Presentasjon om: "BSK Alpint Parent Meeting U14 2013-14 October 22, 2013."— Utskrift av presentasjonen:
BSK Alpint Parent Meeting U October 22, 2013
AGENDA BSK Vision Sportsmanship Skiing Programs Offer for U14 Skiing Philosophy U14 Training to date U14 Trainers U14 General group information BSK Policy Parent committment BSK Alpint sponsors U14 Training Schedule
BSK’s Vision & Goals Visjon BSK Alpint – en ledende alpinklubb – der løperne trives – utvikler seg – og yter! Goals: BSK’s alpinvirksomhet er primært rettet inn mot barn og ungdom som ønsker å drive alpin skikjøring som konkurranseidrett. Innunder dette er BSK’s målsetning: –Gi et bredt tilbud om alpin skikjøring til barn og ungdom som dekker alle nivåer. –Fremstå som attraktiv for alle som ønsker å satse på alpint. –Utvikle løpere som er blant landets beste i alle aldersklasser over 12 år, samt være representert på Norges ulike representasjons/landslag. –Klubben skal tiltrekkes seg og utvikle trenere med høy kompetanse. –Det skal skapes et sunt og godt miljø hvor løpere, foreldre og trenere trives og ønsker å bruke fritiden sin. –Klubben skal bidra til et godt og konstruktivt samarbeid med andre alpinklubber. Sportslig opplegg BSK skal ha et tilbud som omfatter et bredt spekter av ferdighetsnivåer og alderstrinn. Vårt sportlige opplegg omfatter alt fra skiskole til et omfattende treningsprogram rettet mot de som drømmer om å bli toppalpinist. Sentralt i det vi gjør er å skape skiglede, vennskap og entusiasme. Source:
Sportsmanship in BSK Sportsmanship is defined as: –Playing fair –Following the rules of the game –Respecting the judgment of referees and officials –Treating opponents with respect Some people define good sportsmanship as the "golden rule" of sports — in other words, treating the people you ski with and against as you'd like to be treated yourself! You demonstrate good sportsmanship when you show respect for yourself, your teammates, and your opponents, for the coaches on both sides, and for the referees, judges, and other officials. Parents also need to be aware of how they behave during training and competition. Sportsmanship is a style and an attitude, and it can have a positive influence on everyone around you.
BSK Alpint Kontakt: Felix McGrath / / 8 år og yngre (2006 og yngre) 8 år og yngre (2006 og yngre) 9 år (2005) 9 år (2005) 10 år (2004) 10 år (2004) U12 (2002 og 2003) U12 (2002 og 2003) U14/TL (2001 og 2000) U14/TL (2001 og 2000) U16/HL (1999 og 1998) U16/HL (1999 og 1998) “Free Race” (11 år og eldre / 2003 og eldre) “Free Race” (11 år og eldre / 2003 og eldre) Skiskole (4 til 8 år /2009 til 2004) Skiskole (4 til 8 år /2009 til 2004)
BSK Alpint treningstilbud sesongen : BSK Alpint forventer ikke at utøvere stiller på alle treninger eller samlinger, men at de i samråd med foreldre (og ev. trenere) velger det omfanget som passer. 8 år (2006 og yngre) 9 år (2005) 10 år (2004) U12 (11 &12) U14/TL (13 & 14) U16/HL (15 & 16) Barmark mai-juni 2/uke Barmark aug-sep 2/uke 3/uke Barmark okt-nov/des 1/uke 2/uke 3/uke Barmarkstester 14 Samlingsdøgn på ski vinter vinter vinter 55 Skitrening 2/uke 3/uke Skievalueringer 11(samtaler) Renn m/trener(e) Sosialt* (tilpasset) * Opp til hver enkelt gruppe, men de fleste grupper har sosiale arrangement slik som kick off, pizzakveld etter trening og sesongavslutning. Dette organiseres av den enkelte gruppe, med støtte fra BSK Alpint.
