Sorry we have not been posting much recently on this site , we are better skiers than web masters, however there is a very active Facebook group called Southern Freestyle Club where there is always someone online who will answer any questions or comments. Also feel free to use the contact us feature on this web site as it sends emails straight to us.
It has been brought to our attention that the calendar on this site was incorrect, it has been fixed now but let me make it clear that Freestyle Club Sunday sessions at Bracknell always start at 09:00 never at 08:00 , our sincere apologies to James & his mother from Snowtrax site that came to Bracknell last Sunday at 08:00.
For the record the public sessions on Thursday at Bracknell always run 7-10pm.
We had a rare injury last Sunday , snowboarder Luke Kimble broke his wrist & arm when going big on a 180, we wish him a fast & full recovery.
We are still running extended “squad” sessions on each 1st Sunday of the month when we get at least an extra 30mins slope time & have some extra coaching staff I would still like to move to quarterly squad sessions at different slopes more in the style of “grom camps” but have not had time to get it organised properly.
There is a some exciting competition news for the summer in that SSE are setting up a 4 slope series of Freestyle comps for this in addition to the Snowtour series which has now sadly dropped to just one event.
For news on such national level competitions see this link http://www.freestylesnowsports.co.uk/british/
Personally I am less involved in activivly sking at Bracknell , I have been doing it for may years & now need to give more attention to other areas of my life but I still love to come down & jib on the jumps & rails when I get a chance, I had an amazing trip to see the Dew tour & ski with the British team in Breckenridge & Keystone last December.
We had a fab club trip to the “dry” slope of Noex Les Mines in Northern France in the middle of a snowstorm in January & found it had enoug snow to ski it like an apline park, it is a great training facility & we should use it more (see picture below)
I will try to see if when sitting at home I can spend more time getting used to editing on the web site & put up more articles.
Happy skiing to all & good luck to all those taking part in competitions over the rest of the this season.