Snowboard Clubs

WinSport Snowboard Clubs

Club teams

These are built for skiers (ski) and riders (snowboard) that have a good grasp of skiing or snowboarding and are looking to experience multiple disciplines (all-mountain) in these sports or focus on a specific discipline area (alpine,freeski) and see if moving forward to a competitive team makes sense for them.

These programs are meant to give skiers/riders the experience of being part of a competitive program. The costs outlined for these programs cover the sessions and coaching fees. They do not include hill access so participants will need to purchase a WinSport winter season pass to participate.

Development teams

These season long programs are built for skiers (ski) or riders (snowboard) that have a good grasp of skiing or snowboarding and want to join a competitive team.

These programs are rooted in getting participants ready to compete throughout the winter season. Success in these programs could lead to an invitation to join the performance and next gen programs.

The costs outlined for these programs cover the sessions and coaching fees. They do not include hill access or trips to other hills. Participants will need to purchase a WinSport winter season pass to participate.

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AGES
6 - 7

AGES
8 - 9

AGES
10 - 12

AGES
13+

Ages 8-9 Snowboard Clubs

Snowboard REC Level 7
The Snowboard REC Level 7 program is designed to develop young riders in the exciting and expressive sport of freestyle snowboarding. Snowboard REC Level 7 riders will be expected to proficiently ride alpine terrain with an athletic body position and correct line choice. Once this is established, participants will learn essential tools to jump correctly, ride a rail, spin off jumps, and show control on all terrain a snowboarder might face. Participants will continue to spend time developing the technical skiing skills required to perform freestyle, including position and balance, edge control and timing and coordination. The Snowboard REC Level 7 program is aligned with Canada Snowboard curriculum and follow on from the freestyle skills learned in the All Mountain program. This program is designed to be fun and progressive in a non-competitive environment. Its development is in alignment with our competitive stream should any participants wish to move in that direction.
Additional Costs
Season long times
  • Tuesday & Thursday (2 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday (1 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Holidays
  • 1 Day program- December 27th and January 3rd
  • 2 day program- December 26th, 28th, January 2nd and 4th 

Prerequisites
  • Completed WinSport All Mountain Level 6 or equivalent
  • Able to ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Link at least 5 switch turns
  • Comfortable hitting small to medium jumps
  • Demonstrates some basic grabs
  • Demonstrates 180 degree spin on small jumps
  • Comfortably ski blue terrain at mountain resorts
Key Goals
  • Establish proper body position through takeoff and landing
  • Complete various turns on the mountain, halfpipe, and slope style course
  • Become comfortable with all types of freestyle terrain
  • Comfortably ride superpipe
  • Develop technical riding
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard REC Level 8
The Snowboard REC Level 8 program will develop riders beyond the basics of freestyle snowboarding by introducing more advanced rails and larger jumps. These athletes will learn how to use the advanced features in the terrain park while still building overall athletic skills. Participants will also continue to spend time developing the technical riding skills required to perform freestyle at a high level, including position and balance, edge control and timing and coordination. The Snowboard REC Level 8 program is aligned with the Canada Snowboard curriculum.  This program is designed to be fun and progressive in a non-competitive environment. Its development is in alignment with our competitive stream should any participants wish to move in that direction.
Additional Costs
Season long times
  • Tuesday & Thursday (2 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday (1 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Holidays
  • 1 Day program- December 27th and January 3rd
  • 2 day program- December 26th, 28th, January 2nd and 4th 

