November 17-23 *** REVISED

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    Matt DeCarufel

    Hello LCs,

    What an amazing day of skiing up on Moraine Lake last Saturday! Just 2 weeks until the first races of the season, so let’s make the most of it to come into the races ready to go. Race information is on our home page and the registration deadline is Wednesday, November 26th at 11pm. LC2s- Please wait to register as we have not heard back from CCA about which distances will be used for Canada Winter Games trials. So you may need to register in a different category that usual. We will tell you as soon as we hear from CCA. There are 3 trial races for CWG selection. The third one is on Monday Dec 1st in classic (7.5/10km). You will need to miss the morning at school

    Racing season is just around the corner. All 2000 born athletes and older need a CCC licence to race this year
    . Do not delay, register here. you need it for the AB Cups:

    LC2’s that have not met with Alain in the last 3 weeks, please sign up here:

    Some different sessions this week, so please read carefully:

    Monday(17): LC2 ONLY 4:30-6:00 Skate distance. LC1 born in 2000 6:30-7:30 Wax clinic- learn how to make your skis fast!

    Tuesday(18): 4:30-6:00 All LCs – Skate intensity (distance for LC2 Volleyballers and LC1 biathletes). Head lamp.

    Wednesday(19): 4:30-6:15 All LCs. Classic Ski. LC2 volleyballers will roll then ski, LC2 non-volley will only do the rolling and will end around 5:10pm. LC2- Bring a foam roller if you own one. **LC1 Biathletes-no team training**. Head lamp.

    Thursday(20):4:45-6:00 LC1– Strength then foam roller seminar. Bring one if you own one. You will be inside for the whole session tonight. LC2– Classic Intensity. Use the extra 15 minutes you’ll have after school to kick wax your skis well for the day’s conditions. We will personalize the amount of intensity athletes do from 0 to 20 minutes! Head lamp.

    Friday(21)-Sunday(23): LC1 Lake Louise Training Camp.
    LC2: Individual meeting for some and strength in bwtc. Women -> 1:45-3:00pm. Men -> 2:00-3:15pm.

    Sunday(23): Annual CNSC time trial on Moraine Lake Road.
    Glide wax your classic skis with Solda Performance Red. Apply a Swix VG35 base wax and layers of Rode Multigrade purple. Do the waxing at home. Leave Canmore at 8:15am. The course is close to the top of Moraine Lake Rd (about 30-40min slow ski there). The start is at 10:30pm. Bring a spare poly pro top to change into right after the TT. Your race will be about 20-30 minutes.

    “A true master never reaches a peak. He reaches a point where he sees that there is much more for him to learn and much further for him to go.” -Gerry Lopez

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