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Date and location:
Feb 4-6, 2013 at Crabbe Mountain Resort (3 day)
Speed Training run –King’s Horn
Jump Training run- TBA
Cost:
Cost is $170.00 per athlete. This includes the Lift Ticket, Athlete Dinner, Welcome Kit. This price also includes Sports Psychology session, Tuning Workshop, special guests and Onsnow Training. Lunch is on your own.
For all athletes NOT requiring lift tickets the camp fee is $110.
Note: Lift Tickets can be acquired through the Air Miles Reward Program. Those interested will have to acquire “Weekday” passes through the Rewards Program in advance and present them at the ticket ofce.
Each club is asked to bring one cheque made payable to NB Alpine Inc. to registration.
(Sunday night if at all possible)
Club Registration
Clubs are asked to email or fax the attached Club Registration to NB Alpine by January 23,
2013.
Fax-(506)451-1325 nbalpine@nb.aibn.com Athlete Registration forms:

All athletes must also provide a signed athlete registration form (attached) to their coach.
Registration forms are collected by the club so that the coach can provide them at registration on Sunday February 3 6:30 pm at the CMRC Race Shack at the top of the hill.
Eligible Participants:
This camp is for athletes from U16 and up only.
And invited U14 athletes.
Coaches meeting: Please note there are 2 coaches meeting
1) Sunday February 3, 6:30 pm at the CMRC race shack.
2) Monday February 4, 7:15 am February 4th at the CMRC Race Shack coaches meeting and daily assignments.

Day 1: start of camp:
Athletes are asked to meet at 7:30 am February 4th (Monday) at the Crabbe Mountain Main
Lodge for presentation from Crabbe Mountain Ski Patrol, hill manager Jason Crawford and special guests. The lift will open at 8:45 am -training to commence at 9:00am.
Clothing and Equipment Requirements:
Clothing:
Athletes are asked to bring several (at least 3) changes of warm clothing and a backpack.
The athletes can leave their clothes at the bottom of the course so they can have something to warm up in as they make their way back to the top.
To get the most out of the training experience and to ensure safety, the equipment requirements for the camp are:
• skin suits
• helmets
• event specific skis
• back protectors (recommended)
• mouth guards (recommended).
No slalom guards on helmets or poles.
Skis:
U16 and up – event specific Super G skis
U14 invited athletes SG or GS skis with a minimum 21-metre radius upon special request from club coach. Please try to acquire event specific gear

Volunteers:
Please note; Volunteers are always appreciated. If coaches, parents and athletes can be there to help set fencing Sunday February 3 it would be greatly appreciated.
Please let me (Michele Leger) know if you think you can help.
There are also some of snow activities that we could use help with.
-Hot chocolate and cofee for athletes and coaches
-door prizes for Fireside chat
-Fireside chat
-athletes dinner
-welcome kit distribution
-timing of training runs
-other
We also require a course crew during the week of the camp. Please if you plan to attend the camp and be at Crabbe Mountain that week your assistance would be greatly appreciated there is always lots to do to create a safe learning and training environment for our athletes and your children.
Questions:
Any other questions are to be directed to Michele Leger NB Alpine Technical Director at: michl@nb.sympatico.ca (506)474-3671
Michele Leger
NB Alpine Technical Director

Athlete Registration Form (please provide to your coach)
All athlete registrations must be received at the Registration Table before any athlete will be permitted on the training run.

Name:
Alexandra Hadlaw…