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Jack Frost U16 Slalom

Sunday, January 26, 2020 U16 SL Qualifier   It was a beautiful day and I’m fairly confident that there were many parents who were still drying out from the U14 race the day before. The kids were certainly dry, but there is a good possibility that some of the parentsRead More

U19s Wrap-Up Their First Weekend of Racing – PARA Cups 1&2

For the first competition of the season, fourteen JF U19 racers braved freezing rain and high winds at Seven Springs Mountain Resort over two days (January 18th and 19th) with temperatures swinging wildly from 43 to 16F. The team did quite well despite terrible snow conditions and everyone looking likeRead More

Midweek Training

The Jack Frost Race Team offers Thurs, Fri, or Thurs&Fri training at Big Boulder.  Sessions run 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. These sessions are for Competition Team members U12 through U19. The 2019/2020 costs for the sessions are as follows: Thursday – $150 Friday – $150 Thursday and Friday –Read More

Calendar/Event Coding

The Jack Frost Race Team has a pre-planned training schedule based on Coaching Drills, USSS SkillsQuests, and Race Tactics/Gate Drills. What you see on the calendar is the focus for the morning, afternoon, or day.  The Jack Frost Home page shows an upcoming view of what the racers will beRead More

I’m on the Competition Team – Now What?

You are now part of the Competition Team.  Now what? The Competition Team is the set of racers that travel to other ski areas for race events.   To compete in those race events, each racer needs to be a member of the United States Ski and Snowboard (USSS) organization asRead More

Jack Frost Holiday Camp

Jack Frost Race Team 2019 Holiday Race Camp Where: Jack Frost MountainWhen: Monday & Tuesday, December 30 & 31Who: Jack Frost Competition Team Racers U12, U14, U16, U19Costs: $200 This program is designed to give our Competition Team athletes a baseline for fundamental movements and tactical line choices. CAMP INCLUDES:Read More

Equipment Tuning

Tuning your skis involves 3 primary steps: Base Repair Everyone gets some base damage at some point, usually from skiing over a rock that’s not adequately covered by snow. A gash in your base affects how well your skis glide, so it’s important to repair the damage.  This step isRead More

Competition Team

Vision Statement: Provide the athletes with a structured program to promote success as defined by the athlete’s competitive racing goals. To develop strong athletes with the desire to compete at high levels by honing their racing skills in accordance with the US Ski & Snowboard Sports Education Program. The earlyRead More

Equipment – Competition Team

All athletes are responsible for their own equipment. Depending on the age of the racer, different lengths of skis and additional protection equipment are required. Equipment depends on your age level. USSS has very strict guidelines for ski equipment based on age.   Your coaches are extremely knowledgeable resources, but youRead More