Prerequisites
  • Boardslide all beginner boxes
  • 360 on small to medium jumps
  • 180 spin in 3 of the 4 directions
  • Comfortably ride blue and black terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably ride all features West Terrain park
Key Goals
  • 360s both ways on medium jumps
  • Ski a beginner mogul run top to bottom with tricks
  • Spinning off of rails
  • Air out of super pipe
  • Develop technical riding, specifically focusing on carving on groomed terrain
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard Development Team (7)
The Snowboard Development Team (7) snowboard program is designed to take advanced young snowboarders from our All Mountain program and allow them to learn more about freestyle terrain and competitive snowboarding. This team will follow the development of the Riders program laid out by Canada Snowboard. Athletes will be expected to proficiently ride alpine terrain with an athletic body position and correct board control. Once this is established, athletes will learn how to jump correctly, ride a rail, spin off jumps, and show control on all terrain. This program is designed to be the first step in a competitive snowboarder’s growth. Key factors of this program are the development of athleticism, mental preparedness, and introduction to grassroots competition.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
WinSport Grass Root Series
All competition fees for WinSport Grass Root Series Events are included in the cost of the program. No further registration for these events will be required.
  • TBD
Colins Cup
Colins Cup is an optional competition. Competition entry fee is not included in the cost of the program and additional registration will be required. Coaches will be on site to assist with athletes but will not compete as a group.
  • March 11th – Slopestyle
Mountain Days
  • 2 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • Able to ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Link at least 5 switch turns
  • Able to hit all medium size jumps in west terrain park
  • 180 both directions on small to medium jumps
  • Able to sideways slide boxes in both directions
  • 360 in mini pipe
Key Goals
  • Establish proper body position though takeoff and landing
  • Complete various turns on the mountain, halfpipe, and slope style course
  • Become comfortable with all types of freestyle terrain
  • Air out of super pipe
  • Develop technical riding
  • 360 medium jumps in west terrain park
  • Complete beginner Slopestyle runs
  • Slide both rails and boxes consistently
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard Development Team (8)
The Snowboard Development Team (8) will develop riders beyond the basics of freestyle snowboarding by introducing more advanced rails and larger jumps. These athletes will learn how to use the advanced features in the terrain park while still building overall athletic skills needed to progress. This program is designed to be the last stage in grassroots development before inter-club competitions. Athletes will participate in the Grass Roots events throughout the season and one inter-club competition. Further progression of athleticism and mental preparedness will prepare athletes to move forward in their snowboarding career.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
WinSport Grass Root Series
All competition fees for WinSport Grass Root Series Events are included in the cost of the program. No further registration for these events will be required.
  • TBD
Colins Cup
Colins Cup is an optional competition. Competition entry fee is not included in the cost of the program and additional registration will be required. Coaches will be on site to assist with athletes but will not compete as a group.
  • March 11th – Slopestyle
Mountain Days
  • 2 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • Establish proper body position though takeoff and landing
  • Complete various turns on the mountain, halfpipe, and slope style course.
  • Become comfortable with all types of freestyle terrain.
  • Air out of super pipe
  • Develop technical riding
  • 360 medium jumps in west terrain park
  • Complete beginner Slopestyle runs
  • Slide both rails and boxes consistently

Key Goals
  • 1 way 270 off of rail
  • 2 ways 360 on mediums
  • Switch 360 on small jump
  • 360 in super pipe
  • Able to ride all types of terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably hit all features in the West Terrain Park
  • Ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Switch riding on blue terrain
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »

Ages 10-12 Snowboard Clubs

Snowboard REC Level 7
The Snowboard REC Level 7 program is designed to develop young riders in the exciting and expressive sport of freestyle snowboarding. Snowboard REC Level 7 riders will be expected to proficiently ride alpine terrain with an athletic body position and correct line choice. Once this is established, participants will learn essential tools to jump correctly, ride a rail, spin off jumps, and show control on all terrain a snowboarder might face. Participants will continue to spend time developing the technical skiing skills required to perform freestyle, including position and balance, edge control and timing and coordination. The Snowboard REC Level 7 program is aligned with Canada Snowboard curriculum and follow on from the freestyle skills learned in the All Mountain program. This program is designed to be fun and progressive in a non-competitive environment. Its development is in alignment with our competitive stream should any participants wish to move in that direction.
Additional Costs
Season long times
  • Tuesday & Thursday (2 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday (1 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Holidays
  • 1 Day program- December 27th and January 3rd
  • 2 day program- December 26th, 28th, January 2nd and 4th 

Prerequisites
  • Completed WinSport All Mountain Level 6 or equivalent
  • Able to ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Link at least 5 switch turns
  • Comfortable hitting small to medium jumps
  • Demonstrates some basic grabs
  • Demonstrates 180 degree spin on small jumps
  • Comfortably ski blue terrain at mountain resorts
Key Goals
  • Establish proper body position through takeoff and landing
  • Complete various turns on the mountain, halfpipe, and slope style course
  • Become comfortable with all types of freestyle terrain
  • Comfortably ride superpipe
  • Develop technical riding
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard REC Level 8
The Snowboard REC Level 8 program will develop riders beyond the basics of freestyle snowboarding by introducing more advanced rails and larger jumps. These athletes will learn how to use the advanced features in the terrain park while still building overall athletic skills. Participants will also continue to spend time developing the technical riding skills required to perform freestyle at a high level, including position and balance, edge control and timing and coordination. The Snowboard REC Level 8 program is aligned with the Canada Snowboard curriculum.  This program is designed to be fun and progressive in a non-competitive environment. Its development is in alignment with our competitive stream should any participants wish to move in that direction.
Additional Costs
Season long times
  • Tuesday & Thursday (2 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday (1 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Holidays
  • 1 Day program- December 27th and January 3rd
  • 2 day program- December 26th, 28th, January 2nd and 4th 

