Elite level snowboardcross and skicross event tour.
Youth sports don’t involve the same dangerous blend of power, size and speed as professional sports. However, they still carry risks of physical injury.
Youth sports might not seem as dangerous as professional sports, but there are still physical risks involved.
Protecting the head with proper equipment to reduce the risk of serious head injury and prevent concussions is vital, but not always enough.
Youth athletes, like everyone else, need to be praised. Parents who support their youth athletes by regularly showing love and encouragement are helping them become better team players.
It is not too late to participate in the Fall period of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive™ Pledge!
The fast-paced excitement of skicross and snowboardcross will come to Squaw Valley March 4-8, 2015, with the resort hosting an Audi FIS Skicross World Cup and FIS Snowboard World Cup.
Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive sat down with budding young U.S. Snowboarding standout Julia Marino to get her thoughts on what it means to be a Positive Sport Parent.
With two Olympic appearances and six X Games under her belt, Faye Gulini knows what it takes to perform on the snowboardcross course.
As a parent, you have the power to help shape your youth athlete’s attitude about sports.
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Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive shares the top 6 lessons learned from playing youth sports.
Taylor Gold Q/A USSA Athlete Spotlight
Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive sat down with U.S. Snowboarding standout Ryan Wachendorfer to get his thoughts on the importance of playing sports along with the life lessons he learned.
Liberty Mutual Insurance and Positive Coaching Alliance outline four of the central benefits of youth sports participation.
Hole Shot Tour
The Hole Shot Cross Tour is a competition designed to bridge the gap between grassroots and world cup level for Snowboardcross and Skicross. The event also brings together athletes across the country to identify the top juniors in the country. Athletes 15 (SBX)/ 16 (SX) and older compete together in an open-class style event. The top juniors will be named to U.S. Snowboarding’s and U.S. Freeskiing Project Gold, a group of the top development athletes in the country who will train together in the summer and are invited to other select projects. Athletes also qualify for Junior World Championships and World Cup events from the Hole Shot Tour. Athletes must have a current National USSA license and FIS license prior to registering.
Online registration will open Nov. 5 10:00am MST
Ski Cooper, Colorado
Jan. 5-7 Training
Jan. 8 Hole Shot Race #1
Jan. 9 Hole Shot Race #2
Jan. 11 Rev Tour Race #1
Squaw Valley, California
March 10 Hole Shot Training
March 11 Hole Shot Race
March 12 Rev Tour Training
March 13 Rev Tour Race