Speed Regional

Speed Regional

The Speed Regional program is for our speed athletes ready to break out on the Provincial Snowboard Ontario circuit. The focus of the program is riding with power and control at all speeds, timing and coordination in courses and balance in cross tracks. Basic terrain park skills will be included in the program to ensure well rounded riding is developed. The team will be chasing points on the Snowboard Ontario circuit with the hopes of Provincials and beyond.

Speed Regional

Skill development includes:

  • Up unweighted carved turns
  • Gate training on steeper pitches
  • Training on both alpine and soft board
  • Compete on the Provincial circuit
  • Cross and Park skills


The Speed Regional Program

The advanced rider will be training to ride any hill in any condition at speed with control and confidence with a variety of turn styles. Gate training ratios will be increased along with the training pitch. Training will include both GS and Slalom and both alpine and soft boards can be used. Air and spin skills will be a minor focus to develop balance and timing skills.

 Speed Regional Program- 10 weeks ( 25 days on snow) $1600.00

* Please note competition and association fees are not included in the program price.

* Early Bird deadline November 24th. Prices will increase by 20% on November 25th get your registration in today.

 Additional costs may be incurred when traveling away for competition to cover coach expenses: such as travel, lift tickets, accommodations and food.

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