Master Your Skills in the Best Team Around!
In 2018, we will once again offer three types of Masters programs, please view the details below to find out which one is right for you.
Registration for all programs will commence early March and close on June 15 2018.
Blue Cow Masters:
This is a recreational ski program where you will work on skill improvement with an emphasis on adventure skiing and lots of mileage utilising the entire mountain. This program caters to the intermediate and advanced who enjoys skiing with a group of likeminded individuals of a similar ability level. You and your coach will work on a season long progression of movements that are needed to take your skiing to the next level.
This program runs for 10 consecutive Sundays from 1 July until 2 September.
With a similar focus to the Blue Cow Masters, this program pays particular attention to what women need to be successful in skiing. You will be made extremely comfortable by the female coaching staff and challenged in a fun and highly supportive environment. Discover new terrain and new skills with like-minded women.
This program runs for 10 consecutive Sundays from 1 July until 2 September and is suitable to intermediate and advanced female skiers.
This is a ski race program for the experienced skier with racing ambitions. This program will focus on skill acquisition and gate training during eight weekends of training and coaching with support at selected master’s events. Coaches will work with the group and individuals to provide opportunities for you to take your skiing and racing to a whole new level. From time to time we will provide the opportunity for early morning training as well as video sessions.
Training will include four consecutive weekends from 23rd June to 15th July and four weekends between 4 August to 2 September 2018. Coaches will provide race support on nominated race days with no training available on those days.
New in 2018 - Race Masters Full Time Team:
This program will have the same emphasis as the race masters weekend program but we will add in three days of training midweek for four extra weeks during the month of August. This will create a 5 day a week training regime focusing on a selection of alpine disciplines and we will make sure to stay clear of the master’s camp dates.