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FIS Programmes

The Cardrona Alpine Ski Team FIS programmes are for FIS U21 & U18 performance-focused athletes. We have full or part time programmes available to suit every ski race athlete.

2017 Age Groups

FIS U21 & U18 athletes are born in 2001 or earlier. Once on snow, groups will be formed according to ability level, racing experience & age.


All our FIS programmes are targeted to elite level ski racers – the only difference between part & full time programmes are the number of days each athlete trains. The full time programme runs for 13 weeks, 5 days a week. The part time programme is based on 3 full day sessions per week.

For more information about specific programmes & to get a quote, contact us.

For all of our Programme Terms & Conditions, please click here 

FIS Programme Pricing 2017

  3 days/week 5 days/week
FIS Training $7050 $10600

What’s Included

  • On-snow training
    • Mon June 26 – Sun September 24 
    • 13 weeks
    • 3 or 5 day per week options
    • Extra training days to train 5 days/week over the July school holidays
  • Uniform (outer jacket & soft shell)
  • Video analysis
  • 3 month gym membership 
  • Transport to HPC training venues & Southern Lakes events


  • Season pass
  • Event entry, travel & lift passes at other mountains
  • Homestay is available for FIS athletes. For more information, read the Homestay Information form. To book, fill out the Homestay Application form & send to hpc@cardrona.com
  • Education


All FIS athletes must currently belong to a ski club (such as Wanaka Ski & Snow Sports Club), hold a current Ski Racing New Zealand licence available from Snow Sports NZ & be FIS registered.

Equipment Requirements

  • Slalom & Giant Slalom skis (FIS Homologated)
  • A helmet & back protector are compulsory for all training & racing
  • Slalom protection
  • Physical training clothes & running shoes
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