Prerequisites
  • Boardslide all beginner boxes
  • 360 on small to medium jumps
  • 180 spin in 3 of the 4 directions
  • Comfortably ride blue and black terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably ride all features West Terrain park
Key Goals
  • 360s both ways on medium jumps
  • Ski a beginner mogul run top to bottom with tricks
  • Spinning off of rails
  • Air out of super pipe
  • Develop technical riding, specifically focusing on carving on groomed terrain
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard Development Team (7)
The Snowboard Development Team (7) snowboard program is designed to take advanced young snowboarders from our All Mountain program and allow them to learn more about freestyle terrain and competitive snowboarding. This team will follow the development of the Riders program laid out by Canada Snowboard. Athletes will be expected to proficiently ride alpine terrain with an athletic body position and correct board control. Once this is established, athletes will learn how to jump correctly, ride a rail, spin off jumps, and show control on all terrain. This program is designed to be the first step in a competitive snowboarder’s growth. Key factors of this program are the development of athleticism, mental preparedness, and introduction to grassroots competition.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
WinSport Grass Root Series
All competition fees for WinSport Grass Root Series Events are included in the cost of the program. No further registration for these events will be required.
  • TBD
Colins Cup
Colins Cup is an optional competition. Competition entry fee is not included in the cost of the program and additional registration will be required. Coaches will be on site to assist with athletes but will not compete as a group.
  • March 11th – Slopestyle
Mountain Days
  • 2 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • Able to ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Link at least 5 switch turns
  • Able to hit all medium size jumps in west terrain park
  • 180 both directions on small to medium jumps
  • Able to sideways slide boxes in both directions
  • 360 in mini pipe
Key Goals
  • Establish proper body position though takeoff and landing
  • Complete various turns on the mountain, halfpipe, and slope style course
  • Become comfortable with all types of freestyle terrain
  • Air out of super pipe
  • Develop technical riding
  • 360 medium jumps in west terrain park
  • Complete beginner Slopestyle runs
  • Slide both rails and boxes consistently
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard Development Team (8)
The Snowboard Development Team (8) will develop riders beyond the basics of freestyle snowboarding by introducing more advanced rails and larger jumps. These athletes will learn how to use the advanced features in the terrain park while still building overall athletic skills needed to progress. This program is designed to be the last stage in grassroots development before inter-club competitions. Athletes will participate in the Grass Roots events throughout the season and one inter-club competition. Further progression of athleticism and mental preparedness will prepare athletes to move forward in their snowboarding career.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
WinSport Grass Root Series
All competition fees for WinSport Grass Root Series Events are included in the cost of the program. No further registration for these events will be required.
  • TBD
Colins Cup
Colins Cup is an optional competition. Competition entry fee is not included in the cost of the program and additional registration will be required. Coaches will be on site to assist with athletes but will not compete as a group.
  • March 11th – Slopestyle
Mountain Days
  • 2 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • Establish proper body position though takeoff and landing
  • Complete various turns on the mountain, halfpipe, and slope style course.
  • Become comfortable with all types of freestyle terrain.
  • Air out of super pipe
  • Develop technical riding
  • 360 medium jumps in west terrain park
  • Complete beginner Slopestyle runs
  • Slide both rails and boxes consistently

Key Goals
  • 1 way 270 off of rail
  • 2 ways 360 on mediums
  • Switch 360 on small jump
  • 360 in super pipe
  • Able to ride all types of terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably hit all features in the West Terrain Park
  • Ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Switch riding on blue terrain
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard Development Team (9)

This club is invite only.

The Snowboard Development Team (9) snowboard program introduces athletes to inter club competitions. In this program, athletes will be performing maneuvers on every feature within the terrain park while still maintaining a strong fundamental base. Athletes must be able to show all skills learned in previous levels in order to start skills within this level. Athletic awareness and mental preparation are a main focus in Revers Development program. Ages may range within Level 9 as maturity and snowboard skills are the main factors for invitation.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
  • 3-4 inter-club competitions, dates TBD
Mountain Days
  • 3 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start.
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Preseason Dryland Tuesday and Thursday: 7:45 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • Regular Season Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
  • Regular Season Saturday: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • 1 way 270 off of rail
  • 2 ways 360 on mediums
  • Switch 360 on small jump
  • 360 in superpipe
  • Able to ride all types of terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably hit all features in the West Terrain Park
  • Comfortably ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Switch riding on blue terrain
Key Goals
  • Be able to properly prepare for upcoming events
  • Begin inverted maneuvers on airbag
  • Spin on and off of rails
  • Link combinations of forward and switch tricks spinning both directions
  • Develop technical riding to further freestyle development
Snowboard Development Team - Park & Pipe

This club is invite only.

