37% of active Alpine Ski coaches in Alberta are female. 90% of those female coaches are working in Entry Level Programs and leave the industry after 2 to 3 years. Alberta Alpine is launching a new program for female coaches, the She Can Coach Mentorship Program, and we’re asking clubs to provide us with female… View Article
RENEW YOUR ANNUAL DUES Online dues renewal is open for all members for the 2018-2019 season. If you are a dual or triple member, please register on the CSIA website www.snowpro.com. If you are a single member, please log into your profile at www.canskicoach.org to complete your dues payment for this coming season. If you… View Article
Who: u14, u16, u19, u21 and Masters What: Mandatory face protection (Chin guards) for slalom all AASA sanctioned events and AASA run projects Mandatory back protection for all GS, SG, DH and SX in all AASA sanctioned events and AASA run projects When: 2018-2019 season Please see memorandum below for more details.
Recognizing the Class of 2018 Wednesday, August 22, 2018 (Canmore, Alberta) – For more than 90 years alpine ski racing has crowned champions and supported athletes across Canada. Many of our best have developed their skills in the Canadian Rockies. This is the purpose of the Canadian Rockies Ski Racing Hall of Fame: to recognize… View Article
SAIP stands for “Sport Accident Insurance Policy” Alpine Canada, through their provincial member clubs, provides a number of Sport Accident Insurance Policy (SAIP) options for all its members, including athletes, coaches and general members. All Alberta Alpine FIS athletes receive SAIP, as part of their annual National or International FIS License. Highlights and requirements are… View Article