I would like to start off by apologizing for my lack of updates as of late. I have been severely under the weather and am just now getting back on the horse. I was up early (5:30 spin in my room) as there is so much exciting news happening today.

Today is the first training run for the opening World Cup downhill in Lake Louise. BC’s very own Conrad Pridy, starts 68th and longtime BC friend, Chris Frank, starts 72nd. For Conrad this marks his first World Cup opportunity while Chris is a seasoned veteran having spent last season on the WC.

Dryland extraordinaire,  Andrew Lambert, is coming to town today to assist the BC Team in their final preparations for the upcoming season. We can’t wait to have him onboard to pick his brain about the latest and greatest dryland training techniques.

Ben Maclean has recently returned from a successful camp in Colorado and Tyler Werry will be joining us after the completion of the Prospect Team Camp in Nakiska. We are less than two weeks away from “GO Time” and the boys are eager to put their off-season training to the test. This is going to be fun!

NOTE:  The first men's downhill training run at Lake Louise has been cancelled because of heavy snowfall – read ACA NEWS