What is Track Attack?
The Track Attack program is a program designed for skiers who are turning 9 to 13 years old by December 31st at start of season. The focus of the program is to help participants become technically competent Nordic 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.
Track Attack will promote teamwork and personal interaction skills. In the fall, athletes will learn the basics of off season training through activities including: introduction to roller skiing, hiking, running, ski striding, body weight strength training, balance/agility and games. On snow, athletes will develop and refine classic and skate skiing techniques.
Go to Regina Ski Club 2023-2024 on Zone4 to register.
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 kilometers.
- Willing to try new things and have fun.
What are the Track Attack program fees and what are they used for?
- $400.00 per season (Fall and Onsnow Programming).
- Add $50.00 for Spring Programming (May and June)
- Deduct $100 for Biathlon Canada Members
- Additional fees apply for supporting races, clothing, camps, ski equipment, other activities.
- Approximately seven months of group training sessions two to 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).
- Part time paid coaching and trained parent coach volunteers.
The Track Attack program is led by staff and volunteers of Regina Ski Club:
Scott Brunskill NCCP# 6051156, Regina Ski Club Track Attack Head Coach
Mr. David Brock, Regina Ski Club – Nordic Youth Governance Director [email protected]