2020 marks the end of the decade, as well as 30 years of Sharks Ski Club. So, with only a few hours until the new year, let’s take a look back at the last 10 years at Sharks. Please share this post with your friends and share your own, personal memories in the comments below.
In 2010 and 2011, Sharks ski club was based solely at the Sheffield Ski Village. Thursdays hosted 2 and a half hours of freestyle and race training sessions running alongside each other, followed by an h...
26 instructors on the hill today! Our annual instructor training day saw young and old come together to discuss their experiences in teaching. A great day of discussions and skiing for all! Many thanks to Norman for organising such a seamless occasion and to Swadlincote Snowsports Centre for hosting us!
Another Shark with an exciting opportunity to work in the mountains this winter with out friends at Ski2! Good luck Tori!
Tori White will be joining us as Head of the Penguin Club this winter. Tori is a qualified Primary school teacher, who has focused on Key Stage 1 and the Foundation Stage. Tori has taken some time off to travel and joins us after working as a private Nanny in Tignes.
We are delighted to be currently hosting Sharks Ski Club Public here at our centre for their coaching sessions every Saturday morning 9am - 11am.
Sharks Ski Cl...ub are a family orientated Ski Club who provide a professional and affordable learning environment for all skiers of all ages.
Their Saturday morning sessions are aimed at helping all from someone who wants to tweak their skills ready for a holiday in the alps, through to individuals preparing for competition.
Their FUNdamental principals aim to provide affordable skiing for everyone, regardless of age or ability.
The sessions are structured and adhere to SnowSport England Guidelines and the club is SnowMark Accredited.
Whilst spaces are currently restricted around covid guidelines, if you, your children or your whole family are interested in taking part in their sessions we highly recommend you getting in touch with them and discuss being added to their contact list so they can let you know when space is available.
More information can be found on their website: http://www.sharksskiclub.org.uk/ or email email@example.com
A big thanks to everyone who helped organise this mornings session in a way that keeps everyone safe and distanced!
Also a massive thank you to Swadlincote Snowsports Centre for hosting us and for their cooperation in making the morning run smoothly!
Dear friends from the United Kingdom, Zermatt is deeply connected to you through its history. British mountaineers first brought tourism to Zermatt, and to this... day, Zermatt can welcome many visitors from the UK. Unfortunately, travelling is not possible right now. We send you a sign of hope from the Matterhorn instead. 🇬🇧❤️
© Light Art by Gerry Hofstetter / Foto Gabriel Perren
Sharks Challenge Number 3 - Guess Who ?
How many young Shark instructors and committee members can you name ?