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Registration for the 2017-2018 season is up!
Bag Jump training Schedule!
SQUAWFREE TEAM ORIENTATION
Saturday Oct. 21st. @10 am.
Orientation will be coupled with a fun ramp and dryland Training session at Granlibakken. We will discuss all the old and new things to know (complete team roster, team rules, locker room rules, scheduling, meet the coaches, expectations, and much more). Registration forms will be available along with team clothing. We will also be announcing the raffle winners from this spring. After orientation we will hold a free ramp, tramp, and dryland training session with all our coaches for all those that can attend.
When: Saturday October 21st.
Location: 725 Granlibakken Road, Tahoe City, 96145.
Located next to the entrance of the ropes course.
Walk up the dirt road on the left.
**Look for SquawFree team sign at ropes course to guide
you. Please park in the dirt lot to right of the ropes course.
Time: Orientation 10:00 - 11:30
Ramp training 12pm to 2:30pm.
Bring: water, food, helmet, boots, skis, back protector, mouth guard.
ORIENTATION IS OUTSIDE!
Ramping will also be available on Sunday October 22 for training 10am to 2:00pm
2017.2018 SQUAWFREE TEAM REGISTRATION
SquawFree Bag Jump Ramp and Trampoline Training Schedule
*(new ramp date!) September 30, Oct 1
Nov. 4th, 5th
more dates to come depending on weather.
Woodward Training Starts Nov 3rd.
WELCOME TO SQUAWFREE
We are the Squaw Valley Freestyle and Freeride Team, aka SquawFree, a non-profit foundation designed to instruct athletes in proper freestyle, freeride, and freeskiing techniques. Our coaching staff is certified to teach all areas of skiing, from fundamentals to the most advanced aerial maneuvers. The team trains everywhere at Squaw Valley, from the mogul course, to the park, the steeps and the groomers.
We take pride in our program's freeskiing foundation because we believe it helps our athletes to become stronger all-around-skiers. In an effort to encourage a well rounded program we also require all junior athletes to practice skiing moguls. Our philosophy stands that being a great skier means being able to rip the entire mountain, from top to bottom.
Young athletes who are interested in only freeskiing, and have no interest in building their freestyle and freeride skills are encouraged to explore some of the other ski teams that Squaw Valley has to offer.
Squaw Valley is a very unique place in that the expert terrain offered here is one of a kind. With new facets emerging in skiing, Squawfree has created a Freeskiing Team to complement our Freestyle and Freeride program. We have some of the best free skiers in the country coaching our program and their experience and knowledge is unsurpassed.
SquawFree is very proud to have produced several pioneers in the sport from World Cup Champions, to Olympians and US Ski Team Members. They are shining examples of what can be possible with hard work, dedication, and a positive attitude!
» More information about our programs here!
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