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Our vision is to provide Australia’s leading ski racing and development programme, based on core values of PERFORMANCE, RESPECT and RESPONSIBILITY. We deliver this in a safe, fun and challenging environment, assisting each athlete to maximise their potential, and to develop the foundation skills for excellence that will extend beyond ski racing to all their personal endeavours.

TSRC is a not-for-profit sporting club run by a committee of past and current parents. The Club is supported by Kosciuszko Thredbo Limited (KT), which provides us with first class racing and training conditions.

Over the past 40 plus years our athletes have represented TSRC on Olympic, National and NSW State teams. They have competed in World Championships, World Cup races, Europa Cup races, World Junior Championships and international FIS and FIS Children’s races including Topolino (Italy) and Whistler Cup (Canada), regularly achieving podium results.

Lily Tomkinson to represent Australia at World Junior Champs in Sweden

Lily Tomkinson has been selected to represent Australia along with 3 other athletes at the World Junior Alpine Champs in Are, Sweden this week. Lily has worked extremely hard to recover from knee injuries and has had some strong results including a recent 1st place in Slalom FIS race in Japan. She will be competing in both GS and Sl events. All the very best of luck Lily. Lily will be joining Katy Parker, Louis Muhlen and Harrison Coull who have all... read more

2017 membership due TODAY

Hi all TSRC members and families Today is the deadline to RSVP re training for the 2017 season. If you have not responded to our secretary Rob Schuitema please do so NOW, as we shall be offering  new members training places next week. Rob’s email is rs61@bigpond.net.au Regards Felicity... read more

National team members 3 Nov

21 TSRC athletes named in the 2016-2017 National Alpine teams, Congratulations to our 3 female, 3 male U18 athletes, and 8 female and 7 male ” child” athletes named.

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