Snowboard Competitions Program
17 Weekend Seasonal Program
For Snowboarders ages 8-18
Location: Training Center
This 17 weekend program is designed for riders who want to compete in half-pipe, slope-style, and boarder-cross as well as receive race training (slalom and giant slalom) for United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA) Southern Vermont Series sanctioned events. For the past several years athletes have competed in the USASA Southern Vermont Series, USASA National Championships and other regional events. All competitors must be members of the USASA Southern Vermont Series.
Participants must have mastered the majority of the mountain terrain and ride all lifts independently. All new applicants must be screened before acceptance to ensure the readiness of the athlete and proper program placement.
Get updates on competitions, training, and more all season long direct from our Training Center coaches in our Snowboard Competitions Blog.
First Day: Saturday, December 3, 2016
Last Day: Sunday, March 26, 2017 (Training and End of Season Party)
In addition to running every weekend, the program will operate on the following weekdays:
- December 26 through December 30 (No program on December 25 and January 1, 2017)
- February 20, 2017
- For supplemental training opportunities, athletes can participate in Friday program activities, and the February training camp for an additional fee
Program operates 8:15 a.m. on way to lift to 2:45 p.m.
2017-2018 Program Pricing
Program does not include lift access. Separate season pass or lift ticket required for participation
$1,600 for the first child | BUY NOW
$1,500 for each additional sibling | BUY NOW
** Competition Program pricing does not include membership to USSA, USASA, VARA, or any other organization governing the competitions that the MSTC participates in. These fees and individual race and or competition event fees are additional to the program cost. Coaching requested beyond the end date of the program (3/26/17) is available for Regional and National Events; however, the expenses for the coach's travel and lodging are to be split equally per participating competitor.
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