Latest news and upcoming camps 2020

Hello in the summer heat, after unusual spring and summer with a little skiing and many new rules to follow, here is a small update on what we have been doing and what we plan for the fall.

We can happily share that Anders ´Calle´ Carlsson is back on the slopes after a tough year with severe sickness within the family. Calle is very excited to be back and is especially looking forward to meeting all of you again!

On the first of August, we started our new initiative Trysil Race Elite (TRE), eight Scandinavian skiers born 2001-1996 who moved to Trysil to continue their journey towards establishing themselves in the European Cup. The team will have its base in Trysil and spend this year's pre-season on skis in Juvasshytta and in Oslo's new ski hall SNÖ. In between, the dryland training is carried out in Trysil. The plan is based on 230 training days / year. 

A new head coach has been hired for the team, Enric Guerra Cusi. He grew up in Spain but most recently came from Canada where he has worked as a coach for the past four years. You can follow Trysil Race Elite's training and everyday life on instagram: Trysilraceelite.

During July and August, Trysil Race Academy conducted three camps at Juvasshytta and at Snö in Oslo with good conditions and many happy athletes from Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Upcoming camps:

Week 39 (22–27 / 9) Join the season's first speed camp!

Six days with full focus on developing and improving your Super-G technic. We will start the week by developing your skills in the various elements of speed and then move on to full-length Super-g course. Join us for a week at high speed! Our new Elite team will also be on site in Juvasshytta this week.

Week 43 (18-23/10) Sölden (OBS Few spots left!)

During week 43 we will have our very popular camp in Austria with focus on GS. This week offers high quality training in a fantastic environment, with the best skiers in the world on site. The World Cup premiere kicks off 17-18 / 10 with the men's and women's GS. We also have a few spots available for Thursday-Sunday week 42.

Week 45 5-8/11 Snö, Oslo.

The new hall in Oslo is fantastic for quantitative slalom training with the possibility of up to 600 gate passes / day! Guaranteed good conditions.All camps are open for booking: have negotiated affordable accommodation options at all our camps, contact us for more info.

What happens in Högegga

During the summer, a new large start house was built on the EC women's start, which is a big boost for the winter. The work has been led by Dan Hagen, who has also received help from several sources.

The planned opening date for the training center is November 14th, opening will of course take place earlier if the weather conditions allows it. For the upcoming winter, we have negotiated really good prices on several of the hotels incl. meals. Keep an eye on our website for more info!