ACA Long-Term Athlete Development
To engage in sport and physical activity, individuals must be aware of what opportunities exist for them,
and when they try an activity for the first time, it is critical that the experience is positive.
Nick Cooper, the current Head coach of the BC Ski Team has accepted a role as the Men’s Head Kombi Coach at Alpine Canada!
We are thrilled for Nick and are very thankful for the amazing work he has put into our organization over the last 8 years.
Nick will be reunited with several former BC Ski Team athletes who he coached during his time with BC alpine.
Thank you Nick, and best of luck in the new role!
Read the full story by clicking the link in our bio.
🚨 Goldie Award Winners PART 2 🚨
Another group of amazing people who all contribute so much to the sport of ski racing in BC. Congrats to all!
The 2019/2020 Goldie awards couldn’t be held in person this past year due to COVID, but that doesn’t mean we forgot about everyone’s amazing accomplishments of last season.
Here are a handful of the winners showing off their custom Goldie Awards training bibs!
See a full list of winners: link in bio
In order from left to right⬇️
- Club Development of the Year -
• Kimberley Alpine Team
- Okanagan Zone Volunteer/Official of the Year -
• Jaime Kurtz, Revelstoke Ski Club
- Head Coach of the Year -
• Ryan Ford, Golden Kicking Horse Alpine Team
- Kootenay Zone Volunteer/Official of the Year -
• Dan Marshall & Barb Kloos, Windermere Valley Ski Club
Mask up, full gas. 😷😤
The 2020/2021 season was full of adversity and challenges for ski racers across the province.
Although this season didn’t give many opportunities for athletes to prove themselves in a race environment, it’s only a matter of time before we will see who was putting in the work.
We are so proud of our BC athletes who continued to grind and push themselves to new limits during this challenging time. 📈💪🏼
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