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Mount Allan Ski Team

The U10+ program is only for those athletes who are born in 2010 and is designed as a preparatory program for U12 where our coaches help the athletes transition from the skier essential phase into the learn to train phase. Our U10+ athletes continue to refine their skier essential skills while being introduced to basic, event specific skills. Athletes race slalom (SL), giant slalom (GS) and kinder kombi (KK).

Who: Athletes born in 2010.

 

When: Friday pre-season gymnastics training. Saturday pre-season dryland training. Saturday and Sunday, full day, on-snow program. Wednesday evening training at Winsport. One weekend per month is spent training at Sunshine.

Time: Warm-up begins at 8:30 am. Group departs for chairlift at 9:00 am and finishes their day by 3:00 pm with a group cool-down. Lunches are timed to reflect an appropriate break in training and may be held at mid-mountain lodge. The program requires some parents to assist with lunch supervision of all athletes.

Start: On-snow program starts Saturday, November 16, 2019.

Days Off: There is no skiing on February 15 and 16, 2020 for Family Day long weekend. 

Finish: The program finishes on Sunday, April 5, 2020. Athletes then graduate into U12 and participate in two additional integration camps in late April at Nakiska (weather dependent).

Team Fees: Contact us.

Additional Fees: $25 per parent for Alberta Alpine Family Membership Fee and $106 per family for NASA Family Membership Fee.

Fees Not Included in Program: Equipment, Lift Ticket, Race Entry Fees.

Volunteer Commitment: There is a $300 Volunteer opt-out/bond deposit per NASA family (excluding minimeister athletes). Please see our volunteer policy for more details.

Race Starts: U10+ athletes will participate in the Nancy Greene Ski League South Zone races along with our U10 program. Our participation in these events is dependent on the race schedule as published by Alberta Alpine.