mini xtreme

SVSEF Mini Xtreme (Mini X) is a stepping stone program for young skiers who want to learn more about freestyle and freeskiing.

TEAMS

MINI XTREME/MINI XTREME WEEKEND

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Tuition: $2,550 / $2,150

 

Ages: Grades 3-5, Ages 8-11

 

Head coach: Ben Schumacher

bschumacher@svsef.org

 

Enrollment limit: 26

 

Athlete-to-coach ratio: 6:1

 

Schedule:

 

10/27-11/24 (fall dryland)

Air Barn training 

Times and Days TBD

 

12/4/2020-4/4/2021 (on-snow)

Mini X team: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday

Mini X Weekend: Saturday, Sunday

 

Winter Training Times:

Saturday/Sunday 10:00am-2:00pm

Thursday 2:15-4:15pm

 Air Barn every other Monday: 3:30-5:00pm

The Mini X team is a Thursday, Saturday, Sunday skiing program, while Mini X Weekend is a Saturday/Sunday program. During the winter season, both Mini X teams will train at the Air Barn every other Monday starting in December. The team trains at multiple venues, including the Air Barn, Dollar Mountain, Bald Mountain, and Rotarun.

 

Overview: The Mini Xtreme team is designed as a stepping stone program for young skiers who want to learn more about freestyle and freeskiing. The program covers a broad spectrum of teaching modalities, ranging from fundamental skiing technique, to alpine racing, freestyle/mogul fundamentals, freeski/terrain park skills, and big mountain line selection and mountain awareness. “Ski it all” is the Mini X motto. Athletes on Mini X will have a locker to share with a partner at the Warm Springs training center. All athletes are eligible for holiday practice days, with training offered approximately 8-10 days over the holidays. 

 

Competition: Mini Xtreme introduces athletes and families to competition through an in-house event series called the Mini Xtreme (MiniX) Cup. The MiniX Cup consists of 4 primary events:

 

  • Freestyle/mogul event
  • Freeski/slopestyle event
  • Big mountain event
  • Nastar race

 

These events serve as an opportunity to highlight the lessons and skills learned throughout the Mini Xtreme curriculum, and are supported by the SVSEF parent programs.

 

Requirements: Previous SVSEF involvement and/or ability to ski all terrain on Bald Mountain

 

License Requirements: US Ski and Snowboard general membership ($30)