As you know Scotland is beginning to relax many of its Covid rules. The main things that effect us as a club is that the ski centre is beginning to open and the rules will also permit 30 people to take part in organised sport. (There are further rules about how the sport must organise the sessions)
Like last summer we started sessions with the Sunday Morning Training group (rules for U18 relaxed ahead of adults & this group all have their own roller ski kit). We have also managed to the Race Performance Group going on Wednesday nights (with youth skiers for the same reasons as the SMT).
So now we feel we can start adult session again on Thursday night. Our first night will be Thursday 29th April. We are offering club members to join Skate Roller Ski 101.
Skate Roller Ski 101 will be a series of three evenings taking those that have at least been introduced to skiing or roller skiing & giving them the opportunity to enjoy stress free skate skiing.
So if you are:
a skier who has had roller skis on their feet but don’t feel comfortable
a skier who feels you could feel more confident on skate roller skis
a skier who would like to enjoy more roller skiing but feel their technique lets them down at times
anyone who wants to try skate roller skiing
Then SRS 101 is for you
To register for the first Thursday please click on the link below.
If you have (or can borrow) roller ski equipment that would be great but if you need to borrow please add the details in the registration form
Sign in before Wednesday at 18:00
Only 20 places on any evening at the moment.
Arrive at the front of the ski centre to check in at 19:15
Please keep 2 m distancing & wear mask until the start of skiing. There will be hand sanitiser at the check in area, please use before the session and at the end.
Also bring a cycle helmet, glasses (safety/clear or sun) and gloves
Coaches this week will be Simon & Kirstie.
For further information on Snowsport Scotland Covid rules please see…