Dozens of young girls will learn from and work out with athletes from the U.S. Ski Team, U.S. Snowboarding and U.S. Freeskiing at this year's Fast and Female Champ Chat in Park City, UT.
PARK CITY, UT (Sept. 17, 2015) – Young girls ages 8 to 18 will spend an afternoon training alongside Olympians and U.S. Ski Team stars when the Fast and Female Champ Camp returns to the USSA Center of Excellence in Park City, UT on October 4th. U.S. Ski Team members Liz Stephen, Katie Ryan and more will host an afternoon full of athletic activities and inspirational stories. Registration for this year’s camp is limited to 150 participants.
Young girls ages 8 to 18 are invited to spend an afternoon training alongside Olympians and U.S. Ski Team stars at the Fast and Female Champ Camp.
The camp will take place on Oct. 4 from 1-4 p.m. at the USSA Center of Excellence in Park City, UT.
The Fast and Female Champ Camp will be led by U.S. Ski Team members Liz Stephen, Katie Ryan, Shannon Bahrke, Emily Cook and many others.
Elite athletes from sports including cross country skiing, alpine skiing, freestyle skiing, freeskiing, and snowboarding, among other sports will make up the group of ambassadors at the event.
Registration for girls is $30 and includes an event t-shirt.
QUOTES Liz Stephen, Olympic Cross Country Skier “I am really excited for Park City and USSA to this event again. Fast and Female is a wonderful organization dedicated to keeping young women in sport, not only because of the health benefits or the love of competition that some girls have, but for the feeling of being a team, having confidence, sharing hard work and fun times with friends. These are the real lessons to be taken from sport and we want to share these feelings with as many girls as we can.”
About Fast and Female Fast and Female is a non-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment through sport of young women ages 8 to 18. By partnering with female Olympians, they offer inspiring programming all over the world. Through their non-competitive and fun initiatives, they strive to retain girls in the competitive sports of cross-country