Rules of the Sport
-Helmets must be worn whenever strapped in
-Follow the Colorado Skier Safety Act (know the code)
The rules are very open-ended in snowboarding and that’s what draws a lot of people to the sport. On Team Summit we do have a structure to our training and programming to foster the creativity of the sport. Creativity is what has lead snowboarders and snowboarding to be successful in all disciplines of snowboarding.
How Parents Can Help With Training
-Praise your child for their effort more than their results
-Encourage Positive Self Talk
-Snowboarding is FUN!!!
-Show up on time.
-listen and apply feedback on-hill and in video sessions
-Be a role model for Team Summit athletes and the general public
-Respect everyone on the mountain
-Represent Snowboard Athletes
-USASA ages 6-19 in our programs
-Futures tour 13+
-USSA Rev Tour and Hole Shot (NORAM) ages 13+
-USSA Grand Prix, Dew Tour, XGames, Olympics ages 15+
-IFSA Big Mountain ages 13-19 in our programs
Copper- Eagles Landing behind the American Eagle Chair in Center Village
Keystone- Mountain House base of Peru Chair
Breckenridge- Ski Hill Grill on Peak 8 at the Top of the Gondola. Intro meets at the Copper Top Lounge at the base of the Beaver Run Chair at Peak 9.
*Matty V. is our Snowboard Director of 6 years with Team Summit.