Summer Ski Jumping Starts May 17th
Summer Jumping: May 17 – August 14, 2021 (10 weeks)
Take advantage of long days and consistent conditions by signing up for summer ski jumping or nordic combined! This is a great opportunity to get lots of jumping in and improve technique. See schedule below for weekly jumping schedule according to age.
Our special jumping programs are geared towards athletes that want to specialize in ski jumping. Athletes will work on and off the ski jumping hill to develop all the skills to be the best possible ski jumper they can be. Athletes that are enrolled in special jumping, but do their nordic training through other programs can still enter in our nordic combined competitions.
Our nordic combined program is for athletes that want to ski jump and also cross country ski/run. Athletes will do all of the ski jumping training, but will also spend time building endurance through cross country skiing, running, and biking.
U10 – Ages 5 – 9
U10 ski jumping and nordic combined is focused on having fun and developing fundamental skiing skills. Skiers will start out on the landing hill with their alpine ski gear. After mastering the landing hill skiers will move on to our smallest ski jump. Here skiers will continue to work on fundamental skiing skills. If their abilities progress enough, they will transfer over to ski jumping gear. Primary focus is having fun, developing ski skills, and learning about ski jumping/nordic combined. Skiers are highly encouraged to participate in other sports outside of ski jumping and nordic combined. Competitions should be viewed as a fun experience to gain competition skills.
Ski jumping practice times: Monday & Wednesday 3:45 – 5:45 PM. Options for 1 day a week or 2 days a week.
- $380 – 2 Jump sessions/week
- $220 – 1 Jump session/week
Nordic combined: Tuesday 3:45 – 4:45 PM.
- $530 – 2 Jump session + 1 XC session/week
- $370 – 1 Jump + 1 XC session/week
Equipment: Ski jumping equipment can be rented for $50 from the program. Alpine gear must be provided by families for new ski jumpers.
U12 – Ages 10 – 11
U12 ski jumping and nordic combined is a program for beginner to intermediate skiers. The focus is still set on ski jumping fundamental skills. U12 skiers will also get a small introduction to physical condition, and ski jumping specific dryland training. Skiers will jump on the 10, 20, and 40-meter ski jumps. Skiers are encouraged to participate in other sports outside of ski jumping and nordic combined. Competitions should be viewed as a fun experience to gain competition skills.
Ski jumping practice times: Monday & Wednesday 3:45 – 5:45 PM. Thursday 9 – 11 AM. Dryland 11:15 – 12:45 PM. Options for 2 day a week or 3 days a week.
- $500 – 3 Jump sessions + 1 dryland session/week
- $380 – 2 Jump session/week
Nordic combined: Tuesday 5 – 6 PM.
- $650 – 3 Jump sessions +1 dryland session + 1 XC session/week
- $530 – 2 Jump + 1 XC session/week
Equipment: Ski jumping equipment can be rented from the program for $50. Ski jumpers spending more time on the 40 should start to consider purchasing their own ski jumping gear.
U14 – Ages 12 – 13
U14 ski jumping and nordic combined is designed for intermediate to advanced skiers. The focus of this program is to improve upon already developed ski jumping skills. Skiers will learn about structured training programs through a fun environment. Skiers will jump on the 20, 40, and 65-meter ski jumps. This program will develop athletes on and off the hill focusing on dryland training and technique training on the ski jump. Skiers are highly encouraged to attend local competitions and consider traveling outside of Alaska for Regional competitions. Skiers progress will be tracked through an introduction to training logs. Skiers are still encouraged to participate in other sports.
Ski jumping practice times: Monday & Wednesday 6 – 8 PM. Tuesday & Thursday 9 – 11 AM. Dryland 11:15 – 12:45 PM. Options for 3 day a week or 4 days a week.
Nordic combined: Wednesday & Friday 9 – 10:30 AM.
Equipment: Ski jumping gear can be rented from the club. 40-meter ski jumpers are encouraged to purchase their own ski jumping gear.
U16-U20 – Ages 14 – 19
U16-U20 ski jumping and nordic combined is designed for advanced skiers. Training plans will be made to fully develop and fine tune ski jumping and cross-country skills. There will be a strong emphasis on physical development off the ski jump. Skiers will track their training through training logs which will be reviewed by the coaching staff. Most training will be done on the 65-meter ski jump. Travel outside of Alaska training camps, and competitions is highly encouraged.
Ski jumping practice times: Monday & Wednesday 6 – 8 PM. Tuesday & Thursday 9 – 11 AM. Dryland 11:15 – 12:45 PM.
Nordic combined: Wednesday & Friday 9 – 10:30 AM. Weekend on your own workout.
Equipment: Ski jumping gear can be rented from the club. 40 & 65 meter ski jumpers are highly encouraged to purchase their own ski jumping gear.
- USANS Solstice camp/Jump-A-Thon June 14th – June 20th (Anchorage)
- Jumpin’ & Jammin’ June 28th – July 4th K40 & K68 (Steamboat Springs, CO)
- Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined Competition, July 17 (Anchorage)
- Springer Tournee July 26th – August 1st K10-K120 (Park City, UT)
- Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined Competition, September 26 (Anchorage)
Payment plans are available. Contact NSAA Office Administrator at 907-276-7609 or email@example.com.