The BMA FIS Program is for high-performing athletes looking to compete at the upper levels of regional, national, and international ski racing. Our individualized competition schedules are specifically designed to target certain races to ensure each athlete is fully prepared, contributing to high levels of confidence and success.
The FIS training year starts in June with a preparation period camp at which athletes receive an individualized summer conditioning program to maximize their gains in the off-season. In August, athletes begin on-snow training to build on technical work started in June. September marks the start of the school year and our world class dry land program that includes weight lifting, circuit training, soccer, mountain biking, gymnastics, interval training, and running. At our November camp, we move into the race preparation phase which sets our athletes up for strong results during December competition.
BMA U18/U21 athletes compete in USSA, regional FIS, FIS-University, NorAm, and international races during the competition season.
Coaches: Tomas Karlsson, Jeff Fergus, Rolf Gidlow, Amber McHugh, Sohier Perry, Brad Farrell, Bart Bradford, Randa Teschner, Corey McKim — contact information and biographies available here.