Otherwise known as the ATC Camp of Champions. Our young racers team up with some of the best British international racers for this camp where the likes of Iain Inness share his experience and knowledge coaching the next generation.

Introduction

The Braehead Summer Camp in Glasgow, is 4 days of  indoor SL training.  You will develop your skiing through gates, drills, fitness and fun! You will improve massively in this short but intense ski camp.  

This camp is day training only so no team accomodation available. 

Braehead dates

16-19 July 2019

19th July ATC Indoor Race

Focus of the Camp

Improving your core skills, getting faster through the gates and fun! Braehead offers a great opportunity to fine tune your balance, stance and timing as well as clearing gates and developing a fast line and good pressure. If you ski a lot on the dry mat, then this is a good chance to transfer those skills to snow, and practice key technique changes needed for on snow racing. We will do slalom, drill courses, jumps and pro slalom racing.  

Daily Programme

Meet 9:30 - Sign in, receive passes, meet and greet, safety briefing, camp goals and the plan
On Slope 10 am - Warm up routines, setting tasks, sate training
Lunch (provided) 1pm
On Slope 2pm - Technical sessions, video analysis, gate training
Pick up 4pm

Coaching 

Murray Howie and Lachlan Veitch lead the coaching team at Braehead with special guest coaching from British Champion Iain Innes.

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Equipment Check list

Slalom skis
Slalom protection
Helmet, Gloves, Goggles
Track suit
Fitness shoes and clothing
Warm jacket
Racing top
Note pad and pen
Water bottle, snacks

Camp Fees

Price includes coaching, lift passes, video debrief, lunch and all off-snow activities. Every racer will get a camp report at the end of the week.
Camp - £220 (4-day camp)
Daily - £60

Booking - step by step

  1. Pay for the camp in full

  2. Fill out the booking form

  3. Read and sign ATC Athlete Code of Conduct http://www.alpinetrainingcentre.com/read-me-1/

  4. Ensure all equipment is ready and in good condition – call your coach if you need help

  5. Read your last ATC coaches report, and bring it with you

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