Posts Tagged ‘Training’

Ultra Distance, Achievements, and Home

November 22, 2015
Today was our second to last day in Canada which means that it was an ultra distance day. Mostly everyone skied anywhere from 20k to 50k. I skied 50k—the longest that I’ve every skied in…Read More

Winter Is On Its Way!

October 16, 2015
     It is true winter is on its way and if Sunday River can help it, it is going to arrive well before Old Man Winter does…! SR has been very busy all fall…Read More

Bangers from Keystone!

December 20, 2014
  We’re not talking Sausage and Mashed Potatoes here.  When you spend as much time filming as we do on this trip, you have to distinguish the best shots from the rest.  I like to call…Read More

Colorado Camp

December 17, 2014
Coach Eric Breton accompanied members of the snowboard team to Summit County, CO Nov 28-Dec 8 for some early season training on some of the best freestyle terrain in the country. Coach Breton reported great…Read More

2014 Colorado Camp

December 16, 2014
Early season training at the best terrain parks in the world.  Adventuring the Colorado Rockies with your friends.  A chance to do and see things you’ve never before experienced.  We returned home from our trip one…Read More


November 26, 2014
It was an awesome eight days of early season training.  We had the best terrain in the east to play on, a great group of athletes,  a park , and a mogul course.   Each…Read More

Thanksgiving Camp

November 25, 2014
14 GACP snowboarders chose to remain in the Bethel area during Thanksgiving break to get a head start on training for the 2014-2015 competitive season and they were rewarded with great early season snow, waxing…Read More

Coach Wilderness 1st Aid

November 9, 2014
Our athletes spend most of their time on the snow challenging gravity and pushing their limits. We know that risk is part of our sport. We work diligently before, during and after the season to…Read More