What is Jackrabbits? The Bunny and Jackrabbit ski programs are dedicated to encouraging young participants to enjoy cross-country skiing with their peers. The programs focus on cross-country ski development through fun activities and games that are appropriate to each age & skill level. Parents or guardians are expected to stay for all of their children's activities: This isn’t a drop off class, but more an active lifestyle family outing. Please call Marie-Eve Bussieres at 306-751-0239 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions and / or are willing to volunteer. Jackrabbit Toque Design Contest You could win a contest to design the toque that all Jackrabbit ...
[caption id="attachment_976" align="alignleft" width="240" caption="White Butte classic"][/caption] White Butte Trails Click here for Information on White Butte Trails including location & trail maps. CONTACT: Gregg Brewster 306-949-8210 UPDATED: Mar 14, 2015 (8:00am) LAST GROOMED: Mar 8, 2015. LAST TRACK SET: Mar 4, 2015. NEXT GROOMING: Done for the season! SKATE: CLOSED FOR SEASON. CLASSIC : CLOSED FOR SEASON. FAT BIKES on hiking and snowshow trails ONLY Click here for The Story of White Butte. [caption id="attachment_2933" align="aligncenter" width="240" caption="White Butte Trails map"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_700" align="alignleft" width="240" caption="Douglas Park Trail"][/caption] Douglas Park Click here for Location Map Click here for Trail Map 2.6 km Novice CONTACT: Peter Whitehead 306-352-9589 UPDATED: Mar 11, 2015 (4:00 pm) LAST TRACK SET: Mar 4, ...
Any Regina Ski Club member may register for a trip by contacting the designated Coordinator of the trip you are interested in, at any time prior to the trip date. Register early, because most trips sell out. Fred Cameron Memorial BenchRundle Lake Trail - Duck Mountain Park Canmore Nordic Centre Esterhazy Ski Trails Nordic Trip schedule for the 2014-2015 season: All trips EXCEPT the Canmore trip leave by bus Saturday at 7:30 or 8:00 AM from the SaskPower parking lot between Scarth and Hamilton Streets north of 13th Ave. Try to arrive one half hour early for loading. (A strikethrough means a trip is cancelled.) * ...
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Regina Ski Club Membership Benefits Programs for all ages, from children to seniors Programs for all ability levels, from beginners to recreational to nationally competitive Nordic (cross-country), Alpine (downhill) and Biathlon programs Alpine Adaptive program for persons with physical disabilities Several Alpine and Nordic trips organized each year Regularly groomed Nordic trails throughout Regina and at White Butte Trails Many social events Nordic skiing lessons All Regina Ski Club members automatically become members of the Saskatchewan Ski Association (SASKI) and Canadian Ski Association (CSA) ... and you will join a great community of friends and families that enjoy skiing and outdoor winter fun. Regina Ski Club Membership Fees $30 for the ...
Alpine Adaptive Ski Program
The Regina Alpine Adaptive Ski Program believes that all people have an equal right to participate in Alpine Skiing regardless of ability. The Regina Adaptive Ski Program has adaptive ski equipment for various types of disabilities. We offer lessons to individuals with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, visual impairment, and lower extremity amputations that can wear a prosthetic which supports some body weight. Our program has instructors with specialized training and certification through the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS) with Level 1, Level 2 and 2A Certifications. Training days will be held at Mission Ridge Winter ...
Biathlon is for anyone, female or male, over the age of eight. The main program runs from September to April with optional summer camps. The focus is on skate ski training, both dry land and snow. Shooting skills are developed and honed at suitable locations. Coaches emphasize both fundamentals and high performance, elite techniques. The program includes local races and travel to other competitions in and out of Saskatchewan throughout the season. [caption id="attachment_2121" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="Canadian Biathlon Championships bronze medalists Evan, Tu & Matty"][/caption] Training takes place at Kinsmen Park, the Science Center area, the Regina Wildlife Federation biathlon site and the ...
