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Sisterhood is just around the corner!!

May 12, 2015 at 9:27 am

Yahoo! The Sisterhood camps are almost full – only one spot left in each! Whistler is looking amazing – if you saw on Facebook, we’ve been told that they’ve extended their season and the snow is better now than last year at this time. Plus, school’s out! Shona and I both had successful semesters – Shona ROCKED her bachelor of science in geology at the University of Calgary and is halfway through her senior year, and I am now a senior at Westminster, pursuing a double Bachelor of Science in Economics and Pre-Law. Also, our amazing head coach Christina Lustenberger is now a certified ACMG ski guide! Very cool!

Summer has arrived and I’ve been biking a ton and running, trying to get into shape for some SKIING. What are you doing for dryland? Get out there and have some fun! We’ll be working hard everyday almost all day, so be ready!! :)

In other news, we’ve selected our interns!! Check out the STAFF 2015 page for more info about Caroline and Ali!

URGENT: date changes

April 10, 2015 at 2:00 pm

We’ve had no changes to our session 1 camp:

REGISTER for SESSION 1: June 20 – 27  $2100.00

 

SESSION 2 now has 2 options: 6 days on snow or 9 days on snow:

REGISTER FOR SESSION 2:

June 29th – July 6th (6 ski days) $2100.00

June 29th – July 10th (9 ski days) $2700.00

SISTERHOOD

THERE IS SNOW!!

April 6, 2015 at 6:52 pm

Hello Ski Sisterhood! I just got back from an amazing weekend in SNOWY Whistler! While we were there, it snowed 2/3 days and we got some awesome powder skiing. I also checked out Horstman Glacier and it’s a snowy winter wonderland. Check out the pics!

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The trip made me super excited to get back here in June!! Hope you are too! Spread the word about camp – registration is still open and we still have a few spots! Also, on a side note, our lodging will be similar to last season, likely at The Aspens.

REGISTER for SUMMER 2015

March 20, 2015 at 8:00 am

Click the links to register for the Ski Racing Sisterhood Summer Camps!

REGISTER for SESSION 1: June 20 – 27

REGISTER FOR SESSION 2: June 29 – 6

 

Once registered contact you with confirmation of participation.

SISTERHOOD 2015 – Registration Opens on March 20th from anna shona on Vimeo.

Special Announcement: Marie-Pier Prefontaine Guest Coaching!

March 12, 2015 at 11:19 am

Special Announcement: Marie-Pier Prefontaine will be a guest coach this summer! She is currently the best ranked Canadian in giant slalom, and 15th overall in the world. This season she had some amazing results on World Cup, including a 6th place in Austria. She’s a two-time Olympian and knows how to crush a giant slalom course! She rules! We’re so excited that she will come and join the Sisterhood for a part of the summer sessions.

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SISTERHOOD 2015 – Registration Opens on March 20th from anna shona on Vimeo.

2015 Camp Dates

February 18, 2015 at 10:42 am

REGISTRATION OPENING ON MARCH 20th, 2015

These are our tentative camp dates and cost:

Whistler Summer Camps: SL & GS:

June 20 – 27 (6 days on snow) $2100

June 29 – 6 (6 days on snow) $2100

OR Jun 29th – July 10th (9 days on snow) $2700

 

The camp cost includes everything except for flights to Vancouver International Airport: transportation, lodging, food, full private ski lane, coaching, video analysis, dry-land training, day-off activity…etc.

More Information can be found Here!

Possible New Zealand or Saas-Fee FIS Camp: End of July Early August (two weeks) please contact if interested!

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MUSIC VIDEO!

July 18, 2014 at 7:44 am

Session 2′s crazy music video!  Lots of skiing, dry-land training, and love for the FOREST!! :) Thanks to these hilarious and amazing girls for another memorable week! We’ll miss you!!!

SKI SISTERHOOD MUSIC VIDEO – Session 2, 2014 from anna shona on Vimeo.

Day 8 – OWN IT!

July 17, 2014 at 2:46 pm

More to come later….
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Day 7 – Smart Training

July 16, 2014 at 7:04 pm

Day 7 is all about smart training.  We had an amazing morning in the glacier, the best by far. The snow was hard and the course flowed! The girls really impressed us with their slalom and their ability to push through fatigue.  The heat wave has been taking a toll on all of us, and that’s where our word of the day comes into play. Training smart is knowing your limits and taking the necessary steps to enable you to push through.  Hydration and sun protection are huge factors up on the glacier, recovery after skiing (for example taking a nap instead of shopping), and knowing when to push through fatigue and knowing when to stop. In a competitive environment it’s hard to remember to really take your own path.  When you’re surrounded by others all with different goals and personalities, it’s important to stick to what you believe is best for you, and to trust that what you are doing is the best you can be doing. So, with that said, here are some pics from the day! Our smart training was to take the girls to COWS for ice cream instead of putting them through a sun-scorched dryland training.  We’re here to ski! So from now on, in order to conserve energy and avoid too much time in the sun, our dryland sessions will be more mellow .

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DAY 6 – Visualization & Slalom!

July 15, 2014 at 10:07 pm

Today was our first day of SLALOM! It was also our umpteenth day of super hot weather. We are working on keeping hydrated throughout the day and finding cold water to beat the heat. The skiable snow on the glacier is melting rapidly, but we still managed to have an awesome day working on dynamic legs and keeping our bodies down the corridor. We talked about the importance of visualization and how it helps not only in skiing but in other aspects of our lives.  Dryland was a fun medley of agility, balance, core and yoga followed by creative circus inspired poses!

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