The Snowboard Development Team - Park & Pipe places athletes in inter-club events. In this program, athletes will be expected to properly prepare and perform at events around the province. This program is the stepping stone to our High Performance teams and requires a major commitment. Multiple flips and both ways rotations are the focus of slope style training days. Athletes will transfer these skills to the half pipe as well as maintain fundamental riding knowledge. All Snowboard Development Team - Park & Pipe athletes will be expected to maintain a high standard of athleticism and nutrition.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
  • 4-5 inter-club competitions, dates TBD
Mountain Days
  • 3 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start.
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Preseason Dryland Tuesday and Thursday: 5:00 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
  • Regular Season Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Regular Season Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • 1 off axis rotation trick
  • Spin on and off rails
  • Maintain fitness program throughout off season
  • Front and back side 540
  • Comfortably riding switch on all WinSport terrain
  • Comfortably hitting and spinning on all West Terrain Park features
  • Started to hit the ‘big line’
Key Goals
  • 3 off axis rotation tricks on medium jumps
  • 4 ways 540 on mediums
  • Spinning on to non-flat rails in Terrain Park.
  • Full halfpipe runs with spins or flips on every hit
  • Develop technical riding to further freestyle development
  • Develop overall riding to successfully compete at club level competition
  • Prepare athletes mentally to compete and train to compete

Ages 13+ Snowboard Clubs

Snowboard REC Level 7
The Snowboard REC Level 7 program is designed to develop young riders in the exciting and expressive sport of freestyle snowboarding. Snowboard REC Level 7 riders will be expected to proficiently ride alpine terrain with an athletic body position and correct line choice. Once this is established, participants will learn essential tools to jump correctly, ride a rail, spin off jumps, and show control on all terrain a snowboarder might face. Participants will continue to spend time developing the technical skiing skills required to perform freestyle, including position and balance, edge control and timing and coordination. The Snowboard REC Level 7 program is aligned with Canada Snowboard curriculum and follow on from the freestyle skills learned in the All Mountain program. This program is designed to be fun and progressive in a non-competitive environment. Its development is in alignment with our competitive stream should any participants wish to move in that direction.
Additional Costs
Season long times
  • Tuesday & Thursday (2 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday (1 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Holidays
  • 1 Day program- December 27th and January 3rd
  • 2 day program- December 26th, 28th, January 2nd and 4th 

Prerequisites
  • Completed WinSport All Mountain Level 6 or equivalent
  • Able to ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Link at least 5 switch turns
  • Comfortable hitting small to medium jumps
  • Demonstrates some basic grabs
  • Demonstrates 180 degree spin on small jumps
  • Comfortably ski blue terrain at mountain resorts
Key Goals
  • Establish proper body position through takeoff and landing
  • Complete various turns on the mountain, halfpipe, and slope style course
  • Become comfortable with all types of freestyle terrain
  • Comfortably ride superpipe
  • Develop technical riding
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard REC Level 8
The Snowboard REC Level 8 program will develop riders beyond the basics of freestyle snowboarding by introducing more advanced rails and larger jumps. These athletes will learn how to use the advanced features in the terrain park while still building overall athletic skills. Participants will also continue to spend time developing the technical riding skills required to perform freestyle at a high level, including position and balance, edge control and timing and coordination. The Snowboard REC Level 8 program is aligned with the Canada Snowboard curriculum.  This program is designed to be fun and progressive in a non-competitive environment. Its development is in alignment with our competitive stream should any participants wish to move in that direction.
Additional Costs
Season long times
  • Tuesday & Thursday (2 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday (1 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Holidays
  • 1 Day program- December 27th and January 3rd
  • 2 day program- December 26th, 28th, January 2nd and 4th 

