An Olympic athlete spends on average 1,500 hours on the slope each year, out of which around 1,300 hours is wasted on the ski lift. That means 1 minute of training requires 10 minutes of time wasted to get back up the mountain. And then add to that travel costs...
Approved by US Ski Team Head Coach, the exact match of all sensations and biomechanics of training on SkyTechSport Simulators helps top world's athletes practice Slalom, GS and Downhill all year round, right at the gym.
Year-round training on actual Olympic courses for world’s best racers: US Ski Team training facility in Park City, Utah
Vertical Drop Ski Shop was founded by Bob Thomas, whose family has been in the ski business for about 60 years. Bob has tons of hands-on, day-to-day experience in the ski industry. Today, not only they have the best ski racing gear, but they’re committed to innovation that leads the industry forward.
Urban Slope is a huge facility with 5 snow sports simulators in the centre of Seoul. They surprise skiing and snowboarding fans with cool design, as well as the fact that now they can ski right in the centre of a vibrant city.
Vermont brings us more U.S. Winter Olympians per capita than any other state. With our ski and snowboard simulator providing infinite slopes for Vermonters to train on regardless of the weather, the potential for what this local ski talent can accomplish is absolutely limitless.
SkiMaster school teaches all ages and levels, also providing the equipment for Latvian Olympic athletes. FIS Slalom Race and Snowboard Cross Europe Cup are among the resulting victories.
A unique specialised indoor winter sports training facility holding multiple interactive platforms under one roof.
The hot city of splendour and big projects added true ski racing experience to its profusion of action sports attractions.
The Turkish Ski Federation installed two brand new SkyTechSport simulators at Istanbul’s Çekmeköy. Its President Erol Yarar stated that their goal was to prepare 4 million skiers for their country in view of the Olympics 2026.