This week's installment of our super-popular GFF Zoom Speaker Series will feature former BC Ski Team athlete Alix Wells. Alix hails from Prince George, BC (PG Ski Club) and has been racing and studying at the University of Alaska Anchorage since the 2015-16 season. Alix is a talented athlete, awesome human and future UNBC Med School student - we want you to hear her story!
If you are a female ski racer and would like to join us this afternoon (Tuesday, June 23rd) at 4:00 P.M. PST, please contact the Girls Fast Forward crew at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join GFF and Alix as she speaks about her journey through ski racing in BC and college! All BC female ski racers are invited
Tues. June 23 @16:00 PST/17:00 MST via Zoom
Alix’s Ski Journey:
Prince George Ski Club (’03-’10) à Windermere Valley Ski Club (’10-’11) à BCST (’11-’15) à NCAA University of Alaska Anchorage (’15-’19)
Coaching: Grouse Tyee Ski Club (’17-’19) & Prince George Ski Club (’19-’20)
Best Ski Racing Memory:
Fall training camps in Portillo, Chile: amazing training, great food, phenomenal views.
The first time I skied without pain in my leg after injury.
Fav thing to do on skis:
Snow blading at Apex or Kimberley.
Next best activity:
Mountain biking, trail running, water skiing & rollerblading
“Wherever you are, be there”. My advice would be to enjoy all the amazing places ski racing takes you over the years, and all the friends you make. In short, enjoy the process and try to reflect on what other skills beyond skiing you’re learning along the way.
Random Fun Fact:
I recently became an Auntie.
I’ve rollerbladed the seawall with Antonia Wearmouth, who was the #1 GFF speaker and is a fellow rollerblade enthusiast.
Big Shout outs:
Ian and Karen
Prince George Ski Club/BCST/ UAA Alpine Ski Team
GFF is stoked to have Alix for our 4th Speaker of the series! To get the ZOOM LINK - Email email@example.com or message us on Instagram @girlsfastforward