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Snowboard

 

 

 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR:  MOLLY COONEY

Contact: snowboard@tssc.org 970-729-0198

SNOWBOARD (2nd grade and older)

Grommets (2nd & 3rd Grade)

This program is all about FUN and learning! The emphasis is to challenge the athletes to learn all aspects of the sport in a fun and safe environment, while building a solid set of skills to help them accelerate their riding to a new level. Groups are broken up by skill and ability. Competition is not required, but encouraged. • Snowboard equipment and Helmet are required. • Members of this program must have snowboarding experience and be able to link turns comfortably on blue terrain. • USSA Membership required. Not included in program fees.

  • December 12 – March 19 Saturdays.
  • 10:00 - 3:00. Plus Ski PE Schedule Plus 2 Days Christmas Break Bonus Camp - 3rd & 4th Mondays in December.

Youth Program (Grades 4,5 & 6)

The Youth program is for kids who are ready to challenge and improve their skills. Our emphasis is to help riders build a solid foundation of fundamentals by introducing them to the various disciplines of the sport. Groups are broken up by skill and ability. Competition is not required, but encouraged. • Snowboard equipment and Helmet are required. • Members of this program must have snowboarding experience and be able to link turns comfortably on blue terrain. • USSA Membership required. Not included in program fees.

  • December 12 – March 19
  • Saturdays. 10:00 - 3:00. Plus Ski PE Schedule Plus 6 days Christmas Break Camp Dec.

Devo Program & TEAM (Grades 7-12)

This program is for the recreational snowboarder who wants to improve upon their snowboard skills, as well as the athlete who is preparing for limited competition. Our emphasis is to help riders build a solid foundation of fundamentals by introducing them to the various competition disciplines of the sport. Groups are broken up by skill and ability. Competition is not required, but encouraged. TEAM Coaches’ recommendation is required for the serious competitive athlete who plans on attending local and away competitions. The focus will be on developing competitive snowboard skills with the goal of National Championship Qualification and competing in Regional USSA events. Training will focus on all disciplines and developing advanced snowboard skills through a mix of free riding, park riding, competition training, goal setting and video review. All participants will gain a thorough understanding of competition rules, judging criteria and code of conduct. Members should have prior competition experience • Snowboard equipment and Helmet are required. • Comfortable on blue and black rated terrain. • USSA Membership required. Not included in program fees.

  • December 10 – March 21
  • Saturdays. 10:00 - 3:00. Plus Ski PE Schedule Plus 6 days Christmas Break Camp Dec.