Mondays-Fridays, 4:00-6:00pm at Howelsen Hill, starting August 29. Tuesday and Thursday strength and conditioning sessions from 2:30-3:30pm offered for athletes in fall sports. Dryland runs until regular on-snow schedule begins.

On-snow training: Tuesdays-Fridays 1:00-4:00pm at Steamboat or Howelsen, Saturdays and Sundays 8:30am-3:30pm at Steamboat or Howelsen. On-snow training begins mid-October and runs through April 9. Out of region competitions and weekend training camps may be offered through May.

2016/2017 Program Fees

Alpine U19/U21 Resident
Paid in full by Sept. 15, 2016: $7,250.00
Paid in full after Sept. 15, 2016: $8,700.00

U19 & U21 Non-Resident
Paid in full by Sept. 15, 2016: $8,700.00
Paid in full after Sept. 15, 2016: $10,440.00

Additional travel fees for early season training in Summit County and for competition trips.

Work Deposit: $600.00 OR Charitable Contribution: $750.00
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. An application along with a commitment contract will be requirements for the program. Athletes will compete at the regional, national, and international level (if qualified).

  • Minimum requirement: Completed application, signed commitment contract, deposit, and acceptance into program, contact Adam Chadbourne
  • FIS and USSA License required
  • Participants need ski passes to Steamboat Ski Resort and Howelsen Hill
  • Minimum numbers apply

Alpine Post Grad Schedule

Dryland training: Mondays-Fridays, 4:00-6:00pm at Howelsen Hill or as scheduled, starting August 29. Dryland runs until regular on-snow schedule begins, and strength and conditioning continues through the season as scheduled.

On-snow training: Tuesdays-Fridays 9:00-11:00am or 1:00-3:00pm at Steamboat or Howelsen, Saturdays and Sundays as scheduled at Steamboat or Howelsen. Double sessions as needed. On-snow training begins mid-October and runs through April 9. Out of region competitions and weekend training camps may be offered through May.

2016/2017 Program Fees

PG Resident
Paid in full by Sept. 15, 2016: $9,250.00
Paid in full after Sept. 15, 2016: $11,100.00

Additional travel fees for competition and early season training trips.

Work Deposit: $450.00 OR Charitable Contribution: $565.00
For more information on work deposits and charitable contributions click here.