Programs

U12

By the start of this stage, skiers should have acquired a variety of fundamental and technical motor skills. The child begins to consolidate his technical skills while having fun participating in various ski racing events, including slalom, giant slalom and kombi. Skiers begin to understand how to execute dynamic and athletic turns in a variety of training and competition environments, including events in duels and in teams.

U12 PROGRAM 2022-23

U14

The “Training to Train” stage is the starting point for many opportunities, including transferring acquired skills, on the way to the podium or transitioning into the “Ski for Life” stage. The focus of the skiers in the “Training to Train” stage is on the transfer of basic techniques and basic tactical skills in a competitive environment. Skiers experience a variety of essential racing elements from start to finish, including terrain movement and glide. Racers are gradually introduced to ski cross speed and training to develop their skills in these areas.

U14 PROGRAM 2022-23

U16

The “Training to Train” stage is the starting point for many opportunities, including transferring acquired skills, on the way to the podium or transitioning into the “Ski for Life” stage. The focus of the skiers in the “Training to Train” stage is on the transfer of basic techniques and basic tactical skills in a competitive environment. Skiers experience a variety of essential racing elements from start to finish, including terrain movement and glide. Racers are gradually introduced to ski cross speed and training to develop their skills in these areas.

U16 PROGRAM 2022-23

FIS U18/U21

The onset of the “Training to Compete” stage depends on ski skill and fitness, growth and maturation. Runners at this point have completed their teenage growth spurt. In the “Train to Compete” stage, skiers hone their technique and tactics by training and competing in various events, including downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, super combined, alpine team competition and ski cross.

U18/U21 FIS PROGRAM 2022-23

CJP U18/U21

The onset of the “Training to Compete” stage depends on ski skill and fitness, growth and maturation. Runners at this point have completed their teenage growth spurt. In the “Train to Compete” stage, skiers hone their technique and tactics by training and competing in various events, including downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, super combined, alpine team competition and ski cross.

U18/U21 CJP PROGRAM 2022-23

Laurentien College Academy

Supervise the U12/U14 during the school year with a flexible schedule to benefit from the advantages of the mountains and thus increase the volume/quality of training on snow. Allow local residents of Mont-Tremblant to take advantage of the proximity between the mountain and the school. Take advantage of the support offered by Laurentian College in order to maintain a high academic standard while respecting the school attendance requirements requested by the Ministry of Education. Benefit from a training structure focused on long-term development planning (2-4 years)

Laurentien College Academy Program 2022-23

The Alpin Canada Development Program

Skier development is a long-term process. Ski racing is an early exposure, late specialization sport with the first exposures to skiing occurring at a young age. Early exposure will aid in building the required solid fundamental skiing skills and movement skills to build an athletic ski racer whom after many years of hard work will have the best chance to obtain podium performances in adulthood.

The Alpin Canada Development Program
Mont Tremblant Ski Club
1000, Chemin Des Voyageurs
Mont-Tremblant, QC, Canada
J8E1T1

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