Alpine

Projects

Central Division Projects

Purpose Statement:
To produce the best alpine ski racers in the world at the developmental, sub-national team level by offering complementary cooperative training with Tri-Regional, Rocky/Central Regional, Central Divisional and club training programs/plans.

Goals:
1. To assist management, athletic training, and competition performance programs of the top Central Division Athletes.
2. To establish and conduct an athlete talent detection and development system that tracks and measures the performance and performance characteristics of top regional racers at various chronological points in their ski racing development.
3. To contribute as productively, professionally, and fully possible in the achievement of the USSA Mission of being the best nation in ski competition in the world.

Please see below for details on projects
Also refer to the calendar page

 


Central Division Projects

USSA Project release forms (3 pages) are needed for all Central Division projects

Click above for release forms

April 1 - 2, 2017

Granite Peak Skills and Thrills project and fun races.

More info will be posted in the calendar and announcements tab in the Central Google Calendar. 

 


USSA Central Division Regional Fitness Assessments (SQAFA) 

Fitness Assessments are coming to your central regions

NEW!  SkillsQuest Alpine Fitness Assessment Folder - (SQAFA)

 
SkillsQuest (SQ) ski events will be posted on Central and/or Regional websites
 
 
 
 
 

Rocky/Central Regional Projects

Rocky/Central (RC) Regional Training

Ian Dunlop is the Rocky/Central Regional Coach (435) 714-8720

Rocky/Central Regional Training Group (RTG)

 

RC Memorial weekend Skills Camp Fact Sheet

 
 
Rocky/Central Regional Training Group (RTG)
Criteria linked on Selections page
 
 
 

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