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The Big White Ski Club is a non-profit organization that for over 60 years has provided world-class alpine ski training.  We take pride in developing strong skiers and athletes through our specialized training programs, all while having fun. When you join the Big White Ski Club, you don't just become a member, you become a part of our ski family.

Our aim is to provide high quality and affordable ski racing development programs for children 5 to 16, as well as masters, where each member can develop their skiing ability to their own highest potential in a fun and safe club environment.

~ Developing Skiers for LIFE ~

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    Photo from the January Master's Race Camp!

    **Cancelled** - Masters 2-day Race Camp

    By Big White Ski Club 03/15/2019, 4:45pm PDT

    Masters Race Camp Conflicting Dates

    **UPDATE   March 15th: This camp has been CANCELLED due to the conflict with the KEN MITCHELL MEMORIAL "TEAM SUPREME" GS RACE @ Big White Ski Resort!!! - We apologize for any inconvenience but please consider registering for this Fundraiser for BC Cancer Foundation instead of our camp!!!


    **UPDATE   Feb 28th: This camp has been rescheduled to April 13/14

    This camp runs both Saturday March 2nd and Sunday March 3rd from 8:45 to 2:45 and includes an Apres-ski event after training on SATURDAY. Lunches not included. Be ready to ski / train slalom. 

    Coached by former National Ski Team member Steve Hatch. 

    Cost $175 <<< note that much of this cost goes to BC Alpine for insurance... future Masters camps each season will cost less  as that insurance fee is once per season per racer!

    OR $100 <<< if Previous Master's Race Camp Participant

    Please register by emailing prior to end of day Wednesday February 27th and pay via eTransfer to Sonya Jesik at

    From Coach Trevor:

    Attention Masters racers. Please meet Steve Hatch at the BWSC club cabin at 8:45AM . This 2 day training camp will focus on short radius turns and will involve slalom drill courses. Slalom skis will work best and any slalom armor would also help.

    Day one will start with basic stance and balance reminders and work towards slalom turn sequence coordination. Racers can expect to build into slalom stubbie gates and full size gates depending on ability. Helmets mandatory.

    Each day will run from 8:45AM to 2:45PM both Saturday and Sunday. The BWSC Club Cabin will be used as the meeting spot and for watching video.

    Western Canada Ski Cross Finals Race Hosted by Big White Ski Club

    By Big White Ski Club 03/15/2019, 1:45pm PDT


    This weekend the Finals of the Western Canada Ski Cross Series were hosted by Big White and the Big White Ski Club on the TELUS Park ski cross course.  Big White was the final stop in a series of races across the West for athletes ranging from U12 and older.  The TELUS Park ski cross track consists of natural and artificial features such as banked turns, doubles, rollers and wootangs.  What truly set’s the sport apart from other skiing disciplines is the fact that there are four skiers competing in the track at the same time.  This exciting sport made it’s Olympic debut at the Winter Games in Vancouver in 2010.

    Approximately 100 young athletes from BC, Alberta and Washington including the host team, Big White Ski Club, raced on the exceptional track with a number of podium finishes.  Course training took place on Friday while racing commenced on Saturday and continued until Sunday afternoon and offered some great spectator entertainment.  Ned Ireland from the Canadian Ski Cross Team was on hand to present the awards.

    Leading off the Big White Ski Club this weekend was Kiera Swift who won a gold and silver in the U16 category.  In the U14 women’s category, Shayna Little also won a gold and a silver while Liv Willoughby made the top eight placing 5th and 6th and Lola Gulyas placed 7th.  The U14 Men also saw another two racers from Big White on the podium.  Finley Cashin won a gold and a silver while Benjamin Hare also took gold and bronze while Simon Yanow placed 6th.

    In the U12 women’s category, Kael Oberlander struck gold twice while Tabitha Taylor and Taryn Schrock both won silvers and Reese Swift was also on the podium with a bronze.  Other top 8 finishers included Samantha Hveding (6th) and Erika Hveding (8th).  The U12 Men also saw another two racers from Big White in the top eight: Callum Sutton-Macmillan placed 6th while Naude Eduan placed 7th.

    Flynn Seddon and the Telus Park crew did an amazing job with the track while Mikey Tachuk from Big White Telus Park best demonstrated this with his awesome video:


    Full Results >> click here

    Podium Photos >> click here




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