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Jane Campbell Morrison has been selected to take on the role of Chief Executive Officer of Snowsport Scotland from July 2013. Jane comes from a skiing and sailing background. Having started to ski with her family in Canada, aged 3 years old, she went on to take part in various training camps to improve ...
With the Huntly Rollerski Sprints and the Clashindarroch Hill Climb taking place this weekend (25-26th May), the Huntly Nordic Ski Club have published a newsletter with a round up of the year including features on some of the international success enjoyed by Scottish competitors and updates on Andrew Musgrave ...
This season saw the British Snow Tour being updated to be able to include all UK freeski and snowboard events in a similar concept to the World Snowboard and Association of Freeskiing Professionals tours. Events are awarded a star ranking based on the environment and number of competitors, with the best 4 ...
Alpine Training Centre\'s (ATC) October Alpine Camp has been announced and will run from 5th - 26th October (for 1, 2 or 3 weeks) in Hintertux, Austria and is open to all. The camp is set to be lots of fun and have excellent high quality coaching! The coaching team is headed up by former Olympians Andy ...
Results are now online for the Scottish Indoor Freestyle Championships which took place at Snow Factor on the 11th May 2013. On the ladies side, Vaila Chapman and Molly Summerhayes took 1st place in the Snowboard and Ski sections respectively. Meanwhile, Matt McCormick took gold for his snowboarding efforts in the ...
British Ski & Snowboard (BSS) are conducting a review of the British Children\'s team and are looking for feedback from coaches, athletes, parents, club managers etc. Please see below for links to two survey monkey questionnaires which provide more information about the review along with a short questionnaire ...
The Scottish Juniors Alpine Development Group AGM will take place on Saturday 15th June at Bellahouston ski club. SJADG is open to any skier who is U/18 or U/21 and who wants to continue skiing as a racer, for pleasure or to develop as a coach/ instructor. The meeting will start at 5.30 pm and information will be ...
From the 12-26th October the FAST Camp will run in Tignes offering the chance to train on a variety of pistes for Under 16 and Under 14 age groups. For more information see the attached FAST Camp Letter & Flyer .
The Scottish Junior Alpine Development Group (SJADG) training camp to Tignes will take place from 11th- 20th October and will give trainees 8 days of race training. The camp is open to all Junior skiers and affords excellent preparation for the 2013-14 season. We are delighted to have Kenny Morton, former British ...
Plans are already in place for the 2014 Combined Scottish Camp in Bormio supported by Scottish Juniors, FAST, Muckart, LSRA, Gordon Skiers, & SSC. The camp will run from 14th Feb to 22nd February for Under 10s through to Under 16s. For full information click here .
The club scene is the heartbeat of Snowsports in Scotland and is the perfect place to start getting involved in all aspects of Snowsports. Dont be shy, contact your local club today!
There are between 30 and 40 clubs. Many of the original clubs which formed the organisation in 1963 are still active and involved in the running of the organisation. The clubs offer a wide range of facilities, opportunities and activities that are shown on the pages linked to this one. Individuals from the member clubs carry out many of the functions of Snowsport Scotland by contributing to race organisation and various committees.
All of the clubs offer different opportunities for their members and some clubs represent particular interests. Certain clubs have their own facilities for use by their members; these range from a garage/workshop for ski maintenance; a hut at one or more of the snow resorts and some have their own artificial slopes.
Benefits for members of clubs affiliated to Snowsport Scotland include worldwide civil liability insurance, discount winter sports insurance, access to Snowsport Scotland courses and eligibility to participate in Club and National ski races.
Aberdeen Snowsports Club
Angus Ski Club
Arbroath Ski Club
Ayrshire Junior Snowsports Club
Bathgate Ski Club
Bearsden Ski Club
Blairgowrie Ski Club
Braemar Ski Club
British Nordic Development Squad
Cairngorm Biathlon and Nordic Ski Club
Cairngorm Ski Club
Cairngorm Snowboard Club
Clarkston Snowsports Club
Dundee Ski Club
Edinburgh Ski Club
Glasgow Ski Club
Glasgow Ski Racing
Glencoe Ski Club
Huntly Nordic Ski Club
Inverness Backcounttry Ski Club
Lothian Ski Racing Association
Muckhart and District Snowsports Club
Perth Ski Club
RAF Biathlon & Nordic Ski Club
Royal High School Ski Club
Scottish Ski Club
Scottish Telemark Club
Scottish Visually Impaired Skiers
Snow Factor Racing
Speed Ski GB
Strathclyde Police Recreation Association
Teen Xtreme Team
Western Track Ski Club
White Eagles Alpine Club
Please note that this information may change from time to time.