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CU Skiing Summer Camps

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    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    MT.HOOD, OREGON, August 11 – August 15, 2014

    Learn Racing Technique from the CU Ski Team,

    As a camper you will have a unique opportunity for one-on-one coaching with best in the country. The University of Colorado Ski Team’s 2014 Summer Ski Camp will continue this year again in a long standing tradition of CU Summer Ski Camps featuring Varsity Team members who serve as camp counselors. Over the course of the camp you will be able to improve your basic skills and be involved with the best skiers in this country. Daily video analysis will enable you to evaluate and correct your mistakes and to help you to improve upon your technique. You will be housed, in the beautiful area of Government Camp, where daily dry land training will help you to adapt to a new physical skills and methodology of training.

    Ski Camp Information: Open to any and all campers, limited only by the first 25 campers to submit their registration, campers should realize that this camp is designed for national rank ski racers who possess experience accordingly.

    Goal: Repeat fundamentals of turn through edging, balance and gate drills. Apply the new skills in full length of course. We will concentrate on carving turns as well as improvement in timed runs.

    Departure: Saturday, August 9, 2014, departure at 8:00am, Ski building in Boulder

    Travel: By vans, estimate arrival at Mt Hood, OR,, Sunday, August 10, 2014, 2:00 pm

    For optimal travel comfort, please bring a sleeping bag.

    Lodging: Mount Hood Chalet - 89397 E. Steel Lane Government Camp, OR 97028

    Cost: Travel, Lodging, Meals, Lifts - $1200.00. Register by June 1, 2013.

    Register at cubuffs.com/camps.

    Equipment: GS/Slalom skis + gear, Mountain Bike, Helmet + gear, dryland wear, and swim suit, snack money for travel days

    If you have any questions please call Camp director, Richard Rokos at (303) 492-5402 or FAX (303) 492-3156
    Schedule of training: Monday, August 11 am – Free skiing pm - Mt. bike ride

    Tuesday, August 12am – Free Skiing-Drills
    pm - games, strength training,
    Wednesday, August 13am – Drills
    pm - Mt. bike ride, trip to Hood River for picnic
    Thursday, August 14am -Drills/ Timed runs
    pm - strength training, Mt. bike ride,
    Friday, August 15am –Timed runs
    pm - departure
    The new equipment testing will be a part of daily training.

    Departure: Friday, Aug 15, 2014 immediately after return from the mountain Arrival: Saturday, August 16, 2014 between 2pm and 4pm at Ski Building in Boulder Please Note: Dates are subject to change

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