English Championships 2018-05-21T16:52:30+00:00

English Alpine Championships 2018

Fis Athletes (U18 & U21)

Week 1    4th-10th February 2018   £1300

Week 2   10th- 17th February 2018 £1300

Transfers to resort, Accommodation, Food, Lift Pass, Coaching, Fitness, Pastroal Care

This camp will consist of 1 training week prior to 1 week of racing

Children Athletes (U16 & U14)

Week 1    4th-10th February 2018   £1300

Week 2   10th- 17th February 2018 £1300

Transfers to resort, Accommodation, Food, Lift Pass, Coaching, Fitness, Pastoral Care

This camp will consist of 1 training week prior to 1 week of racing. During the race week when athletes are not competing we will be training.

Children Athletes (U12 & U10)

Week 1    4th-10th February 2018   £1300

Week 2   10th- 17th February 2018 £1300

Transfers to resort, Accommodation, Food, Lift Pass, Coaching, Fitness, Pastoral Care

This camp will consist of 1 training week prior to 1 week of racing. During the race week when athletes are not competing we will be training.

We also offer training and race support to athletes that wish to stay in parent’s accommodation as outlier athletes. Spaces for this are dependent on the number of residential athletes that are staying with JR Skiracing. The cost of this is £70 per athlete per day and notice MUST be given prior to the camp commencing to guarantee a training spot.

Bormio

Bormio is an ancient spa town that nestles in the mountains of Northern Italy and is full of rustic charm. The mountain has almost 50km of piste but your pass also covers the nearby ski resorts of Santa Caterina and Valdidentro. Both are linked by a ski bus. The main hill at Bormio has a good mix of open runs at the top and tree lined pistes towards the base. The slopes at Bormio are aimed at intermediate level but there are some beginner runs too.

JR Skiracing chooses Bormio as SnowSport England holds the annual English Alpine Championships there and we feel it is important to support our Home Nation event and to test our athletes against the rest of the British field.

Bormio lies in the northeast of the Lombardy region at the top of the Valtellina, and is a regular stop on the World Cup circuit, where they host a men’s downhill in late December. The Pista Stelvio, named after Stelvio Pass, is one of the most challenging downhill courses in the world. It is second-longest course on the World Cup circuit, behind only the Lauberhorn in Wengen, Switzerland.

For more info on Bromio please click the following link

http://www.bormio.it/english/

If you wish to find out more about the English Alpine Champs please follow the link

http://www.englishalpinechamps.org.uk/