SOD Racing Programs

The season runs nine consecutive weeks on Saturday and Sunday, starting on Jan 4, 2020 . Within these nine weeks, there are usually five races and a fun race with the remaining days set aside for training.

The season starts with one or two Pre-season Camps and a Christmas Camp (highly recommended) where new racers learn the racing techniques and the returning racers get a chance to build on last seasons successes.

Training days start at 9:30am and consist of five hours of coaching with a one hour lunch break. Videotaping and reviews provide athletes and coaches with a great learning tool.

Glacier Ski Club offers the following **regular program** and many **extra training** opportunities.


U8 (Born 2012 & 2013), U10 (Born 2010-2011) and U12 (Born 2008-2009)

Racing at Glacier is a team concept program for girls and boys 8 to 11 years old. At this level we stress the FUNdamentals with an emphasis on FUN!

For the ages 6-7, the U8 group is a non-racing and non-travelling Development Team


U14 (Born 2006-2007)

Builds on team effort and points but also rewards individual achievements with podium recognition. Girls and boys ages 12 and 1 are eligible. At this level, more development of technique and ability come into play…without forgetting the Fun aspect.

See more details on the AOA site: https://www.alpineontario.ca/


U16 (Born 2004-2005)

Builds on team effort and points but also rewards individual achievements with podium recognition. Girls and boys ages 14 and 15 are eligible. At this level more development of technique and ability come into play…without forgetting the Fun aspect. Options to enroll in speed events are also available.

See more details on the AOA site: https://www.alpineontario.ca/


U19 and U21 (Born 1999-2003) + FIS

Teenage girls and boys ages 16 to 20 are eligible. At this level more development of technique and ability come into play…without forgetting the Fun aspect. Options to enroll in speed events are also available.

U19 and U21 athletes can choose to race in both SOD and FIS races.  See details on on the AOA site: https://www.alpineontario.ca/


Payment Options

Etransfer payments to "fees@glacierskiclub.com". Password is not required.
Credit card with 3% fee added to the program fee.