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Spend the season in the most beautiful ski areas in the world, training and racing in the most competitive areas globally, with an international team, while being deeply immersed in local culture. Our small size allows us to give the most to each individual athlete, in addition to give us the needed flexibility to adapt to the ever-changing European race scene.

Summer and fall

Pre-season training is essential for FIS athlete. You are welcome to train at home or you can join our pre-season training programs. Thanks to our cooperation with GB World we can offer training in the Alps and in European Ice boxes or training in the US (Colorado)

The programs combines training on-snow, dry training. Costs depend on programs. For more information about summer and fall training  please see here or contact us.

Winter season Fees & Costs

The winter season in Alta Badia  begins in early November and ends in early April, with the possibility of staying until May 1st for post-season training.

The program fees for the winter program in Alta Badia (early November to early-April) are $29,000, which include:

- On-snow training program 

- Dry training and off-snow training activities

- Transportation to training

- Transportation to races in the area 

- Administrative work, organization & support for eventual visa

- Recovery sessions on average twice a month (sauna, hot tub etc) 

- Team's Sync Jacket


Additional costs for the season:

- Room and (joint) board: dinners and lunches organized as a team 2/3 times a week, breakfast and snacks at races etc ($9900)

- Race fees (estimated at $2500 for the season),

- Seasonal Dolomiti skipass (estimated at $900 for the season),

- Travel to far away races (estimated at $3900 for the season),

- Personal food when not having lunch or dinner together as a team


How to enroll

First of all, write us. If possible, we encourage you come for a period of training with us so that we can know each other and understand if we are a reciprocal good fit. A series of zoom meetings with the prospective athlete and the family is also a possibility.

Once accepted, a non-refundable $5800 deposit for the training fees and a non-refundable deposit of $1980 for room and board will be due and eventual paperwork for the visa will be prepared.

The rest of the fees and of room and board can either be paid in full with a 10% discount by September 1st, or in 4 monthly installments, respectively on September 1st, October 1st, November 1st, December 1st.


Documents: Health certificate, Insurance, Passport

Italian law requires athletes to have a health certificate expressly stating the athlete's physical ability to race in ALPINE SKIING. Upon acceptance, you will be required to send us the health certificate, copy your health insurance, immunization record, and third-parties liability insurance and a copy of your passport.

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