U12 Apex Racers
For athletes born in 2008 or 2009.
The U12 Apex Racers Program is an introduction to the world of ski racing for the more advanced skier with eyes on higher level ski racing. U12 athletes continue to develop their skiing skills while acquiring tactical skills in giant slalom and slalom. Training includes skills, drills, fitness, gate training and free skiing to develop a well rounded athlete.
The goal is to provide skiers with the opportunity to excel at skiing and experience what it is like to be more involved in organized alpine racing in a fun and supportive atmosphere.
Dryland training begins in September and the on-snow program begins at the end of November or early December through to April, conditions permitting. The U12 racers have the opportunity to train on Friday, Saturday and Sunday as well as through Winter Break and Spring Break.
U12 Program Fee: $1,479 and includes
– Dryland training
– BC Alpine athlete registration (includes insurance)
– BC Alpine parent/guardian registration required for membership and insurance coverage
– Apex Ski Club memberships for parent/guardian and child
– There will be an additional charge of $100 per family for 2 tickets to the Club Fundraiser with details below.
– Apex Mountain Resort lift passes and Race Fees are NOT included in the program fees.
Race Fees: Race fees are in addition to program fees. Every skier is required to provide post-dated cheques for race fees. Any unused race fees will be reimbursed to the family.
U12 race fees are $600. Cheques for $200 are to be post dated for January 1, 2020, February 1, 2020, March 1 2020.
Registration: Register online under the Registration tab on our website. Athletes must be registered to participate in dryland training. Payment in full is required by November 15, 2019 to participate in ski training.
Payment method: PayPal, cheque or extended payment plan.
Club Fundraiser: Each year, the Apex Ski Club hosts a fundraiser dinner and silent auction. Monies raised go directly back into the club. It’s a fabulous way to meet other parents (and see what they look like without their helmets, goggles and winter gear). Tickets are $50 each and families must purchase two tickets upon registration. The tickets can be resold if you are unable to attend.
For athletes that are injured during the race season, a pro-rated portion of the coaching fees may be refunded. BC Alpine fees, family memberships and fundraising fees, Insurance, Competitor and AAP cards are non-refundable.
Program fees are only refunded for medical reasons. Pre-existing medical conditions do not qualify for refunds. Refunds are subject to $100 administration fee. Event and race registration fees are non-refundable. Any fees to be refunded will be done at the end of the program season.