Nordic Competition Team

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The Competition Team is designed for skiers who are traveling to races who are committed to training and improving their skiing on technical and competitive levels. The goal of the program is encourage each skier to commit to a goal and embrace the process.

The process is fun and involves being outside with your friends, climbing mountains, skiing beautiful trails, and playing games. The curriculum incorporates a block training program to ensure endurance capacity, strength training, peaking, volume, and interval training at the proper time periods throughout the winter.

Entry fees, coaching fees, travel, and accommodations related to competitions are not covered by the program fee.

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The Competition Team trains four (4) days per week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons from December 3, 2024, through March 14, 2025.

This option is for Development, Development Plus and Competition athletes and incorporates strength training, intervals, and games. Training is three times per week during November. Click here to learn more.

No. There are a number of local races and travel races. You should just come to whichever you want. If you don’t want to do any competition but still come to all the trainings that is more than ok!

The travel races are in cool places, and a great way to bond with the team. It is a great way to have a fun weekend, even if you don’t want to raise the competitive level. That being said, if you are trying to race at a higher level, coming to the races is the best option.

Download the TeamReach app. Get the appropriate team code (Club, Devo, or Comp) from the Nordic head coach.

BSSEF offers a limited number of Skate and Classic Nordic skis to rent for the season at affordable rates. In addition, check the calendar for information about team equipment nights.

USSA age categories are generally in two year increments. For example, the U14 category includes athletes aged 12 and 13 as of December 31st of the current season.

If you are thinking of racing for points (U16 and older), you’ll need a USSA Competitor membership. If you are younger, you can get a general USSA membership.

The default meeting location for the Club Team is the Big Sky Nordic Center. The meeting locations for the Development Team and Competition Team will be posted daily to TeamReach.

Check out the Equipment page for information regarding the equipment you’ll need for each of the Nordic teams.

As BSSEF has become active year-round, we’ve been compelled to push the Early Season pricing deadline earlier in the year for planning and cash flow purposes. However, we recognize that taking advantage of Early Season pricing might cause a cash crunch for some families. So, we offer installment payment options on a limited basis.

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