Thanks to our generous NYSSRA sponsors.
Ski Racing Development, based in Vail Colorado is excited to take part in supporting and supplying some of the top junior alpine ski racers in the United States.
The Finest and Fastest Handmade Race Skis Available.
Your One-Stop Shop for Ski Racing Equipment Event Supplies since 1969. Reliable Racing is the NYS Marriott J3 Championships Team Sponsor for 2012. The Jacobs family has supported NYS ski racing for many years. John Jacobs is a coach at West Mt. We are very lucky to have the Jacobs family so committed to our development level ski racing. Please support Reliable Racing. Their store and catalog showroom, Inside Edge Ski is only 5 minutes away from exit 19 of the Adirondack Northway (I-87).
Vicki Papadeas and Robert Dawson have generously supported the Sally Davis Award recipients by supplying J1-2 awards and hosting the reception at our New York State Championships. We are grateful for their support! Thank you Vicki and Robert.
We are grateful to the Glick Family GMC Hyundai Kenworth and UD Dealership as Sponsor of the 2012 NYS Empire Cup Championships and our 2012 NYS J1-2 USSA Finals Team. Liza and Todd enjoy ski racing with their children Skylar and Camryn. Their enthusiasm, commitment and generosity make it possible honor this team.
FIS NJR Eastern Junior Championships Sponsor—Twitchell has sponsored NYS J1-2 Eastern Championship Teams since 2001. Paul and Ingrid Van Slyke, the owners of Twitchell, live in Lake Placid with their two children Maris and Andrew. They have both been involved with ski racing for many years. Paul is a certified coach, FIS TD and USSA Delegate to the FIS. We are very grateful for Twitchell’s commitment to NYSSRA. Twitchell Sportswear provides Team Products, Uniforms, Event and Logo Products, and hard goods for many different sports. Check out their site.
A NYS J1-2 Winners Sponsor, Mud, Sweat & Gears is located in Ellicottville, NY. The store prides itself on being the go-to resource for many area race programs. They are widely known and respected for their dedication, service and continued support of ski racing in our state.
For a hundred years, Rossignol has lived and breathed the Mountain, its reason for existence. An icon of the past and emblem of the present, the brand draws upon its roots and its heritage to build its future. Thanks to Steve Roche at Rossignol for supporting the NYS J4 Team to Marriott J4 Eastern Championships.
Known for their craftsmanship and quality, Harden Furniture is long recognized as one of America’s premier furniture manufacturers. We are proud to have Greg and Lori Harden sponsor the NYS Alpine Elite Team. Thank you Greg and Lori for the many years of generous support.
Once again, the Summer Ski Camp with Ted Ligety and Andrew Weibrecht is taking place at Mount Hood, Oregon from June 23rd through July 5th, 2012. Register soon, space is filling up and the camp is limited!
2012 J3 & J4 Am Can & Can Am Information
Eastern Children’s Committee has added a late season race weekend with Eastern Canada called AmCan’s. This Spring the event will be help at Tremblant, Ont. The Jr4 Can AM will be at Sugarloaf.
Canadian and Eastern coach leader assembled to put together rules for both projects. This information and more will be up on the USSAEast site later this Fall. Please share this with your club coaches.
You will also be able to find this information on our website-Coaches-Bullet #1.
J4 Can-Am event will include a skills assessment day
- The assessment is made up of three drills randomly chosen from a list of six. Our three eastern skills (pole plant, one ski and apex) and their three drills (picket fence, skating and speiss). But they will only see three at the event. The Canadians need to provide more detailed information on their three drills along with video which they have said they will get to us by the first of the year. The athletes will not know until the event which 3 drills have been chosen.
- This year the skills part of the Can-Am does not count towards qualification to any Eastern projects/events.
- There will be two evaluators for each skill station, 1 U.S. and 1 Canadian
- There will be one boy and one girl named as overall champion of the Can-Am and the same with the Am-Can based on a scoring system of 500 which is included in the Rules document.