Race Camps

High level Slalom and Giant Slalom training

Giant slalom and slalom training for experienced skiers that want to get involved in racing but may have no experience, along with experienced racers, junior racers (16+), FIS CIT and Masters racers, Home Nations and University/Armed Forces ski teams. Basically any experienced skiers that want to race and train.

Discounted cost is for ski instructors and FIS/Masters racers, for all other skiers our normal course fee of £350.00 will apply

Read about Snoworks ‘open’ philosophy in ski racing.

Our team of coaches include Emma Carrick-Anderson, Phil Smith, Lee Townend, Euan Gardiner and Nick Quinn.

I progressed technically more than I expected to in the 5 days, and thoroughly enjoyed the week. Euan gave me easy to follow instructions and I benefited from his friendly and professional coaching

Requirements for this training:
Advanced skiers who can ski the whole mountain at a fast pace in control

High level of personal fitness

Race training experience preferred




Essential Information

Time of Year
Days Per Week
5 days, Monday to Friday
Hours Per Day
Full days autumn/summer
Skiers per group
Maximum 10
Purchase in resort
Ski Equipment
Video Analysis
OFF PISTE Safety Equipment

Training philosophies and content are overseen by Emma Carrick-Anderson, one of Britain’s finest ever female ski racers. Emma competed at 4 Olympic Games, 6 World Championships and numerous World Cups, was 11th in the 1997 World Championships, Britain’s top female Alpine Racer for 15 years. Emma will not be available on all weeks but oversees the programme content and philosophies and has a big influence on the race training programme.


Training is Monday to Friday for a minimum of 4 hours* of on-snow work in the gates or alternative training if weather does not permit with regular video analysis. Every Friday a comprehensive race is run with electronic timing to replicate race day conditions as closely as possible and prepare mentally to achieve optimum performance. (*3 hours in December)

Required Level

Race camps require a high level of performance. Previous race training experience is not necessary as everyone has to start off somewhere. For those that are concerned if their level is high enough for a race camp, book on a Race Carve course first.

Fitness and Preparation

A fitness programme on 3 afternoons per week is included whilst training. The fitter you are the higher your performance level will be.