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October 5, 2018
What: Fall Coaches Meeting Who: ALL LEVELS OF COACHES WELCOME from Tailgunners to Executive Directors When: October 20 & 21 Where: Canmore Nordic Centre Daylodge REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Register HERE Saturday, October 20th 11:30 am – Registration Opens 12:00 pm – Lunch 12:45 pm – Start of Meeting 5:30 pm – Coaches Social (Location TBD)... View Article
June 14, 2018
Canmore, AB – It is with great excitement that Alberta Alpine announces two new additions to the coaching staff for the 2018-19 Alberta Ski Team. Joining Head Coach Darin McBeath are Leslie Firstbrook and Jonas Haehlen, who both bring a fresh perspective to an Alberta Ski Team committed to rebuilding, and promoting high-performance success and... View Article
April 13, 2018
Alberta Alpine is seeking world-class coaches for the Alberta Ski Team. View the detailed job description HERE.
July 5, 2017
Alberta Alpine is pleased to announce Mike White and Jennifer Clarridge will be joining the organization as assistant coaches for the Alpine Insurance Alberta Ski Team. Mike White, most recently the U16 head coach with Calgary Alpine for the past 5 seasons, grew up racing at Fortress, began his coaching career with FAST in 2003... View Article
May 31, 2017
Canmore, Alberta – 45 coaches from AASA member clubs met this past Saturday at the Canmore Nordic Center’ Bill Warren Training Center to debrief the year, and to look forward to the 2017/2018 winter. Highlights of the meetings included ACA’s first presentation of the new Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) pathway that will look to replace the... View Article
October 4, 2016
October 1-2, 2016 – Alberta Alpine’s Annual Fall meetings held this past weekend at Winsport’s Markin MacPhail Conference Center, where over 100 coaches representing Alberta’s 36 clubs met to discuss the future of ski racing in Alberta as well as to conduct annual education and re-licensing. Over the day and half of presentations, we covered a wide range... View Article