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About Freeride Full Time

The goal of the Freeride program is to train athletes to become the next generation of professional skiers in a safe and controlled environment. A few of our premiere athletes include; Mark Nowakiwsky, Emilia Wint, Ethan Swadburg, Cody Cirillo, Kai George, Levi Asher, and Greg Spalding.  With the growing participation in new school skiing, athletes need organized training to compete at the top level. Whether an athlete is looking for Olympic Gold,  X Games Gold or just great all around skiing skills Team Breckenridge Sports Club Freeride is a great place to train.  Athletes will learn vital skills in all disciplines of freeride skiing including terrain park, big mountain and moguls. We produce “Skiers For Life”.

FREERIDE FULL-TIME:
The Freeride Full-Time is for the athletes that have decided to dedicate their time and complete athletic efforts to terrain park skiing. The Freeride Full-Time Team trains mid-week and on Saturdays, and 8 Sundays.  The Freeride Full-Time Team is for any athlete and ability that wants to put an emphasis on competition skills. Click Here for more information on Academic Athlete school programing.

We utilize the World Class terrain parks of Breckenridge and Keystone plus additional workouts at Woodward at Copper.  

  • Every Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat and 8 Sunday

  • Holiday Camp Days

  • Scheduled Rocky Mountain Series USASA Competitions

  • Includes full time conditioning starting 9/8

  • 90% terrain park, 10% all mountain skiing

  • Most experienced competition coaches.

  • No age requirement, based on ability, experience and coach assessment

All coaches are US Ski & Snowboard certified.

All levels of competition are available:  USSS, USASA, Rev Tour, World Cup, Open competitions.

Competition is not mandatory, but an available option for additional fees. ( athlete entry fees and travel not included in program fees).

Contest Travel Cost Sharing Criteria will be utilized for all higher level events.  This includes events that require longer travel or multiple days of competition.  This is the industry standard and common on all team.

Athletes are introduced to proper mental preparation, skill development, and on course strategies to better their success.

Proper all-mountain skiing skills are emphasized. Remember, “great skiers, make great jumpers”.

For More Information See Program Guide 2018-2019


Chris Hawks

Chris Hawks

Freeride Director and Head Coach

Phone: (970)390-4246


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