Alpine ski racing is an action-packed sport that mixes speed, agility, balance, coordination and tactics. The sport consists of four primary events: downhill, super G, giant slalom and slalom. Youth alpine ski racing has the following age categories and events:
We offer both part time and full time alpine programs to meet ability needs of all athletes. New athletes to any program are subject to a ski assessment prior to registration.
Athletic participation helps our students grow, learn, and enjoy themselves while they use and develop their personal, physical, and intellectual skills. We value the lessons that are being taught by athletic participation: the pursuit of excellence through personal development and teamwork, ethical and responsible behavior on and off the hill, adherence to rules, leadership and strength of character, and sportsmanship – respect for one’s opponents, acceptance of victory with humility, and acknowledgement of defeat with grace. The athletic goals of the program are measured by winning at every level of the USSA divisional, national and international alpine pipeline. In addition to providing all of Park City’s youth with appropriate alpine sport opportunities.
John was born and raised in Sweden. He grew up ski racing in a small ski town close to the Norwegian border. John was a named member of the Swedish National Alpine Ski Team for five years and studied Sports Science at Mid Sweden University. In 2005, he moved to Denver, Colorado to study business and race for the Denver Pioneers NCAA Division I Ski Team. During his time at University of Denver, John won two National Championship Team Titles as well as two individual NCAA Championship titles.
Jason grew up in Montana where he started his ski endeavors at Red Lodge Mountain. From there he attended the University of Montana; it was at Montana Snowbowl that his coaching career started. In 1995 relocation to Park City stared his Intermountain career with the Park City Ski Education Foundation.
Gail Barber brings incredible experience and knowledge to the club with her vast background in sports administration. Gail is a graduate of Castleton University, Castleton Vermont - BA Criminal Justice / Psychology. She is highly respected in the local community as a conscientious communicator and organizer. Gail has served on numerous study groups and national committees with US Ski and Snowboard providing leadership and consultation regarding best practices for ski and snowboard clubs.