Philosophy behind BSK’s offering The offering is developed in order to meet BSK’s goals: –Training for children and teenagers at all levels –Attractive program for those who want to succeed in alpine skiing –“Produce” top level skiers –Positive environment for athletes, coaches and parents Athletes are not expected to participate in all offered training or camps, or to compete in all races where the coach is present –Parents are encouraged to communicate with coaches regarding each individual child’s level of participation –BSK encourages athletes to participate in more than one sport –BSK encourages athletes to select alpine skiing as their number 1 winter sport by the age they enter TL. Participation in other sports, especially summer sports, is encouraged. Creating good groups is a key success factor: –It should be fun to ski. Skiers who have fun, ski more often, and become better skiers. –Everyone is included in the group, regardless of ability and level of participation at camps and races Integration between groups is critical to the continued success of the program –Joint camps with other groups inspire and motivate
BSK’s philosophy on overall skiing skills Ski in all conditions: –Soft and hard snow –Groomed and off piste –Cold snow and spring snow –All weather conditions Ski all events –Slalom –GS –Super G –Downhill (when relevant) –Twin tip –Versatile on skis
GS program for U14 Needs workGoodExcellent Free skiing on GS skis used mostly as warm up and warm down Drills continue throughout the season GS gate training will increase throughout the season NOTE: Drills are performed in and outside of training courses. 8 years and younger 9 years 10 years 11 years Pre-TL (12 years) Pre-TL (12 years) TL (13 and 14 years) TL (13 and 14 years) HL (15 and 16 years) HL (15 and 16 years)
SG program for U14 For safety reasons, speed training is only carried out at official BSK speed camps Natural in course progression is from “cautious “to “aggressive” Jump training and free skiing will be offered when possible Due to the challenges of executing quality speed training, BSK almost always offer speed camps for U16, U14, and U12 year old groups At specific times, BSK will train speed with other clubs The amount of SG training is not based on individual results from the BSK ski evaluation NOTE: Drills are performed in and outside of training courses. 8 years and younger 9 years 10 years 11 years Pre-TL (12 years) Pre-TL (12 years) TL (13 and 14 years) TL (13 and 14 years) HL (15 and 16 years) HL (15 and 16 years)
BSK: SL skiing progression Free Skiing Drills Double Panel Short gates Races Single pole Double panel Skiing Progression
SL program for U14 Needs workGoodExcellent When possible, separate courses will be set (short gates, double panels gates and /or long gates) Long gate training will increase throughout the season NOTE: Drills are performed in and outside of training courses.. Drills and short gates training can sometimes overlap. 8 years and younger 9 years 10 years 11 years Pre-TL (12 years) Pre-TL (12 years) TL (13 and 14 years) TL (13 and 14 years) HL (15 and 16 years) HL (15 and 16 years)
U14 to date Camps to date May 9-12: Beito - 4 days May 24-26: Juvass - 3 days June 22-25: Juvass - 4 days Aug 30-Sept 1: Landgraaf - 3 days Sept 13-15: Juvass - Missed 3 days Sept 28-Oct 7: Hintertux - 10 days Oct 18-20: Juvass - 3 days Total: 27 days of 30 planned 16 more camps days planned in 2013 Goal: May 1st to Christmas: 40 camp days total Barmark May-June: 2 days per week August 17& 18: 2 days samling August-Sept- Oct: 2 days per week
BSK Trainers:U BSK U14 Group size: 35 skiers (With two or three trainers) Felix McGrath Gjermund Kveno Vilhelm Fladmark Larsen (Specific ski camps) Sindre Kragsæther (Barmark and ski)(Thursday in Kirkerudbakken)
BSK U14 Program: Genral Information Transportation. All skiers and parents responsible for thier own transportation Gjermund: Private car will transport for 400 kr per skier. Skis and luggage Between 4-6 per camp U14 Administrative and economy responsible: Felix McGrath Samling signup! No more late signups! Ski License Hanne
U14 Parent contacts Nini Nergaard Nina Willumsen Haug Changes to schedule Social events in Kirkerudbakken FACEBOOK BSK U14: Parents and children Group administartors Gjermund Bjørn Braathen Selma Lie
BSK’s policy Ski camps: –No ski camps at glaciers in Central Europe before TL 11 year olds and Pre-TL groups has one 3-day camp indoors during September –A limited number of ski camps on school days from Pre-TL and up. Number of days increase as they get older. When possible, two offers will be offered (weekend/vacation days only and full camp) Mandatory study session on all “school day camps” –No-alcohol policy (before children are in their rooms for the night) Training: –Only BSK coaches coach athletes on the hill. Exceptions: When coaches ask parents to coach When parents insist on coaching their own child (instead of the coach) –No timing during training sessions unless pre-approved by coaches General: –Show up on time for training and camps –Sign up on time for camps –Bring relevant equipment to all trainings –Skiers without proper speed safety equipment are not allowed to train speed –Communicate with the coaches regarding ski equipment needs –Prioritize participation in BSK and local races
Parent Commitment In order to (1) keep the fees reasonable; and (2) give the skiers a good program, parents are required to commit their time during the following events: –BSK’s “Bruktskisalg” in October –BSK’s race(s) for your child’s age group in Kirkerudbakken Race dates are set before Christmas –One “heisvakt” at Kirkerudbakken* to be determined Schedule is published before Christmas Parents and skiers are also encouraged to work 1-2 shifts during the “fall dugnad” in Kirkerudbakken –Each shift worked is rewarded by a discount on the skier’s season ticket * A fee of kr 500,- will apply for those not able to work their “heisvakt” (in order to pay a person to take this shift)
BSK Sponsors Sparebank 1 Selvaag BMW Bilia- Bilia Skøyen Sector Alarm Anton Sport Neptune Properties Georg Fischer Tullow Oil Frogner Installasjon AS Kitchen BI Handelshøyen BAMA U14 Sponsors: Selvaag, Sector Alarm, BMW Bilia Skøyen,Tullow Oil, BAMA BSK Alpint is actively looking for sponsors to join the club!
Extra skiing in addition to organized BSK training Have fun on skis! Ski with friends and family as often as possible Frequent free skiing and twin tipping makes you a better skier BSK recommends –Free skiing on GS or SL skis as a good alternative to gate training