Some common FAQ’s when it comes to skiing.
What does NG, RS, MASS, MASD stand for?
NG – Nancy Greene
RS – Rising Stars
MASS – Manitoba Cup Alpine Ski Series
MASD – Manitoba Alpine Ski Division
When and where is training?
Nancy Greene and Rising Stars training takes place at Springhill Winter Park on Tuesdays from 6:30pm – 9:00pm and Saturdays from 10am – 1pm. There is a one day program as well for Tuesdays or Saturdays.
Training does not include lift tickets. Springhill usually gives the kids a reduced rate on a season pass or individual passes may be purchased.
Nancy Greene Ski Division (U6-U10) usually have three weekend races scheduled for the year. This year (2017-2018), one race will be at Bottineau, ND and the other at Spring Hill Winter Park, and the third at Asessippi Ski Area near Russell, MB.
MB Cup Racers train all Tuesdays at Springhill Winter Park and most Saturdays, but there will be some training opportunities at Asessippi ski Resort on selected weekends. Please refer to the calendar for all events.
My child hasn’t skied before, does that matter?
No. Our coaches will take anyone and turn them into a skier!. Skiers over the age of 9 who are new to skiing can register in the All mountain shredder program and will advance to racing as their skills develop.
When do we start?
As soon as Springhill is open and the snow is on the ground! We end the third week of March.
Where do I get equipment?
Sampsons have lease programs for junior skiers as well as new equipment for purchase.
Will we ski in cold weather?
There is a section on our website with guideline for cold weather. Follow the Cold Weather link.
What is the volunteer/fundraising commitment?
The club requires volunteering at two bingos throughout the year. There is also volunteers needed on race day as the parents put the races on. All volunteer training is provided by the club if needed. Volunteering is a great way to meet other parents and interact with the racers.
Questions? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org