More SSA Information

Please see below for important information on SSA Membership, registering for Alpine Physical Literacy clinics (Jindabyne Saturday 14th (under 12yr and under 14yr athletes) and Sunday 15th July (FIS and Under 16yr athletes) and registering for SSA TSRC Skills assessment to be held at Thredbo on 17th and 18th July. In addition a parent/family education evening  which is being conducted by SSA on 11th September in Jindabyne.  TSRC fully supports the SSA Skills Testing and Physical Literacy days, and recommends that all TSRC athletes attend. These activities form part of our training program – there will not be alternate TSRC training available on these days. The Skills Assessment will take a full day whereas the Physical Literacy will be an afternoon session preceded by on-snow training in the morning. Age groups are split over two days for both programs eg. for the Skills Assessment U16/FIS are rostered on Tuesday 17th with standard training for U14/U12 on that day, vice versa for the second day. Please do not hesitate to contact us at if you have any questions or would like to discuss any of the above – or any aspect of the forth coming TSRC season. The weather report tells us its snowing in Thredbo – with the forecast for some cold nights ahead –  so hopefully the right conditions for the snow guns to really fire up. SSA Membership The SSA Membership is now open. All the information regarding memberships is available here: What is included in the Alpine membership can be accessed via this link: Alpine Physical Literacy Clinic The online registrations for the Alpine Physical Literacy Clinic is now open – link – NSW – JINDABYNE U14 Athletes – Saturday...

SSA Membership

All training members of TSRC need to be financial members of SSA. All U12, 14 and 16 athletes will need Junior Alpine Racer membership and FIS Athletes will need Alpine Racer membership. You will need these to register for SSA Physical Literacy Clinics, Education Forum and National Skills Assessment as well as race entries for all FIS races and SSA Children’s Carnival Follow this link to the registration page:

Training bookings deadline is closer than you think!

Hi all, A reminder that all training bookings for the Standard Programme – school holidays and weekends – are due to completed on the TSRC website before May 31 – next Thursday. During the week after that I will transfer all booked dates onto the training spreadsheet for Joe and Richard to use to book coaches. The booking process is: GO TO THE TSRC WEBSITE: LOG ON TO THE MEMBERS AREA. GO TO THE CALENDAR AND CLICK ON THE FIRST DAY OF STANDARD TRAINING. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BOOK ALL STANDARD TRAINING DAYS ON THIS PAGE. TRAINING DAY BOOKINGS – COMPLETE BOOKINGS FOR EACH ATHLETE SEPARATELY. PAYMENT – PAYPAL OR CREDIT/DEBIT CARD FOR ADD-ON TRAINING DAYS. SAVE A PDF RECORD OF YOUR BOOKINGS. COMPLETE THE WHOLE BOOKING PROCESS FOR EACH CHILD BEFORE STARTING THE NEXT CHILD. You will need to book Standard Program days separately from Bookings for Add-On Training Days. Each block/week of Add-On training has its own deadline – which is on the web site – rule of thumb is approx. 10 days prior to the training day. These deadlines will be published after the long weekend. Get back to me by email if you have any issues. Cheers...

President’s Preseason News

TSRC AGM 6th May Thank you to all the members who came along to the AGM on Sunday 6th May. It was a great turnout, an informative meeting and we enjoyed meeting a large cohort of new members. The meeting welcomed, as guests, members of the SSA “team”, and Adam Hosie, Snow Sports General Manager of KT. Mick Branch (SSA Alpine Director), Shawn Fleming (SSA Ski Cross Coach), Lachlan Clark (SSA National Alpine Committee Chair) , Rebecca Clark (SSA Alpine Administration) and Daniel Bosco (NSW Snowsports Chair) represented SSA. Mick provided an excellent overview of the SSA Alpine and Ski Cross Review and Roadmap. There was robust discussion and explanation for members’ queries about the new plan. Mick emphasised that TSRC has the staff and facilities to implement the pathway successfully. A special thanks to Charlotte Murphy, a TSRC athlete, who expressed her support for the new Roadmap. Her interpretation of its benefits vs shortcomings of the preceding system provided us all with much food for thought. The SSA Alpine and Ski Cross Review is essential reading for all alpine athletes and their parents and is available on the SSA website. Daniel Bosco spoke about unification, and along with Rebecca Clark their intention to engage with the NSW Universities regarding assessment of athletes’ suitability for “extra ATAR points” as elite athletes. Richard Davis, Club Captain and Joe Draxl, Head Coach, supported by the TSRC Committee, have already been working closely with Mick and Shawn to implement the strategic plan’s recommendations in our 2018 training programme. If you have any questions on the SSA Roadmap and its implications for TSRC please do not hesitate to  contact...

2018 Training Bookings

Bookings for training days on this website (in the members area) is now open. Each parent should have received an email with complete instructions. If you missed this email, contact Geoff at