Event Location: Sugarloaf Mountain
Event Date: Monday, February 6th
- 9:00am – 9:30am check-in
- 9:30am -11am – On-snow training
- 11am-12pm – Lunch Break (provide your own)
- 12-2pm – On-snow training continued
- 2-3pm – Wrap-up
*Lift Tickets will be provided to all Athletes and Coaches!*
First Come First Serve Housing Opportunity! (Extremely Limited Space at Adaptive Outdoor Education Center) (2 Rooms Available)
The AOEC has put together a great hospitality package (optional) for $40/night for those that would like to travel in on the 5th that includes overnight accommodations (provide your own linens), dinner (2/5) and breakfast (2/6). Hospitality fee due at check-in on January 5th. For more information or interests in this opportunity email Mike Littlefield (MikeL@somaine.org)
Optional Sugarloaf Hotel Room Accommodations
Call 1-800-THE-LOAF and they will setup you up at the best rate. The Nightly rate with Breakfast for two and taxes is $257.00
Alpine Skiing Coach Certification Course Registration
Special Olympics Maine and the Adaptive Outdoor Education Center (AOEC) are partnering together to provide a comprehensive off and on snow training for Special Olympics Maine Alpine Skiing Coaches at Sugarloaf Mountain on February 6th.
Complete the information below to register your Delegation’s Alpine Ski Coaches who need to join us and get certified to become Alpine Ski Head Coaches! This registration form will allow you to register 9 Coaches (including HOD and Alpine Head Coach). A check box has been added to each coach registrant to reflect them attending the Coaches training or not. *Delegations are responsible for providing enough staff support for their Athletes while on and off the mountain.*
Alpine Skiing Training Day with CVA!
This day is an open training day for Athletes who participate in Special Olympics Maine’s Alpine skiing competitions during its annual Winter Games. Alpine Athletes will be paired with Alpine Skiing students from Carrabassett Valley Academy who will take them through the courses at their specific levels. Students and CVA Instructors will provide Alpine Skiing education that Athletes and Coaches can use in future training sessions and competitions to help improve their skills!
*Delegations are responsible for providing enough staff support for their Athletes while on and off the mountain.*
Use the Alpine Skiing Criteria assessment found in the Alpine Skiing Rules & Regulations, www.somaine.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/SOMaine-Alpine-Skiing-Rules-Regulations-2016.pdf, to determine your athlete’s Ability Level. All Alpine Skiing athletes are required to provide their own equipment which must include an FIS Rated/stickered helmet.
You will need the following information to complete this registration process:
o HOD Name, Email & Cell Phone
o Head Alpine Skiing Head Coach Name, Email & Cell Phone
o Assistant Alpine Skiing Coaches Names & Cell Phone
o Athlete: Name, Date of Birth, Ski Ability Level