Development Programs

Athletes: How to get involved in a Snowboard Nova Scotia Development Programs

Step 1: Join a training program at your local Ski Hill. Any athlete looking to compete locally should be obtaining some training from your local resort Snow School. Martock offers weekly training groups for freestyle and race, Wentworth offers training groups in race and snowboardcross, Ben Eoin offers riding classes. Call your local resort for more information.

Step 2: Registerand compete in Snowboard Nova Scotia sanctioned local competitions including the Snowboard Competition Series and CS Riders Events. You can be sure there are Snowboard Nova Scotia coaches at each event watching you ride!

Step 3: Talk to a provincial coach at any Snowboard Nova Scotia events. Coaches are always watching but approaching them and asking questions about the program is a great way to get noticed!

Parents/Athletes, always feel free to e-mail our provincial coaches with more questions:

Provincial Race Coach – Kristin d’Eon – kristin@snowboardnovascotia.ca
Provincial Freestyle Coach – Natasha Burgmailto:kristin@snowboardnovascotia.caess – natasha@canadasnowboard.ca

 

Coaches: How to get involved in a Snowboard Nova Scotia Coaching Development Programs

Interested in helping athletes develop their snowboard skills and push them to a new level?  Ever dreamed of traveling the World and attending snowboard competitions?  This all starts with a Canada Snowboard Coaching Course. Snowboard Nova Scotia schedules annual CS Competition Introduction Coaching Courses at local ski hills, usually in late December and early January. Click Here for more information and schedules.

 

Judges and Officials: How to get involved as a judge or official

To learn more information about how to become a Snowboarding Official or Judge, contact Andrew at ahayes@sportnovascotia.ca or click here for more information and for upcoming clinics.