The Snowboard program is designed to help young riders develop strong fundamental skills, learn to be part of a team and gain a joy and passion for snowboarding from the sport rider to the competitive rider. Coaches focus on progressive skill acquisition/development, knowledge of the snowboarder’s responsibility code and safe riding, respect for the mountain and having fun. Each participant will gain a solid foundation that will enable him or her to continue with one of our competitive snowboard programs and will also have confidence and a life-long love of riding. Training includes: Big Mountain, Boarder Cross, and Park & Pipe. Riders should expect to train at both Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. Our competitive team along with our coaches will travel to local and national events to represent our team. Team fees DO NOT include a season pass. Purchase of the Ikon Pass is required.
|Snowboard Program||Full Time||Weekend & Holiday|
|Dates||Dec 7 2019 - Apr 5 2020||Dec 7 2020 - Mar 26 2020|
|Schedule||See Teams Communication||8:45am-2:30pm|
|Offered Training||5 days per week||Weekends + Holidays|
|Snowboard Team Expectations|
|Pass||Must purchase Ikon pass|
|Age||Must be 11,12, or 13 years old as of Dec 31 of current season|
|Skill Prerequisite||Confident on all terrain|
Must be able to ride and load/ride chair unaccompanied
Must be independent; able to conduct oneself appropriately when unaccompanied
Must be able to participate in full day of training without parent interaction
Board: At least 1 board in good, well-tuned condition
Boots: must be properly fit (size/flex) and in excellent working order
Protection: Helmet & Back Protector (Recommended)
Requires being registered for Full Time Team whether pre-competition or supplemental
|Participation||Athletes are expected to participate in 50% or more of offered training|
|Annual Training Plan|
70-90% coached/directed riding
10-30% coached drills
|Pick Up / Drop Off||Communicated by Development Manager through Team Platform|
Athletes 9 & older are NOT supervised for periods of time and may be required to take breaks, eat lunch, to ride and/or load chair unaccompanied.
|Licenses/Dues||Dependent on comeptition level; details to come from coaches|
|Lunch||Lunch is not provided. Parents are expected to provide athlete with a healthy snack & nutritious lunch.|
|Competitions||Dependent on competition level; athletes will have the opportunity to compete locally, nationally, & internationally.|
|Travel||Depedent on competition level.|
Required to attend parent orientation
Required to remain on-site during team
Must actively communicate needs of athlete including planned absences & injuries.
Must register for competitions in timely manner per team communication.
Must complete Team Agreement (Code of Conduct)
Must remain actively engaged with Team communication method(s) and check schedule/updates regularly.
|Communication||Parents will be registered or directed to register on Team communication platform after enrollment is complete.|
|Challenging Weather||Our goal is to ski every calendared Team day. Teams are delayed or canceled on occasion due to weather & operations. Team schedule adjustments will be communicated through Team communication platforms as information is readily available.|
|Program Placement||Participants may be required to switch to a more appropriate program, if available, at the discretion of Team Manager.|
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