Great people Great Organisations

ATC is surrounded by fantastic people who run amazing organisations which do incredible things. They support our ATC mission and values and want to be involved with helping young children succeed in sport and in life. We are proud to be supported by the following organisations.  

BLUES The Ski Shop

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Blues which is owned by the Scottish adventurer Chris Tiso’s is partnering up with ATC to offer fantastic value to our young athletes and their families. he Blues Hero programme supporting young ski racers with discounted ski equipment. 

Cairngorm Capital 

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Andrew Steel grew up racing in the Cairngorms in Scotland and has been supporting British ski racing athletes for a number of years. Cairngorm Capital is a family owned equity business which specializes in enabling family owned companies to profit grow. 

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Royal Engineers Winter Sports

The Royal Engineers use ATC coaches and expertise to coach their racing team, intructors and the troops how to ski. Adverturous training is an importnant part of Army training. Learning to fly off a jump at 70mph in a Downhill race is the ultimate test of skill and courage! 

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Scottish Ski Club 

ATC provides elite coaches and training to the Scottish Ski Club. SSC runs a fantastic weekend race training programme at Cairngorm Mountain for kids aged 8 and up. Contact for more information.

Wipptal Tourism in Tyrol Austria 


ATC has a sponsorship partnership with the Wipptal area of Austria. This beautiful mountain area of sport and nature is near Innsbruck and is the where the ATC academy and base is located. 

Lothian Ski Racing 


This is where Sean Langmuir and many other Olympians cut their cloth. LSR has been actively involved in training thousands of trainees at Hillend, some of whom have raced at the highest levels including the Olympics. ATC has partnered up with LSR to provide their young racers with a complete ‘on snow’ pathway from grass routes to national team. Visit for more information.