Huski Snow Stars Program

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The Huski Snow Stars Program is a skill development tool for young skiers aged between 5 and 12 years. It is a seven-step program that is promoted by Alpine Canada Alpin, the Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation and the Provincial Ski Associations. The program guides children, coaches and parents through a progression of skills aligned with the Long Term Development Plan (AIM 2 WIN) Husky Snow Stars encourages the development of skiers and ski racers of all ability levels. It also encourages children to discover a pathway to the joy of skiing, competition and excellence in a fun and rewarding environment. Enthusiastic and well-prepared coaches and participants play an integral role in the success of the program.

Overall Focus

  • To provide a solid foundation and knowledge base – physical, technical, tactical and mental upon which to build children’s athletic abilities


Target Group

  • Children between the ages of 5 to 12
  • Coaches
  • Parents


Support/Partners

  • Alpine Ski Alpin
  • Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation
  • Provincial Ski Associations
  • Husky
  • C.S.C.F. / F.E.S.C. ( Canadian Ski and Snowboard Professionals)
  • National Coaching Certification Program


Timing

Since winter 2005/2006

Contact Information

Contact persons are CSCF Provincial Coordinators which can be found at the webpage below.

Link

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