2010 Senior Nationals

JUNIOR & SENIOR TRIPS

Senior Nationals 2010SENIOR NATIONALS: Rumford, Maine
December 31, 2010 – January 9, 2011
Open to: Far West Junior National Qualified J1 and older, and all Far West Senior Team
Sign-up Deadline: December 21, 2010

This full-tilt racing trip is open to Far West JO Qualified Juniors, J1 (please talk to your coach for confirmation) or older, plus all Far West Seniors. It is 10 days long with 4 days of top-notch ski racing and competition with the best skiers in the country. This trip is the ideal proving ground for athletes to see how they stack up with the best in the US. It is also the event where athletes qualify for the USST J1 Scandinavian Trip- held in Sweden this year, and for the USST World Juniors (age 18-19) or U-23 (age 20-23) Championships- held in Estonia this year.


UTAH SUPER JOQ – Soldier Hollow
January 26 – 30, 2011
Open to: Far West athletes age 13 or older wishing for top-notch race experience. 
Sign-up Deadline: January 16, 2011; Sign Up Early, as this trip will Fill Up Quickly!

This is one of the most anticipated trips of the year for the Juniors. It combines hard, extremely competitive racing on the trails of the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics in Soldier Hollow with a really fun excursion to Utah. We will leave on Wednesday afternoon (after school), a quick stay-over in eastern Nevada, and then head to Midway, Utah to check out the trails. Friday and Saturday will feature racing against the finest nordic skiers in the entire Western United States. This is THEIR JOQ (not ours), but we learn a lot from racing the best, and the excitement is infectious. Saturday afternoon is reserved for Tubing or Crater-Swimming, or just hanging out. Return is first-thing Sunday morning, back in Truckee by early evening.

Coaches will include Mark Nadell, Ben Grasseschi, Jeff Schloss, and Chelsea Holmes

Whether you’re an elite Junior Olympian or a young, first-time (serious) racer, this is an important trip for all ages of junior skiers (13 and over).


Details on our Junior Camps page