Inspection and Training Sessions Principles Freestyle

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Training Sessions Principles - Freestyle Skiing


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[edit] Training Sessions

  • Training sessions generally occur at the same time frame as the Final for each competition.
  • If there are multiple training sessions, then there will be a rotation between the training groups.
  • There needs to be a break for course preparation between the two training sessions.

[edit] Training Groups

  • Training Groups can be set up based upon the event and the number of competitiors entered into the competition
  • Divsion of the training groups can done according to the following factors;
  • The numbers in each training groups should be as equally divided as possible.

[edit] Inspection

Inspections are required before every training sessions

  • An inspection of the course occurs before a training sessions.
  • there will time break after the inspection and before the training session starts
  • The duration of the inspection can be between 10 to 30 minutes depending upon the event.
  • Two training groups can inspect at the same time, then one group can train, then the other group can train.

There are coaches and athlete inspections of the course

[edit] Time Break between an Inspection and Training Sessions

  • The time break will vary between the different events
  • The time break vary depending upon the lenght of the course

[edit] Duration of Training Sessions

  • Duration of the training sessions are based upon the following factors:
    • Number of Competitiors in the training groups
    • The specific event (Moguls, Aerials, Ski Cross, HalfPipe)
    • Time available (training day verses competition day)
    • Ski Lift turnaround time (time it takes from finish area to the start)
  • the training session can be of a time duration of limited to a number of runs or jumps

[edit] Training Session by Event

Moguls Competition

  • 30 to 40 minutes or around 3 runs before the qualification
  • 20 to 30 minutes or around 2 runs before the final

Mogul Training

  • A daily Mogul Training session can be as long as 2 hours
  • Time breaks need to be set up to prepare the course


Ski Cross Competition

  • there will be a training session before the qualification of 30 to 45 minutes based upon the number of entries
  • it is optional to have a training session before the Final

Ski Cross Training

  • Training seesions are between 45 to 60 minutes in duration based upon the entries
  • the trianing session can be limited to a number of runs based upon the number of entries or the condition of the course


Aerial Competition

  • Training sessions are before the qualification 60 to to 75 minutes in duration

Aerial Training

  • Training sessions are between 120 to to 150 minutes in duration


HalfPipe Competition

  • Training seesions are between 45 to 60 minutes in duration based upon the entries
  • Training seesions can be divided between the genders

HalfPipe Training

  • Training sessions are between 120 to to 150 minutes in duration

[edit] Also See



Return to Competition Organization or Competition Program Design Process, 4002.1.4.2, 4503 or Freestyle Skiing

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