Alpine Programs

Eastern Special Events

Eastern Fall Festival





October 18, 2014

Holiday Inn - Rutland, VT

Meet the USSA Eastern Region staff and important EACC committee members as we come together for a day of enrichment before the EACC meetings.

There are two tracks at this year’s festival. Track A is for the program director, administrator, parent and some part-time coaches. Track B is for the full-time coaches and some part-time coaches. Feel free to choose your own adventure!


Anticipated schedule of events: (Subject to change)                     


9:00am                        USSA’s Single Base, Double Peak Development Pyramid  

Tracks A&B               Eric Harlow – USSA, Eastern Region Program Director

10:00am                      Update on Club AMP

Tracks A&B               Jennifer Stielow MS, CSCS – AMP Sport, Sport Science Expert

11:00am                      Finding USSA Resources

Track A                       Eric Harlow – USSA, Eastern Region Program Director

                                    Setting up a Training Environment                                      

Track B                       Stever Bartlett – Head Alpine Coach, Middlebury College

1:00pm                       TBD

Track A                       TBD

Course Setting: Adding Variety and Challenge

Track B                       Mike Morin – Program Director, Stratton Mountain School

2:00pm                        Re-Introducing the USCSA’s Macconnell Division

Track A                       Larry Gianatti – Head Alpine Coach, University of Connecticut

                                    The Importance of the Long Radius Turn

Track B                       Tom Sell – Program Director, Killington Mountain School

                                                                                                                                                      Draft: 9/18/14



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