The end of the 2014-15 racing season culminated with the annual Racing Banquet at HoliMont. So many great memories were made this year by everyone in the Racing program. Watch the Racing recap video from the banquet. Thank you all…for another fantastic season.
The 2015 Jim Barker Memorial Club Championship took place on Sunday, March 22nd and the talent level was tremendous! Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in this annual classic. See the championship results by class and the overall championship results.
Experience New York State’s most successful weekend racing program!
The HoliMont Racing Center is staffed by coaches and former racers certified by the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) and the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation (CSCF). The program combines excellent racing competition and experience, while promoting tremendous camaraderie. Young skiers can move from HoliKids to Stepping Stones as they begin to express an interest in racing. After that they can get their feet wet in Intraclub Racing, before advancing to a travel team.
HoliMont has a program to suit all ages and ability levels. Everyone has the opportunity to experience the exhilaration and rewards of racing. Plus, you can celebrate the holidays at our annual Christmas Racing Camp or revel in the cheers of your HoliMont family at the annual Club Championships.
Prepare for gate training with technical free skiing. Having the same coach for each lesson provides continuity and promotes improvement on the race course and in free skiing.
Take part in a reasonable racing competition schedule that provides outstanding coaching and group camaraderie. This program is designed for young racers new to the travel program or those who desire a less intense travel schedule.
The Junior Alpine travel team consists of five age groups and requires membership to the United States Ski Association (USSA) and New York State Ski Racing Association (NYSSRA).
The traveling snowboard and racing program competes on the local racing circuit of the United States of America Snowboard Association (USASA). Groups concentrate on basic riding skills, slalom and giant slalom technique.
This program is a great way to have fun with friends while improving your riding. Athletes will advance through all aspects of freestyle competition, including half pipe, slopestyle and bordercross.