A Note from the Program Director

July 5, 2016

It has been an active month since I came on board with MRT and there has been no shortage of activity on and off snow.  We recently completed our 5-day June camp at Timberline which saw 32 MRT athletes from across age classes training GS and SL.  As I floated from group to group I could not help but feel invigorated by the kids and the coaching staff as I witnessed enthusiasm that was off the charts.  The progress everyone made in their skiing was marked while the focus never strayed from having fun on skis.

Our next round of summer training begins on Friday July 8th with the start of our 3-day GS camp.  This runs through Sunday July 10 and there are still open slots available.  On July 22-24 we will have our 3-day SL camp also at Timberline as well as two Sunday training sessions left on the 17th and the 24th.  Sign-ups for all of these programs are accessible from the website under the “Summer Training” tab.

While I hope to meet every athlete and parent on snow at some point this summer I realize that this may be unrealistic for some.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to me via phone or email with any questions or thoughts you may have. 

In the meantime, I hope you all are getting outside and enjoying all summer has to offer.

 

Brad

 

Meadows RAce Team,  Mt Hood Oregon

Meadows Race Team provides a number of training options for athletes of all ages beginning at age six. These programs are designed to provide a comprehensive skill development system to take the athlete as far in the sport as desired. "From a Wedge to the World Cup" MRT's consistent philosophy is to achieve greatness through developing, skilled all-mountain skiers with a life-long love of the sport. Follow the links above to find more information about the appropriate program for your athlete and to register Online.

 

Registration for our Summer Programs is available/accessed from our Summer Programs page.

Registration for the 2016/17 Winter Season programs will open mid-September 2016.