Prerequisites
  • Boardslide all beginner boxes
  • 360 on small to medium jumps
  • 180 spin in 3 of the 4 directions
  • Comfortably ride blue and black terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably ride all features West Terrain park
Key Goals
  • 360s both ways on medium jumps
  • Ski a beginner mogul run top to bottom with tricks
  • Spinning off of rails
  • Air out of super pipe
  • Develop technical riding, specifically focusing on carving on groomed terrain
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard REC Level 9
In Snowboard REC Level 9 program participants will be performing maneuvers on every feature within the terrain park while still maintaining a strong fundamental base. Participants must be able to show all skills learned in previous levels in order to start skills within this level. Participants will also continue to spend time developing the technical skiing skills required to perform freestyle at a high level, including position and balance, edge control and timing and coordination.  The Snowboard REC Level 9 program is aligned with the Canada Snowboard curriculum. This program is designed to be fun and progressive in a non-competitive environment. Its development is in alignment with our competitive stream should any participants wish to move in that direction.
Additional Costs
Season long times
  • Tuesday & Thursday (2 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday (1 day program): 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Holidays
  • 1 Day program- December 27th and January 3rd
  • 2 day program- December 26th, 28th, January 2nd and 4th 

Prerequisites
  • 1 way - 270 off rail
  • 2 ways - 360 on mediums
  • Switch 360 on small jump
  • 360 in superpipe
  • Able to ride all types of terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably hit all features in the West Terrain Park
  • Comfortably ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Switch riding on blue terrain
Key Goals
  • Be able to properly prepare for upcoming events
  • Begin inverted maneuvers on airbag
  • Spin on and off of rails
  • Link combinations of forward and switch tricks spinning both directions
  • Develop technical riding to further freestyle development
Click here to View Dates & Book Looking for recreational clubs? View our All Mountain clubs »
Snowboard Development Team (9)

This club is invite only.

The Snowboard Development Team (9) snowboard program introduces athletes to inter club competitions. In this program, athletes will be performing maneuvers on every feature within the terrain park while still maintaining a strong fundamental base. Athletes must be able to show all skills learned in previous levels in order to start skills within this level. Athletic awareness and mental preparation are a main focus in Revers Development program. Ages may range within Level 9 as maturity and snowboard skills are the main factors for invitation.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
  • 3-4 inter-club competitions, dates TBD
Mountain Days
  • 3 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start.
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Preseason Dryland Tuesday and Thursday: 7:45 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • Regular Season Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
  • Regular Season Saturday: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • 1 way 270 off of rail
  • 2 ways 360 on mediums
  • Switch 360 on small jump
  • 360 in superpipe
  • Able to ride all types of terrain in the mountains
  • Comfortably hit all features in the West Terrain Park
  • Comfortably ride all terrain at WinSport
  • Switch riding on blue terrain
Key Goals
  • Be able to properly prepare for upcoming events
  • Begin inverted maneuvers on airbag
  • Spin on and off of rails
  • Link combinations of forward and switch tricks spinning both directions
  • Develop technical riding to further freestyle development
Snowboard Development Team - Park & Pipe

This club is invite only.

The Snowboard Development Team - Park & Pipe places athletes in inter-club events. In this program, athletes will be expected to properly prepare and perform at events around the province. This program is the stepping stone to our High Performance teams and requires a major commitment. Multiple flips and both ways rotations are the focus of slope style training days. Athletes will transfer these skills to the half pipe as well as maintain fundamental riding knowledge. All Snowboard Development Team - Park & Pipe athletes will be expected to maintain a high standard of athleticism and nutrition.
Additional Costs
  • Mandatory ASA General Membership
  • WinSport Season Pass, coach expenses for inter-club competition (including travel, hill pass, mileage, food split between all attending athletes. This will be billed separately by WinSport)
Competitions
  • 4-5 inter-club competitions, dates TBD
Mountain Days
  • 3 mountain trips, dates TBD and communicated prior to the season start.
Holidays
  • December 26th, 28th, 30th, January 2nd, 4th, February 17th
Times
  • Preseason Dryland Tuesday and Thursday: 5:00 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
  • Regular Season Tuesday & Thursday: 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
  • Regular Season Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Prerequisites
  • 1 off axis rotation trick
  • Spin on and off rails
  • Maintain fitness program throughout off season
  • Front and back side 540
  • Comfortably riding switch on all WinSport terrain
  • Comfortably hitting and spinning on all West Terrain Park features
  • Started to hit the ‘big line’
Key Goals
  • 3 off axis rotation tricks on medium jumps
  • 4 ways 540 on mediums
  • Spinning on to non-flat rails in Terrain Park.
  • Full halfpipe runs with spins or flips on every hit
  • Develop technical riding to further freestyle development
  • Develop overall riding to successfully compete at club level competition
  • Prepare athletes mentally to compete and train to compete