Unsure of the distribution of the original email so please pass onto any clubs members, coaches, parents. The following message received from Andrea Grant the Chair of ASC. It is an opportunity for you to have a say about the sport in future years.
We are running 2 open meetings on the weekend of 21st & 22nd July 2012 to discuss the future of Alpine Racing in the UK. We would like to obtain the views of people who are involved with racing for racers to parents to coaches to officials.
The results from the Hemel ERSA have been posted here. Thanks to Hemel for hosting the event and all those helping in the background to make the race a success. If you have any feedback regarding the race please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well done to Alicja Krahelski and Finlay Davies for which the CH1 girls and boys categories which means they received the Team Evolution prize for the free camp place.
At the Hemel ERSA race tomorrow we will continue our trial of the Live Streaming and you can view it here http://www.ersa.co.uk/live_streaming. At the same time we will also carry out the first trial of the ERSA Live Timinghttp://www.ersa.co.uk/live_timing. Once we have proved everything works with the Live Timing we will be able to improve the information provided online in real time.
Next weekend the final two Club Nationals in ERSA will be taking place at Norfolk, Saturday 16th, and Ipswich, Sunday 17th. Both venues are always popular and a good day is always had by those taking part. The Norfolk CN will start at 9.30am and the Ipswich will be starting at the normal 8.30am. We are doing this so that people traveling a distance to Norfolk do not need to have an overnight stay on Friday. This worked very well at the recent Welwyn race.
Attached is a document which has been put together by BSS (Dr Jenny Shute and Paddy Mortimer) about possible changes in the future. It is a discussion document and feedback is welcome. Andrea Grant, email@example.com, is collating feedback for SSE or alternatively if you would prefer send it to myself at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward it on. Feedback is required by the end of May.
In previous years both the Hemel and Milton Keynes summer league races have been extremely well supported and thank you for that. As many of you know we are very constrained on time we have the indoor slopes in comparison to the outdoor slopes. While the races run very efficiently and we generally keep to time we are also aware that with increased numbers taking part in the region we will again have a lot of people looking to take part in both races. Last year we had 218 racers enter the Hemel summer league and this was a challenge.
Tonight Jasmin Taylor from Ipswich, featured on the BBC Look East programme talking about her Telemark skiing over the past winter. She trains over at Hemel where there is now a club. Watch the video here.