This camp is for FIS athletes. This includes athletes who will be entering FIS racing during the 2022-23 season.  The camp is open to all athletes who are birth year 2006 and older.  The coach to athlete ration will be 1:4 and the number of participants is limited to guarantee high level training.

Camp participants will need, downhill skis, super G skis and a GS ski.  The focus will be on advanced speed skill development.  This will include downhill training , advanced jumping and terrain tactics and techniques, and specific high speed elements that our coaches have encountered on the World Cup.  This is not an entry level camp, participants are expected to have raced speed in the past and are comfortable on skis with a 50 meter turning radius.

What is included:  5 days on hill including 2 Super G training days, 2 DH training days plenty of  high speed terrain elements mixed in.  We will have daily video analysis and will bring out the timer when warranted.  The crew will also run afternoon dryland sessions each day.  These will be led by our World Cup athletes.

What is not included:  This is a day camp style so the athletes will have to find their own lodging and prepare their own meals.

Specific times:  The first day on snow will be Friday, May 14.  The lifts at Mammoth generally spin at 7:30 for the athletes this time of year.  Training sessions will generally end around noon.  We will reconvene for dryland at 3pm. which will last anywhere from 1-2 hours.  Video analysis will be done when convenient.  On the last day of training May 18th the camp will conclude when we leave the hill around noon.

Coaching Staff:  As always our camps are coached by people who have participated in the highest level of our sport.  Confirmed coaches for this camp are World Cup champions and Olympians Daron Rahlves, Alice McKennis, Dane Spencer, Marco Sullivan and more to be determined.

Cost:  $1500 per athlete with an IKON pass.  If you do not have an IKON pass the cost is $1710.

Registration for this camp will open on Valentines Day, February 14th at 6:30 PM PST.  This time is significant because it is 30 minutes beofore the start of the women’s Olympic downhill race.  Ideally you can register for camp and then settle in to watch the fastest women in the world compete for the gold.  Please check back in to this page at that time to register