What is Track Attack?
The Track Attack program is a program designed for skiers who are usually between the ages of 9 and 13. The focus of the program is to help participants become technically competent cross-country skiers and use their skills to explore a wide range of ski activities. This program is for youth committed to improving their skiing and fitness and who want an introduction to training and racing within the province.
The Track Attack program is for youth intermediate in age and experience between those in our Jackrabbit Program and our Nordic Race Team. If you are uncertain which program is suitable for your child, check out the pages for the other two programs and / or contact the program coordinators.
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What are the requirements to join Track Attack?
- Enthusiastic about cross-country skiing.
- Fit enough to be active for approximately 1.5 hours.
- Willing to ski for approximately 5 kilometres.
- Willing to try new things and have fun.
What equipment is mandatory for Track Attack?
- Boots – combi boots (skate and classic) are acceptable
- Skis – 1 pair classic skis and 1 pair skate skis
- Poles – 1 pair classic length poles, 1 pair skate length poles and 1 pair ski striding poles for dryland training
- Drink Belt
- Head Lamp – for those dark December and January sessions
- Rock Skis – while not mandatory, they can be useful for early and late season training
- Clothing – suitable for all types of weather
What are the Track Attack program fees and what are they used for?
- $350 for the season. ($250 for athletes registered in the Regina Ski Club Biathlon Program.)
- Approximately nine months of group training sessions three times a week.
- Coaching support at in-province races.
- Ski waxing at in-province races.
- Race suit from the Regina Ski Club inventory (to be returned at the end of the season).
Track Attack Documents and Links
How to Register
Register online at Zone4.ca
Track Attack Race Schedule
The RSC Track Attack Race team will compete in many of these provincial races. In addition to local and out-of-province races, special events and camps may be attended throughout the year. Refer to Preparing for the Season – Coach and Parent Meeting Presentation for further details.