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February 12 is NWT Ski Day and Costume Ski!
Looking for French coaches!
Bonjour mes chers coachs bilingues, (English follows)
L’activité pourrait durer environ 2 h – 3 h, avec une partie apprentissage des bases et une autre balade à ski par exemple, mais ils sont ouverts aux suggestions quant au déroulement de la session. Ils proposeront ensuite des collations et boissons chaudes aux participants.
Après discussion avec le ski club, il y aurait une disponibilité pour l’organiser le dimanche 5 février prochain. Seriez-vous intéressés pour animer cette activité? N’hésite pas à revenir vers Lisa (en copie) pour tout renseignement complémentaire.
The activity could last about 2 – 3 hours. During the first half, the participants will learn the basics and during the other half, they can go for a ski on the trails, for example, but the organizers are open to suggestions as to how the session should be run. They will then offer snacks and hot drinks to the participants.
After discussion with the ski club, this activity could possibly be run on Sunday, February 5th. Would you be interested in leading this activity? Don’t hesitate to communicate with Lisa (cc’d) for any further information.
World Snow Day Success!
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SKIGO BINGO Round 2 is here!
SKIGO BINGO Round 1 a Success!
New Adult Ski lessons!
Date: Saturday January 14, Sunday January 22, and Sunday January 29
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Cost: $80 (+ $30 in trail fees if you are a non-member. If you are renting equipment from Overlander Sports, non-member trail fees are waived.)
This is a foundation-building course for people comfortable on skis but who want to improve their technique and become more comfortable on hills.
World Snow Day – January 15th!
Calling all coaches!
Friday evening (exact time TBD) 3 hrs
Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 9am – 1pm
Pre-reading will be shared with participants approximately a week before the course. Participants are expected to bring a laptop or other device with the materials downloaded for the classroom portion. For the on-snow portion, you’ll need your skis and warm clothing – and you’ll be required to deliver a 10-15 min technique development session (more information about this will also follow closer to the course date).
In Competition Coaching Introduction (CCI-L2T) coaches develop skills to deliver a well-rounded program for athletes aged 9-12 years old. The emphasis is on skill development within a fun, team-oriented environment that develops a passion for the lifelong health and fitness benefits of cross-country skiing.
On snow workshop: This 16.5-hour in-person workshop is delivered by your Division. Topics include:
-supporting athletes at a competition
-how to effectively teach intermediate-level ski technique
CCI (L2T) dryland workshop is a prerequisite. There are twelve (12) spots available in this course.
Trail Navigation Committee
Do you have ideas on how we can improve the orientation and navigation of our ski trails? The Yellowknife Ski Club is forming a Trail Navigation Committee to make our trails easier to navigate! If you are interested in joining this committee, email Alyssa at email@example.com