ski club vail future stars OR

ski club vail future stars OR

ski club vail future stars

For the second Saturday of February, thousands of excited children wearing their Bluebird ski club vail jackets-complete with real sunglasses, gloves, and goggles-descended on the Bobsled Run in Vail and went on the fourth annual ski club vail. The kids will ski, race, and watch their friends ski down a mogul field, boosting, scrambling, and sledding down the mountainside.


The Future Stars program progressively develops the skiing skills of children year of birth 2012-2015 in a safe, fun and challenging environment on Vail Mountain. New this past season, SSCV not only offers its season-long 1 day a week Future Stars Saturday program, but also a season-long 2 day a week Future Stars Saturday and Sunday program. On-snow technical training is the basis of this program. The goal at this age is to open the possibilities by exposing athletes to three of the different disciplines (alpine, freeski and mogul) offered by SSCV.

Ski & Snowboard Club Vail is seeking a Future Stars seasonal coach for our 2021-2022 weekend programs on Saturdays and Sundays. We are looking for an enthusiastic coach to join our current dedicated staff. An individual with a love of the sport, strong skiing skills, positive attitude, strong work ethic, desire to learn, and who enjoys teaching young athletes is a must! Compensation is based on experience, and an alpine ski coaching, ski instructing, or ski racing background preferred, but not required for the right individual. Along with a competitive wage, coaches receive a ski pass, and other SSCV employee benefits. Applicants must be able to pass and secure a U.S. Ski & Snowboard background check, CPR/First Aid certification, Safesport, etc. Coach training and education clinics offered throughout the ski season. For any questions and information, please contact Pam Peterson at ppeterson@skiclubvail.org. (Source: classifieds.cmnm.org)


Ski & Snowboard Club Vail freestyle program athletes are enjoying growth and personal bests on and off snow. Whether athletes as young as 7 years old in the entry level bumps and jumps program, full-time athletes in fifth through 12th grade competing in the Rocky Mountain Freestyle Series or North American Tour and World Cup level athletes, including members of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association Young Guns Team and U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team, they are all learning life lessons through freestyle skiing

Tegan Large, another full-time freestyle athlete, is a seventh grader at Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy. Tegan strives for perfection in all aspects of her busy life. She trains five days a week on the ski hill to compete in the Rocky Mountain Freestyle competition series events, recently placing third in the U13 category. Her other athletic pursuit is gymnastics, where she trains three-hour blocks four days a week, often after a morning spent skiing and an afternoon in school. She recently advanced to diamond level and continues to add new skills to her routines in bar, beam, floor and vault. At school, she’s in relentless pursuit of a 4.0 grade point average. (Source: www.vaildaily.com)



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