Mini World Cup Awards:
Most Valuable Person: Leo Molter, Paige DeHart
Most Improved: Colin MacGuffie, Tanner Lee
Coaches Award: Jesse Keefe, Chloe Vogel
Mini World Individual and Team Overall Results
World Cup Teams and Individual 2015 Points.xlsx
Mini World Cup Skills Test March 8 on Hemingway
2015 Mini WC Skills Test Results.xls
Mini World Cup Skills Test February 28 on Hemingway
2015 Mini WC SG Boys and Girls Results.xls
Mini World Cup SL January 25, 2015 on Otto's
2015 Mini WC SL Results.xls
Mini World Cup GS January 4, 2015 on Cozy 2015 Mini WC GS Boys and Girls Results.xls
U-12 Home Description 2014-15
Year of birth 2003 - 2005
Team Philosophy - We want the kids to develop a love of the sport of skiing most importantly. This program is an introduction to ski racing. They will improve and sharpen their skills and fundamentals so they can move to the next team with a good foundation.
Skiing - 3 days per week - Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday beginning in December and running through March
- As per the USSA recommendations - approx. 60% free skiing and 40% training gates
- Christmas Camp begins on Dec. 21st - we will have 10 days during that time.
- When available and appropriate, we will have late Dollar training on Wed.
Races - Mini World Cup series, Sun Valley North Series race (Monroe Cup) and Rotarun races
- 2003 and 2004's may travel to other North Series races
- 2005's can qualify for the travel races by placing in the top 5 of the Mini World Cup prior to each travel race. * No alternates
- 2005's will race and train Stubbie slalom
Dryland Training - 3 days per week - Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
- Time - 4 pm to 5:30 pm
- Monday - Hike/Game
- Wednesday - Core, Push-ups, Plyo's/Game
- Thursday - ABC's/Game
- Physical assessments to be done the first week of dryland - Mon, Tues,Wed and Thurs 4 pm to 5:30 pm to accommodate the other sports practices. If you are on another sports team, please show up on one of these days to get assessed. You can refer to the document at the top of the page that says "Click U 12 Travel and Home Dryland 2013" for the fitness evaluation.
Cubbies will be provided in the ski team training center to store their equipment
SVSEF U-12 Home and Travel General Recommended Equipment List
Good Ski Pants (with full side zippers if you choose to have a race suit)
Race suit (optional for U12 Home, not mandatory)
Ski Socks and long underwear
Mittens or warm gloves
Hand warmers and Neck gaiter for cold days
Helmet (Race specific so you can attach a chin guard for slalom) – recommended
Goggles with double lenses
Pole guards for slalom (U10 kids will not need these yet for stubbies)
Slalom shin guards
Ski boots that flex easily in cold weather - SOFT Flex
Skis – U12 Home - one pair of skis (Ski companies make a ski that is a GS with a slalom sidecut that can be leased) measuring to the top of the head area. These can be used for Slalom and GS when you buy or lease one pair of skis for the year. If you choose to have 2 pair, for slalom measuring in the forehead area and for GS, they should measure at the top of the head or an inch higher than their head. When we have our speed training and racing weekend, you can lease a pair of skis for the week. It is not necessary to buy Super G skis.
Skis - U12 Travel - Slaloms - Measuring top of nose to top of head - forehead area
GS - Top of head to an inch or 2 higher than head
*If you want to have a play pair of skis, it is okay but not necessary with the U-12 team. Suggestion would be to lease a used pair of twin tips. One pair is the recommendation.
* Call if you have any questions Adele 720-3455 or Tor 721-3084