Regional Race Training is held at Chatham on Saturday mornings (9-11am).
We use Teamer.net to pre-book for each training session so that we will be aware of numbers and also so that we can notify registered racers of any changes to the schedule.
Please register so that you will be notified if any sessions are affected (for instance by race events in southeast), or due to low numbers having booked for a particular week.
Training held at Chatham on Saturday mornings between 9 and 11am. Sessions are open to racers of all levels, with coaching provided by Jim Gibb, Emily Evans, Andy Atkinson and paralympic gold medalist Charlotte Evans, and are £17 per person.
Training covers technique, stubby poles and full size poles, and thanks to the new matting at Chatham we're now able to set more challenging courses and make full use of the varied terrain to ensure our racers get the most from the session.
The regional training sessions are open to all skiers, no club affiliation or membership is required. We cater for all skiing abilities, so if you want to try ski racing, but are unsure of your ability level, this is the perfect session to give it a go. Our coaches are very supportive of new trainees and will make sure you can progress at your own pace. If you are still unsure, why not come along to a session just to watch and then have a chat with the coaches afterwards.
Stay in touch!
Please join the Regional Race Club facebook group to get regular updates, and register on Teamer.net to let us know when you're intending to attend and be informed it for any reason training is cancelled.
We held a competition this winter (from November to April), timing runs on the first training session of the month. Points were awarded in four categories (male, female, U12 male, U12 female), and trophies awarded at the end of the season for the winner of each category (required a minimum 4 timed sessions attended). Points were awarded each session based on fastest single run as follows:
Timing and final standings
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