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Wednesday Night Races Windup April 1 2015
The Wind Up for the Wednesday Night Races will be at Tumblers Pizza Wednesday April 1st at 6:30pm. We will discuss how we can make the races even better next year, and give away the pair of racing poles donated by Fresh Air Experience. See you all there!
Sask Biathlon Provincials Photos
Thanks to Kent Windsor for taking hundreds of quality photos at SWF Sask Biathlon Provincials the weekend of March 21-22, to Connor Boyle for organizing the DropBox storage, and to Merle Boyle for informing us about it.
Lots of smiles on the old timers, the youngest, and the host animals.
2014-2015 Season Complete
The local ski trails have melted, the last Nordic trip to Kenosee is done, the alpine skiers and snowboarders are back from Red Lodge, the Canada Winter Games 2015 competitors have returned, the Cross Country Canada Nationals are completed, and the Regina Ski Club has had its windup social and AGM. All the major scheduled events are done, and we leave it to our competitive race teams to do dry land training throughout the summer.
Have a great summer, and we’ll see you in November!
This website continues to contain detailed descriptions of all the Regina Ski Club’s programs and annual events. The event dates displayed on the various pages are those from the past season, 2014-2015. However, our plans for 2015-2016 are substantially the same. Actual dates for 2015-2016 will be updated as they are finalized, and posted here in October and November.
Remembering Fred Cameron
Bruce McKee, Jim Friesen, Murray Selby and Barry Mang at Fred’s Bench during the Duck Mountain Loppet 2015.
See the bench on our Nordic Trips page.
2015 Alberta Youth Championships Completed
Regina Ski Club 14 and under nordic racers have returned from the 2015 Alberta Youth Championships held the weekend of March 7-8 in Bragg Creek, Alberta. They competed against teams from Alberta and Northwest Territories. RSC was capably represented by Nathan Weiman, Christian Patterson, Carolyn Rathgerber, Breanna Morrison, James Grundahl and Mattea Patterson. See the full results on the Zone 4 website.
Canada Winter Games 2015 Completed
Regina Biathlon wishes to congratulate all CWG Team Sask biathlon competitors for a job well done during the first week of competition. Regina biathletes who competed were Colin Rieger, Sydney Notschaele and Brandon Notschaele. Emma Donavon was named as an alternate.
See some excellent photos of Team Sask competing in the CWG Biathlon.
RSC nordic skiers Lexy Vincent, Simon Crease and Janice Grundahl and other Team Sask members have competed in the second week of the Canada Winter Games, from February 23 to 28.
See the Zone 4 results page for results of the 2015 CWG Nordic ski races.
RSC Skiers Shine at
The Regina Nordic Race team performed well at Sask Cup #5 in Humboldt Jan 25.
Results are posted on the Cross Country Saskatchewan results page.
Results from the first four Sask Cup races are also posted there.
Photos of the SWF Cup Biathlon Races
The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Cup races #1 were held January 17 and 18 at the Regina Wildlife Federation biathlon course. Click on these links to see some excellent photos of the competition:
(You may choose to view the photos with or without a Dropbox account. A Dropbox account is free.)
For more information on our biathlon program, see the RSC Biathlon web page.
Results from Westerns in Canmore
Congratulations to Regina Ski Club nordic skiers at the 2015 Western Canadian Championships and Haywood NorAm held in Canmore from January 15 to 18.
See some great photos of the races on the Cross Country Canada Facebook page.
The Regina Ski Club
The Regina Ski Club (RSC) provides programs, events and trips for all ages and levels of skiers, individuals and families alike. Club volunteers pack and set ski trails at the White Butte Recreation area north of Emerald Park and within city limits in Wascana Center and a number of city park locations.
Our mission is to create opportunities for recreational and competitive Nordic (cross country) and Alpine (downhill) skiing and snowboarding. The spirit of the club is aptly summed up by our motto: fun, friendship, fitness!