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Click Here To Download Our Winter 2013-14 PC Freestyle Registration Form


The Four branches of PC FREE

1. Development

For the athletes 13 and younger, this group trains one or two days a week and is encouraged to also sign up for night ski training. The Development Team focuses on basic turning techniques and familiarizes the athlete with catching air and learning to jib rails. The Development Team skis the whole mountain and the smaller parks with emphasis on fun. As the athletes bounce back and forth within all our focus groups (freeride, moguls and big mountain), they become well rounded in all mountain skiing and learn what our upper level programs have to offer. Once they have perfected carving skills, air awareness and want to take it to a competitive level, we will move the athlete to the specific focus group of their choice.

2. Halfpipe/Freeride Team

This focus group is a designed for the athlete that wants to focus on the halfpipe and terrain park. Intermountain and USSA have put forth a lot of effort to host many local halfpipe and slopestyle competitions. With certified coaches, athletes will emphasize their time on improving skills on rails, tabletops, gaps, and the halfpipe. Whether the athlete chooses to compete or not, this team will increase your air awareness and overall skill in and out of the terrain park.

3. Mogul Team

This focus group is designed for the athlete that wants to perfect their mogul skiing or focus on competing in mogul and dual mogul competitions. PC FREE is one of the biggest and best moguls programs in the United States. We have helped put 5 athletes in the past five years onto the US Ski Team. We focus on carving skills, body stance, pole plants, vision and then how to take flight in the moguls and land safely.

4. Big Mountain Team

Last year this focus group was a great success. The group focuses on skiing the whole mountain. From top to bottom the athlete will learn how to read lines, weather, snow patterns, to launch big drops, and end up with the ability to ski any peak nonstop. This team will get the younger athletes ready for competition. For the older athlete it is a way to learn the skills needed to compete with the big boys. Also the team will get the opportunity to learn avalanche safety and what is needed to survive in the backcountry. This program is also good for the athlete who is looking into becoming a ski patrol. For those interested in competition, the IFSA (International Free Skiing Association) has created the Junior Freeskiing Tour for ages 12-14 and 15-17. The Big Mountain Team will prepare the athlete to compete on a national level, while educating them on how to become a strong and smart Big Mountain skier.
“The creation of the JFT will help legitimize junior athletes’ involvement in the sport of freeskiing and help them prepare for the Freeskiing World Tour. There is no doubt the JFT will be the breeding ground of future freeskiing stars and heavy hitters of the big screen.” Jim Jack president IFSA


Programs to sign up for

Full Time Team (Freeride or Moguls)

This program is for the avid competitor who is dedicated to their sport of freestyle. The Full Time Team will focus on perfecting their skills to progress in moguls, freeride and halfpipe. Team members’ train and ski the mountain five days a week. On contest weeks the team will train the day before the contest at the designated venue. On training weeks, Wednesday will be considered competition focus and will end the day with video review of two mock competition runs. The team will also focus on Big Mountain, Terrain Park, Big Air, and just plan shredding. The team consists of athletes 13 and older.

Full Time Team (Freeride or Moguls) - 13 and older.
Tuesday

12-4 @ PCMR

Wednesday

12-4 @ PCMR

Thursday

12-4 @ PCMR

Saturday

9:30-3:30 @ PCMR

Sunday

9:30-3:30 @ PCMR


Weekend Competitive Team (Freeride or Moguls)

This program is dedicated to the athlete with other responsibilities. The weekend warriors will train with the full time team and focus their time on becoming contest ready. On contest weeks the athlete will receive full time benefits with day before contest training and video review. This is an opportunity for the part time athlete to reach full time goals.

Weekend Competitive Team (Freeride or Moguls)
Saturday

9:30-3:30 @ PCMR

Sunday

9:30-3:30 @ PCMR


2 Days a Week (Freeride, Big Mountain, or Moguls)

With two days a week, these athletes will train on Saturday and Sunday in the area of focus that they choose. All of our athletes get a chance to train with our elite coaches in the areas of freeride, moguls and big mountain. As they bounce back and forth in the moguls, freeride parks and halfpipe and take these skills to the upper mountain. These athletes progress quicker and become strong all mountain skiers.

2 Days a Week (Freeride, Big Mountain, or Moguls)
Saturday

9:30-3:30 @ PCMR

Sunday

9:30-3:30 @ PCMR


1 Day a Week (Freeride, Big Mountain, or Moguls)

With one day a week, these athletes will train on Saturday or Sunday in the area of focus that they choose. This is a great way to see what PC FREE is all about. All of our athletes get a chance to train with our elite coaches in the areas of freeride, moguls and big mountain. As they bounce back and forth in the moguls, freeride parks, halfpipe and take these skills to the upper mountain. These athletes progress quicker and become strong all mountain skiers.

2 Days a Week (Freeride, Big Mountain, or Moguls)
Saturday or Sunday

9:30-3:30 @ PCMR


Team Additions

PC FREE is trying to give all the opportunities needed to have their athletes accomplish all their goals.

Team Additions
Monday Night

Black Diamond Gym 7:45-9:00 PM (starting Nov. 7st)

Tuesday & Thursday Nights

PCMR 5:30-8:00 PM (starting Dec. 27th)

Wednesday & Friday Nights

UOP Wed.- 5:30-6:00 PM Fri.- 6-8 (starting early Dec.)


PC Freestyle Concussion Policy and PC Freestyle Code of Conduct

Any and all fees paid to the Park City Freestyle Skiing Education are non refundable.

Click Here To Download Our Winter 2013-14 PC Freestyle Registration Form

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Hello Everybody,

2013-2014 Winter Registration Information is now up! Check it out! Click Here

If you have any questions feel free to call,
Mick Berry - Director/Head Coach
Park City Freestyle Ski Team
P.O. Box 982857
Park City, UT. 84098

(c) 435.640.8752
(f)  435.645.6225


 
 
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