We are very excited to unite our five teams into one club this season and appreciate your patience as we work through the details of the merge. We have been very busy with planning and delivering parent meetings on our program structure in Alpine, Freestyle, and Snowboard. A Nordic meeting will be scheduled for later in Fall prior to enrollment. Please look for details on this in the coming weeks by visiting the PCNSC website.
This merge will allow us to provide a better opportunity for all families, athletes, and coaches. The details on the new club program can be found below.
We look forward to a great season!
PO Box 981763
Park City, UT 84098
Park City Ski and Snowboard is excited to invite you to our new online registration platform. Every PCSS family will be required to set up an account with Sports Engine and update their enrollment(s) for the ’17-’18 season. There will be an opportunity for those that have enrolled to quickly move through the system. For those that have not enrolled, there is an option to fully enroll for the season.
Use the link below and let us know if you have any questions.*
*All scholarship athletes need to delay this enrollment update until a PCSS administrator contacts you directly with instructions.
Click HERE to Register or Contact Gail Barber for Manual Registration (435.649.8749)
Includes XC, Ski Jumping, and Nordic Combined
Click HERE to Register
Includes Park and Pipe, Big Mountain, and Snowboard
Click HERE to Register or Contact Sharlee Holland for manual registration (435.658.4246)
There are currently five different ski and snowboard clubs and teams offering training and competition programming to Park City children and youth. This has resulted in competition among the teams for facilities and venues. In addition, there is competition among the clubs for families to select one club over another, and confusion in the community when it comes to fundraising, marketing, media and promotions for the many organizations.
In an effort to streamline and facilitate innovative programming for aspiring winter athletes and their families in the Park City region, a volunteer Integration Team has reviewed and has recommended consolidating existing ski and snowboard clubs.
Jesse Hunt and Walt Evans, Integration Team Facilitator discussed the Park City Ski and Snowboard Club on KPCW. Listen here.
For the Youth: An consolidated Park City Ski & Snowboard Club (PCSS) provides an opportunity for Park City’s youth to play, have fun, fail, learn, succeed, and be kids in a positive environment celebrating camaraderie amongst all winter sports within one club.
Clarity: PCSS will create a clear path and support individual excellence through athlete culture, coaches, and the use of world-class facilities. Programming will be devoted to individual athlete development, excellence, and Sport for Life*. With simple, easy to understand programming, PCSS will provide a seamless multi-sport experience for athletes and their families focused on a progressive athletic and social development model. Integrated programs will include SafeSport** and core values.
Community: Park City athletes and families will have the opportunity to sample many winter activities as part of the PCSS multi-sport community. By including both ski and snowboard disciplines, PCSS will oversee programming for over 1000 athletes in the Park City area. An increased population of student athletes will begin to command growth and priority in the community. This will assist in leveraging critical athlete development resources such as venues, events, and academics.
Facility Utilization: PCSS will develop a collaborative scheduling and communication system with resort partners to efficiently utilize existing facilities and support potential development of new facilities. PCSS will provide increased opportunities to create efficiency and collaboration with business and athletic resources, ensuring stability and confidence in all stakeholders.
Professional Management: The Park City Ski & Snowboard Club will be the centralized organization focused on implementing training and competition programming in winter sports to Park City athletes (initially Alpine Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, Nordic Skiing and Jumping, and Snowboarding). The one-club structure will eliminate many redundant operational areas of existing clubs, creating efficiencies and resulting in a streamlined approach to sport management, operations, and administration.
Park City Ski Team, Summit Ski Team
Freeride, Freestyle and Freeski
Team Park City United, FLY Freestyle (UOLF)
Team Park City United
Park City Nordic Ski Club (UOLF)
Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation
Colin Hilton, Marc Norman, Karla Knox, Lisa Bennion Rasmussen
Youth Sports Alliance
Aimee Preston, Caron Keim, Trace Worthington
Deer Valley Resort
Park City/Vail Resorts
Walt Evans (Facilitator)
Martin Fox (Team Park City United)
Jim Fitlow (Summit Ski Team)
Jon-Eric Greene (Park City Ski Education Foundation)
Brent Nixon (Park City Ski Education Foundation)
Marc Norman (UOLF)
Brodie Pollard (Park City Ski Education)
Pat Quigley (Team Park City United)
Daniel Sheinberg (Summit Ski Team)
Matt Terwillegar (UOLF)
Ellen Adams (Advisor)
Walt Evans, PCSSC Facilitator