APJ 2016-2017 Registration is now open!

Hi! for everyone that has expressed interest and for the returning skiers: here we go!

Assiniboine Park Jackrabbits online registration is now open:

Please go to this link: https://zone4.ca/reg.asp?id=13520

We look forward to seeing your skiers, and you, in the near future.  Keep following this site for more details!

Coach Ihor

 

 

 

 

2 responses to “APJ 2016-2017 Registration is now open!

  1. Bonnie Palmer

    Can you tell me what program to put my daughter in? She is 10 and new to skiing. The link does not say what bunny rabbit, jackrabbit and track attack mean.

    Thanks,

    Bonnie Palmer

    On 3 October 2016 at 21:48, Assiniboine Park Jackrabbits wrote:

    > Assiniboine Park Jackrabbits posted: “Hi! for everyone that has expressed > interest and for the returning skiers: here we go! Assiniboine Park > Jackrabbits online registration is now open: Please go to this link: > https://zone4.ca/reg.asp?id=13520 We look forward to seeing your skiers, > and yo” >

    • Thanks for your interest in the APJ program. You’re right! The website doesn’t describe the differences between the terms. I’ll have to fix that so I’m glad you brought it to my attention. “Jackrabbit” is the general term for all the skiers. “Bunnyrabbit” usually describes the littlest ones in the group – the newbie skiers. And “Track Attack” refers to the kids with more experience…those putting in extra hours to hone their skills. Our coaches would be able to tell you where your daughter would fit in with the group once they see her ski. Skill, more so than age, determines with which group each member should ski during the Sunday session. We take into consideration that a 10 year old probably doesn’t want to be stuck with 5-7 year olds. Therefore a group of older, beginner skiers might be a good idea to create if there is a demand for it.

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