BBSEF Registration is open!!!!

BBSEF registration is open for all BBSEF programs.  We currently have space available in both our Saturday and Sunday Mitey Mite, D-Team and Team Shred programs. Sundays will fill up fast so please get your registration in while there is still space available.  Forms can be found under the information tab, please contact us with any questions.

Alpine Comp Team Meetings

Alpine Comp Team Meetings:
September 15th
 from 5:30-6:30 PM - U16-U18/FIS team meeting will be held at the
Bogus Basin office in the Conference room (not the BBSEF office)
September 16th from 5:30-6:30 PM -U14 team meeting at the Bogus Basin office in the Conference room (not the BBSEF office)
September 17th from 5:30-6:30 PM -North Series team meeting at the Bogus Basin office in the Conference room (not the BBSEF office)

September 19th Ski Night for U14 and older Team Shred Travel & Alpine Comp Team
October 4th North Series (U10/U12) Dryland begins Sunday’s 4:00-5:00 Camels back park

 

The Dirty Dash and BBSEF needs you!

The Dirty Dash race is coming back to Bogus Basin on August 2nd.  For the past few years BBSEF has helped out put on this really fun event by volunteering at the race.  Not only is volunteering is a great chance to help out, but it is also a fundraiser for BBSEF.  Please help BBSEF and the Dirty Dash by volunteering.  There are two days available to volunteer, as well as different shifts on both days.  Friday, August 1st is a set up day with shifts from 9-2:30 PM and 2 PM – 7:30 PM.  Saturday is a longer day with 4 shifts available: 6 AM – 10:30 AM, 10 AM – 2:30 PM, 2 PM – 6:30 PM, and 5:30 PM – 9 PM.

To sign up go to https://secure.thedirtydash.com/event/Boise2014

Please register with (SKI) after your name so they know you are with BBSEF, for example:  Mark Wedeking (SKI)

See you at the Dirty Dash!

Summer Dryland Begins

ACT and TST members:

Dryland begins:  The schedule is 8-10am Mon/Wed/Fri throughout the summer.  We will be meeting at Camel’s Back Park each morning the first week.

Participation is expected unless you are competing in another sport at the same time, as fitness is an essential part of ski racing.

The focus of summer dryland is to develop a base level of fitness, especially endurance.  This fitness level is necessary for sport specific workouts later in the summer and into the fall.  In order to keep dryland interesting and fun, locations and types of workouts will vary including running, biking, and team sports.

The cost of the Dryland program is $75 for the entire summer.
As a bonus, I spoke with Olympian and BBSEF Alum Erik Fisher who will be in attendance when he is available this summer!