Entries for 'Keith'

  1. Snow Pro Library Puts PSIA-AASI Resources at Your Fingertips

    Snow Pro Library Puts PSIA-AASI Resources at Your Fingertips

    With PSIA-AASI’s new Snow Pro Library, all of the association’s digital resources can be easily viewed on your computer, or on your smartphone/tablet as part of a free app for Apple, Android, and Kindle Fire users. The magazine and catalog are, of c...
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  2. Website Update, World’s Largest Lesson, Ski Train Returns + Ski Texas!

    Website Update, World’s Largest Lesson, Ski Train Returns + Ski Texas!

    If you need to access anything at www.snowpros.org, please do it today as the site will be down all day Tuesday, Sept. 13 for maintenance. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Member Services at 1.844.340.SNOW (7669). Thanks for patience.

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  3. PSIA Alpine Team Member Dustin Dyar Asks: ‘How Do You Teach Movement Patterns?’

    PSIA Alpine Team Member Dustin Dyar Asks: ‘How Do You Teach Movement Patterns?’

    PSIA Alpine Team member Dustin Dyar recently posted a video titled, ‘The Backwards Bicycle Brain,’ on the PSIA-AASI Community Forum to get snow pros talking about how to change movement patterns.

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  4. Building a Better Women’s Ski: Alpine Team’s Brenna Kelleher Reports from Portillo

    Building a Better Women’s Ski: Alpine Team’s Brenna Kelleher Reports from Portillo

    New PSIA-AASI Alpine Team member Brenna Kelleher just returned from Chile’s Ski Portillo and an exclusive women’s ski camp with PSIA-AASI Official Supplier Blizzard/Tecnica.

    While she was there, Kelleher shared photos and video on PSIA-AASI’s Instagram account. The main goal of the trip—which Kelleher shared with Blizzard/Tecnica staff and four other accomplished female skiers—was to discuss women’s alpine equipment, and also what women enjoy most about skiing.

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  5. Epic Schoolkids, Magic Mountain, Apex Boots + Sports Insurance

    Epic Schoolkids, Magic Mountain, Apex Boots + Sports Insurance

    While not officially found on back-to-school supply lists, a must-have for all elementary school-aged children is the Epic SchoolKids Colorado Pack, providing 16 free days of skiing and snowboarding at Vail Resorts properties in Colorado.

    The 2016-2017 Epic Schoolkids Colorado Pack includes four free days each at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone, as well as one free first-timer ski or snowboard lesson with free equipment rental.

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  6. Can-Am Instructor Summit, Ligety’s Lessons, Snowless Skiing + World Cup Volunteers

    Can-Am Instructor Summit, Ligety’s Lessons, Snowless Skiing + World Cup Volunteers

    Breaking News: You can be a part of history at the Can-Am Instructor Training Summit at the world class Sun Valley resort. At this innovative new skiing summit you can ski the very best, including 10 members of the Canadian and PSIA-AASI Alpine instruction teams. This brand new event is scheduled to take place January 19th to the 21st. Space is limited so sign up now to guarantee your participation in this international training opportunity.

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  7. PSIA-AASI Community Talks Skiing Moguls!

    PSIA-AASI Community Talks Skiing Moguls!

    Talking about how to ski the bumps may get more play than conversations about hitting the gates, or even how to perfect riding in powder. So it should come as no surprise that over the past week a spirited conversation about moguls has developed on the PSIA-AASI Community.

    To kick it off, Tim Hodgson posted a video about bump skiing from U.S. Olympic Mogul Gold Medalist Jonny Moseley, and one titled, ‘Canadian Moguls Skiing Pt 1 which asks, “What is it about the moguls that keeps us coming back for more?”

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  8. Achieve Your Professional Development Goals: Getting Your Level III

    Achieve Your Professional Development Goals: Getting Your Level III

    Why do PSIA-AASI members work so hard for their Level III certification? Because it represents the pinnacle of their profession, combining everything they have learned with what they contribute to the sport.

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  9. Vail Buys Whistler, Pierini to Kirkwood, What Makes U.S. Resorts Unique + GEICO

    Vail Buys Whistler, Pierini to Kirkwood, What Makes U.S. Resorts Unique + GEICO

    Vail Resorts, Inc., and Whistler Blackcomb Holdings, Inc., today announced that they have entered into a strategic business combination joining Whistler Blackcomb with Vail Resorts. Under the transaction, Vail Resorts would acquire 100 percent of the stock of Whistler Blackcomb for $1.4 billion.

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  10. New Equipment Rules, Wireless Technology, Saudi Snow + Career Center

    New Equipment Rules, Wireless Technology, Saudi Snow + Career Center

    Recent equipment rules changes from the International Ski Federation (FIS) could impact how young skiers train, and what kind of equipment they need to purchase for the upcoming season.

    According to SkiRacing.com, a USSA Congress held last May in Park City, discussed how to amend the USSA equipment matrix to be more in line with the new regulations. As it stands, the new rules dictate that the minimum radiuses for USSA giant slalom are now 30 meters for men and 25 meters for women.

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