Summer Ski Camps have become important part of the off-season training period for many athletes. The biggest stars of Cross-Country skiing organize training camps for kids and young skiers in Norway, Finland or Sweden. This August Tobias Angerer and Nicole Fessel will spend three days in Garmisch-Partenkirchen with young skiers from all over Germany.
From 8th to 10th August the first edition of the Viessmann Summer Camp takes place. The camp is organized for skiers taking part in the DSV School Cup born from 1998 to 2000. Tobias Angerer and Nicole Fessel will be acting as the high-profile coaches. “We are very proud to have them on board. We are very happy that they did not hesitate a second to become mentors and coaches for the children,” the organizer Max Olex says.
Kids will get the training support also from young but experienced coaching staff. Besides the specific Cross-Country training, participants can expect magnificent landscape of the Zugspitze region and an exciting program.
Win the last spots!
The registration for the first Viessmann Summer Ski Camp kicked one week ago and as early as four days later all the spots were occupied. However, young readers still have a chance to win last spot if they answer correctly a simple question and are born from 1998 until 2000:
“Who became the overall winner of the inaugural edition of the FIS Tour de Ski in 2006/2007? Send the your answer with contact details (Name, Address, telephone, email address) to info[at]hausderathleten.de or by post to HAUS DER ATHLETEN, Wildenauerstr. 15, 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen by July 25th 2012.
You can find out more info at: www.hausderathleten.de
Contributed by www.xc-ski.de