Alpine FIS Team | YOB 2003-2007

FIS coaches will design an athlete’s progression based on the focus series in which they will be competing. Training plans will include spring, summer and early season training within a year-round schedule. FIS athletes will follow a yearly conditioning plan designed and overseen by the coaches in cooperation with the Human Performance staff at the Minturn Fitness Center, always with the goal of helping each athlete achieve his or her maximum potential.

Year-Round Programming: Skiing in Colorado typically extends from late October through mid-June. This can allow for approximately 160 days on snow during this period in addition to other on-snow camps offered.

Note: Group training/skiing on Vail Mountain may be restricted to the Golden Peak Competition Arena during the early season until a substantial portion of Vail Mountain opens to the public. As a result, meeting times for Alpine programs may be adjusted during this period.

Regular Season On-Snow Dates: late November through mid-April generally five days per week as calendared

Pre- and Post-Season Prep Periods: SSCV looks to maximize time on snow in Colorado as early as late October through as late as mid-June, depending on available terrain. An additional fee may be accessed.

Conditioning Days: generally five days per week during the prep period and maintenance during the competition period as calendared

Goal setting: developed with coaches during the prep period

Evaluations: mid-season and end-of-season

Technical Services Support: available as an additional option (not included in program fees); click here to learn more.

Target Series: Junior Worlds, NorAms, Senior Nationals, Rocky Central FIS, Junior Nationals, FISU

Sports Pipeline: U.S. Ski Team, NCAA Division I, USCSA

Program Fees:

Non-Resident Fee: $23,710, plus $100 Club Membership

Colorado Resident Fee: $20,660, plus $100 Club Membership

**SSCV Program Fees include only regular season on-snow training at Vail and Beaver Creek (and for snowboard, freeski park & pipe and freeride athletes at SSCV Summit County training areas and for Nordic athletes within the Vail Valley) and regular season strength and conditioning in the Vail Valley. SSCV Program Fees exclude all other fees and charges, such as but not limited to the following: early season and late season training and transportation fees and charges, all camps, all ski passes and lift tickets at all mountains, all competition entry fees, all travel, room and board charges, all governing body and association fees, all coach expenses during travel, all van fees (other than in-state van fees back and forth to training or competition) and all team jackets and apparel. Please see Terms & Conditions for more information on the SSCV financial policy and pricing. To inquire about available financial aid, click here.

Volunteer Point Requirement: 160 points

**You are required to volunteer each season to earn the stated number of points. If your family has more than one athlete, your points will be that of the athlete with the higher balance. Please see Terms & Conditions for additional details related to the volunteer requirement.

Uniform Program: Full-time athletes are required to take part in our uniform program. Uniform details and purchase instructions coming soon.