It has often been said: It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. The more connections you have, both inside and outside of your organization, the stronger your business will become. A strong development strategy involves building and nurturing professional relationships. I see great opportunities in exploring these relationships with the goal of building strategic alliances throughout the world. The goal is to expand opportunities for our families, our staff, and our athletes; through strong professional relationships who share similar philosophies, visions, and dreams. I want to share a few insights on leveraging The Windham Race Factory through partnerships…Read More
We are pleased to announce the formation of the U10, U12 FACTORY Race Team. The FACTORY Team will be a small team that sits within our U10/U12 Alpine Race Team. First, a little history. This concept started as a pilot program we rolled out with the U10s during the season of 2020-21. Seeing some success and challenges with the program we made some changes including the name (Factory to AP). We expanded it to a greater audience which included a bigger U10 team and introduced it to willing U12 team members. Again we saw new progress and experienced new hurdles.…Read More
We are extremely excited to announce that veteran WRF coach Erik Anderson will join the WRF Leadership team as U12 Race Team Head Coach. Erik’s organization and communication skills, coupled with his approachable demeanor and professionalism, are the perfect fit to lead the WRF U12 Race Team into the future. Erik, his wife Melissa, and three sons Connor (15), Carter (12) and Quinn (10) are entering their 10th season at Windham Mountain. Erik has been a part of our team since 2014, most recently as a coach for the U16/18 Race Team. All of his boys have been part of…Read More
- 10am to 2pm
- Windham Mountain Sports
- We are moving this event up because gear like skis and boots is generally selling out earlier in the fall and we want to make sure everyone has the chance to get their orders placed before there are any supply concerns. This event is your opportunity to get the best prices on equipment for WRF athletes. We will have equipment reps and coaches on hand to help answer questions. If you are unable to make the event in-person, you will still be able to order gear at our sale date price by emailing Kate Cohane with the gear you would like to purchase at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All WRF athletes are invited to join our coaches for dryland training. Details below! Our coaches would love to get the racers together for some preseason fun and bonding.
Who: All ski racers
What: A little fun and bonding
How: Join us for a bit of summer camp fun as our racers will join a team and compete in relay races, competitive Simon says and other fun games.
Where: On Wooly Bear
When: Directly following the equipment sale at 2pm on Sept 9th.
Why: We believe that, while racing is an extremely individual sport, that belonging to a team and feeling a sense of belonging is paramount to each individual's success and experience.
- Dryland training beginning the weekend of September 9/10 running through the weekend of October 7/8, 2023
- Registration/Program Details: TBD
- Open to all athletes