This message is being sent to all athletes and their parents who are registered for U16 or FIS Academy or Part-Time Programs.
Dear U16 and FIS Athletes and Parents:
On-snow training is scheduled to begin this Friday. Please be aware that during the Early Season Training Period (October 25 – December 8) schedules can change suddenly due to demand and available terrain and timeslots for training. While we try to not change the schedule once the calendar has been published it is sometimes unavoidable. Please check the calendar in advance of each day of training.
In This Update:
- On-snow training begins Friday, October 25
- Training Calendars
- Daily Communication
- RMD Skills Quest Conditioning Assessment
- Eat and Sleep
On-snow training begins Friday, October 25
The details for training beginning Friday will be finalized this Thursday evening due to adjustments in Copper Mountain Operations and the scheduling of visiting teams by the race department.
Please check the calendar Thursday, evening for the final schedule and other details.
A message regarding Copper Mountain Passes and early season access for Ikon pass holders went out to all members today. Please be sure to have your passes picked up prior to training.
The training calendars will be updated periodically as we are informed of the training space that is assigned for our teams. Please check back regularly for any late changes.
We request that athletes communicate their training plans or absences on a daily basis.
Part-Time Athletes: Please notify your coaches whenever you plan to attend training so we know to expect you.
Full-Time Athletes: Please notify your coaches whenever you are unable to attend training.
FIS Athletes: Doug and Aldo
U16 Athletes Jared and Aldo
RMD Skills Quest Conditioning Assessment
Registration for the Skills Quest is closed and finalized. Charges will be added to athlete accounts in Campminder.
Van departs on Sunday from Peak School at 7:30 am on Sunday
- Eat and Sleep
As we start into our season-long intensive training and racing, it is important to remember the basics of good nutrition, rest and hydration. Here is a short article you should read with important reminders for athletes.
We’re excited to get started on snow with you!!