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8/1/2018 12:00 AM
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midnight 11/25/2018
Series:Midwest Masters
When:11/25/2018 - 11/28/2018
All campers meet in Jack's at 7:30 am Sunday morning. See below for Lane times.
Where:Copper Mountain, CO

We're back out at Copper Mountain for our annual Fall Camp. This year, we will once again have well known Masters coach and racer Matt Fox joining us as Coach. 

Dates and Times:

We have lane space reserved for Sunday, Nov 25 - Wednesday, Nov 28. WE ARE PLANNING TO HAVE TWO LANES THIS YEAR. We will be training GS Sunday and Monday, and SL Tuesday and Wednesday. Lane times:
 
We will meet in Jack's at 7:30am Sunday to pass out tickets, take care of paperwork, and do introductions. 
 
25-Nov GS 12:00:00 PM Oh No Bowl - SL3 (GS)
25-Nov GS 12:00:00 PM Oh No Bowl - SL4 (GS)
26-Nov GS 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Lower Left
26-Nov GS 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Lower Left 2
27-Nov SL 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Lower Right
27-Nov SL 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Lower Right 2
28-Nov SL 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Upper Middle
28-Nov SL 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Upper Right
28-Nov SL 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Lower Far Right
28-Nov SL 11:15:00 AM Copperopolis Lower Far Right #2
 
PLEASE NOTE: LANE TIMES ARE NEVER GUARANTEED. Changes may occur due to weather conditions or other factors. 
 
If you are planning your flights, arrive the night before. A 6pm or later flight Weds night should be okay ASSUMING NO CHANGE TO OUR 9AM LANE TIME and FAIR WEATHER CONDITIONS. We do, however, recommend leaving Thursday to be safe. 
 
Required Forms:
These two forms must be signed by all participants. Please print, sign, scan, and e-mail back to us before the start of the camp at program.director@midwestmasters.org
 

Cost:

Lift tickets are $45/day, and camp fees will be $85 per day, or $130 per day total.

WE HAVE A SEPARATE EVENT SET UP FOR PURCHASING LIFT TICKETS. If you need tickets, go to 'Events' above and find the event for lift tickets and make an additional purchase once you have completed purchasing your training days.

Lodging Info:

There are always a TON of great inexpensive options this time of year at Copper. Your best option if you want to stay close to the lifts is Center Village at Copper Mountain. For the very best deals, especially if you and at least one friend plan to attend, is to check vrbo.com or airbnb.com. You can easily find accommodations steps from the American Eagle lift for $100-150 per night per person; even less if you have more people. 
 

Coaching: 

Matt Fox will be coaching us this year as we are bringing Koz back to the Midwest for our camp at Afton Alps Jan 4. Matt is an awesome guy and a great coach; he has coached with Midwest Masters and with other Masters programs for many years. Here's his bio: 
 
Matt started teaching skiing in Wisconsin at Devil's Head Resort. Achieved Level 2 certification in PSIA. Found out that he could teach out west. Moved to Colorado in 1987. Worked for the Copper Mountain Ski School for 15 years. 3 years as a Supervisor in the Kids Ski School. Trained other instructors for their certification. Worked his way up to Level 1 Examiner in PSIA Rocky Mountain. Coordinated the Ski School Race on Sunday nights for 8 years. Coached all kinds of racers striving to be a top level coach. Moved to Copper Mountain Race Dept in 2002 to head up the Master's Program. Found his niche blending technique of skiing with going fast for adults eager to learn. Worked all kinds of events from Boarder/Ski Cross to FIS Downhills as a Rocky Mountain Ski Race Official. Moved to Team Summit in 2013 to start a new Master's program there.
 
Summers involved a couple seasons in New Zealand teaching with instructors from all over, learning what a full time professional is. Developed a remodeling business to round out the year. Found the Summers in the High Country much more preferable to the High Humidity of the Mid-west. Mountain biking became the “other” sport. Racing in the late 90's. Taking more vacations for biking than skiing.
 
After going to School in Wisconsin for Architectural Drafting so he could design houses, he eventually began Building and Remodeling homes here in Summit County a great balance to the winter. Now he's living the dream of Skiing and Biking, helping people go fast and seeing the kids grow and develop.
 

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