Dryland Conditioning Program
Drylane Conditioning Program Icon It all begins with physical and mental conditioning. Join us for this exciting experience ranging from mountain biking, hiking, track work, trail running, and weight lifting amongst other fun activities. Dryland runs daily from 4:00-5:15pm September through November.
Race Form Equipment Pricing
Race-Form Equipment Pricing Icon All the world-class, race-stock equipment you can imagine! Anyone on the team will benefit from this privilege. Rossignol, Fischer, Volkl, Marker, Nordica, Tecnica, Lange, etc. All race orders go in during the latter part of October during our Dryland season.
On-Snow Training
On-Snow Training Icon Now we shift to SNOW! The intensity of the program picks up with a couple of pre-season training camps held at Copper Mountain, CO around Halloween. We then move into daily gate training at Eldora Mountain Resort at the beginning of November from 8:30-10:30am. Our primary focus is on the technical events: Giant Slalom and Slalom, although Super G and Downhill are also an option. There is a heavy emphasis on video analysis.
Race/Race Results Icon While we continue training daily from late November through mid-April, we are also racing on all the weekends and sometimes during the week. Our race series ranges from various sanctioning bodies such as: FIS, FIS-U, FIS-J, to USSA and USCSA (College). We also race in the USCSA Western Regional Championships during the mid part of February. This program has captured the USCSA Rocky Mountain Conference Championship title for 14 consecutive years.
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When not racing, the team trains daily at Eldora Mountain Resort (30 minutes from Campus). Training consists of Slalom, Giant Slalom, and some Super G with a heavy emphasis on Video Analysis. A majority of our training and race season focuses on the technical events (SL/GS), but there are select Super G and Downhill races as well.

USCSA Ski Team at the University of Colorado Mission Statement: To provide an opportunity for the students of this University to continue or begin ski racing after high school, even if they are not Varsity caliber athletes; all ability levels are welcome. This program is designed as a stepping stone for building character, friendships, improving team skills, time management skills, physical fitness, mental focus, and attaining goals.