Dialing In Your Monoski Virtual Clinic
Thursday, December 2, 2021, 6:00-7:30pm EST
You’re in great shape, and ready to hit the mountain on your monoski. Now, is your gear as ready as you are? Let us help you make sure that everything is dialed in properly BEFORE you drag yourself to the slopes.
Join us from the comfort of your home for this free virtual clinic as our experts get a little geeky and help you identify the nuts and bolts of what needs your attention before you hit the slopes. Some of the topics covered will include conducting an inventory of your gear and a pre-flight check of all of the components, dialing in your bindings, going over, and perhaps making small adjustments to your set-up.
We hope that the content of this clinic will be attendee-driven, so please send us your questions on the registration form so they can be incorporated in the discussion. The one-hour clinic will be followed by a 30-minute Q&A and online conversation with all attendees.
This clinic is a must for monoskiers of all level and ability, as well as for instructors and program volunteers eager to gain knowledge, and learn from each other and industry experts.
We look forward to seeing you at the clinic. Follow us and the discussion for this event on Facebook. If you cannot attend, please sign up, and we will send you the link to the recording. Thanks for sharing with fellow monoskiers and program directors.
The clinic is sponsored by Inntopia and made possible by the collaboration of Green Mountain Adaptive Sports, Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers, Eastern Adaptive Sports, Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country, and the Kelly Brush Foundation.
Geoff Krill, Director of Eastern Adaptive Sports and PSIA–AASI Adaptive Team Coach. Geoff has been leading and coaching at this event for 9 years. His expertise, knowledge and experience continue to help participants bring their game to the next level.
Chris Young, US Coast Guard (Ret.), World Cup and Paralympic Champion, X Games Champion, and volunteer at the Spaulding Adaptive Sports Centers. Chris’s involvement with product development for the U.S. Ski Team makes him a favorite with equipment geeks – and he can also carve a very nice turn!
Greg Durso, Program Director, Kelly Brush Foundation. A fellow KBF grant recipient and big supporter, Greg is now focusing his efforts on helping others in the SCI community get the same opportunities and chances he’s had. As a wheelchair athlete Greg loves the outdoors: skiing, mountain biking, boating and participating in triathlons.
MiKayla Briere, Alpine Coordinator at Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country at Cannon Mountain in New Hampshire. MiKayla has been monoskiing for 14 years. She is an adaptive instructor since 2007, first joining ASPNC as a volunteer in 2015 and transitioning to the Alpine Program Manager in the Fall of 2019. She’s participated in the Stowe Monoski Clinic for a few years, literally making heads spin as she rips her favorite turns, railed carves on a short SL ski on some of the most challenging terrain on the mountain. MiKayla is also an accomplished nordic sit-skier, hand cyclist, and sit-waterskier to name a few.
Sincere thanks to all of our valued partners for contributing time, talent, and expertise to make this event possible. More details about the event will soon be found on Facebook.
Please fill in the form below to register for this free event. A Zoom Invite link will be sent to you as soon as you are registered.
Please contact Pascale Savard with questions or more information about the Virtual Monoski Clinic.