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Skiing

Commitment:

  • Dryland/Conditioning: 3 days/week until Christmas break, 2/3 days/week starting in January
  • On-hill Training: Thursday Nights (as soon as snow allows, usually beginning of December)
  • Winter Camp: December 15-17 @ Ski Bowl unless conditions don’t allow then Timberline.
  • Finals Camp: January 25-27 @ Ski Bowl (train Thurs/Fri and race on Saturday)
  • 7 Races: 1 non-counting and 6 league (4 @ Meadows, 3 @ Ski Bowl)
  • State Championships Race: March 6-9 @ Mt Bachelor

 

Transportation:

  • Dryland @ school (3:30 – 5:00) – no transportation
  • Thursday Night training at Ski Bowl – bus provided
  • Saturday Races – bus provided / ride with parents
  • Winter Camp – bus & parent volunteers driving
  • State Championships – parent volunteers driving

 

Parent Volunteers:

We NEED and SURVIVE because of parent volunteers. And I can’t say THANK YOU enough! There are many positions in the league open as well as some opportunities to help on our team. Even if you don’t ski there are still things that you can help with. We ask that each family commit to volunteering at least twice for our team. At the end of the day, I ask you to please support your child. I realize you can’t always make it to the mountain on Saturdays but please try to come to a couple races! It really does mean the world to them to have you up there supporting and cheering them on!

 

Costs:

  • Required Gear – see below
  • Season Pass: Ski Bowl racer pass: $200
  • Team Fees: $300
  • School Fee: $300
  • Team Jacket (optional): $225 (Patagonia Gore-Tex)
  • Additional Costs: 4 lift tickets for Meadows races (price is TBD), and State expenses (if applicable)

Please don’t let cost be the reason your child doesn’t participate! We completely understand that it is very expensive, but there are couple different avenues to help financially if needed. Do not hesitate to contact us if that’s the case!

 

REQUIRED GEAR:

  • CLEAR GOGGLES & TINTED GOGGLES (Very important for SAFETY!)
  • HELMET (MUST meet 2013 FIS standards and have a silver sticker on the back)
  • SKIS
  • POLES
  • BOOTS (please, please spend time getting properly fit)
  • Apparel – Jacket, pants (side zip if wearing a race suit), gloves, baselayer, ski socks
  • Rain Jacket & Rubber Dish Gloves (yep, we ski in the rain)

 

RECOMMENDED GEAR:

  • Race Suit
  • Slalom Protective Gear (Pole, Chin, and Shin Guards)
  • Discipline specific skis

 

Please email LAKERIDGESKITEAM@GMAIL.COM if you have any more questions.

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