September 25, 2018

Register for The Regional Snow Camp Now

Hello Ski Fans,

The Regional Snow Camp 1 Registration is now open. I will need to confirm registration number immediately after Registration Closes on October 15th so we should not take any late entries as we will not likely have any extra space. This camp is intended for 2006 and older skiers. Contact me if you have age limit concerns.

Camp Notice is Here!

and the Registration is Here!

Thank You,

Adam Elliot

Van Departure for Whistler September 25th 2018

Hello Ski Fans,

11:45 am at Adam’s House to load the Van for the BCST trip to Whistler.

Bring a Headlamp just in case! Have your running stuff available in your travel pack. Again, 1 Duffle Bag, Breakfast and Lunch food in a Cooler or Box, Travel Day Pack, homework pack and Your Roller Ski stuff is all you should bring.

The van will depart at Noon!


Adam Elliot

Important Change of Plans Apple Bowl

Hello Ski Fans,

The Track which was open last week is now closed again until Wednesday. So that means we need to change our plans for today and Thursday. Now T2C and L2C will be up basing today’s workouts out of South East Kelowna Elementary School. If coming this morning park at the North End of the Playing fields where the road does the 90. T2T Knox Mountain at 6 PM.

Tuesday, September 18th 2018, SEK Skate Skiing: T2C at 10 am and L2C at 5 pm.

Tuesday, September 18th 2018, T2T Knox Mountain 6 pm. Bring Your Hill-bounding Poles. Sorry about the inconvenience.

Thursday, September 20th, the entire team will be meeting at the Apple Bowl for our Critical Speed testing at 5pm. The First test will start at 5:20 so if you are a little late we will be warming up. We would like all athletes 13 and older to complete at least one of these test sessions per season. This is an opportunity to improve your results and to compare yourself to others in the country plus current and past Telemark skiing Heros!

The Evening will look like this: 5:00 Warmup, 5:20 Test 1, 5:35 Testing and Metrics Discussion, 6:00 NST Strength Test 2, 6: 35 Prep for next test, 6:50 Test3 and done by 7pm.

Test 1, 5:20, 13 and older will run the 3000 m. 12 and under will run the 1000 m.

Test 2, 6:00, is the NST Strength test. 2 people will start this test every 2 minutes and they will do 1 minute of an activity with 1 minute break between. The order of the test is Pull-ups, Sit-ups, Push-ups, Box Jumps and Dips. You will have a partner who helps you count your repetitions. When you have completed the test you will count for your partner’s test.

Test 3, 6:50, the 13 and older will run the 1000 m. 12 an under will run the 400 m possibly in two heats depending on numbers.

Despite how difficult this sounds everyone has a really good time doing the testing.

Thank You,


Do You Need Roller Skis?

Hello Ski Fans,

I am putting together a Swenor  Roller Ski Order Which is being shipped tomorrow. I can add skis if you get back to me today. Please Email at TODAY

Here is a link with the Pricing; Here!

Prices do not include bindings. I can order bindings as well for about $100

Thank You,

Adam Elliot

Today is the Last Chance to Register for the Regional Camp! Coach MeetingToo

Hello Ski Fans,

We have reopened the Regional camp registration until tonight. Register Here!

We will have a quick Coaching Meeting at the Triathlon to discuss some details for the Regional Camp this weekend.

Thank You,

Adam Elliot

Telemark Triathlon September 4th

There may be some real tri-athletes this season? The swim will be at touching depth as usual now.

Meet at 5:30 to go over the course. Probably no Weddings this year on a Tuesday afternoon…

Well it is here again our annual team Triathlon. Following the traditional format of Swim, Roller Ski and Run. Again This year we will have a “Never Roller Skied” category for those who do not want to be introduced to roller skiing in a race format (highly recommended). Come take part in this great fun event!

Previous Results!

Never Roller       300m Swim                             Out and Back

Skied?                    1300m Run                             One Outer Loop and One Inner Loop

Young             300m Swim                             Out and Back

2400m Ski                               One Full Lap

1300m Run                             One Outer Loop and One Inner Loop

Standard            600m Swim                             Out and Back Twice

4400m Ski                               2 Laps, 2nd lap not going to the North End

2600m Run                             an Outer Lap Followed by an Inner Lap then

Another Outer Lap followed by an Inner Lap

Advanced        600m Swim                             Out and Back Twice

4800m Ski                               2 Full Laps. Returning to the Park each Lap

2600m Run                             an Outer Lap Followed by an Inner Lap then

Another Outer Lap followed by an Inner Lap



Circle the Buoy at the end of each length

If you do not complete your Swim you may Continue Racing but only 5 minutes after the slowest Swimmer has started their Roller Ski.

Roller Ski

You will only be allowed to start if you have a Helmet, Reflective Vest and ski Equipment on.

Stay on the Right side of the Road

Do not Cross the Centerline on Corners. Penalty or Disqualification


Stay on the Right side of the Road


Swim Suit and Goggles, Helmet, Reflective Vest, Gloves, Ski Boots, Poles, Roller Skis and Extra Skis if possible, Shoes, Recovery Food and Warm Clothes for after.

Regional Camp Registration Deadline August 31st 2018

Hey That Camp Is Next Weekend! September 7-9th!

Yes, the Camp Details can be found by Clicking HERE!

Registration is Available Here!

The Team Members born 2002 and 2003 are expected to attend this camp to mentor the younger skiers.

Also Next Week is Our Annual Roller Ski Triathlon Tuesday September 4th at 5:30. This is always a blast! The Details from last season are HERE!

This will be the same format as last year.

Thursday is a run from Rose Valley Elementary School. 5 pm L2C starts. The T2T group starts at 6 pm.

That’s All For Now!


Roller Ski Wheel Group Order

Hello Ski Fans,

I have had requests to put together a group order for Roller Ski Wheels. Look at your wheels. Are they worn funny? (on 1 side); nearly impossible to ski properly on. Are the bearings loud or looses? Is the Rubber low? Yes? Time for new wheels

By ordering in a group we save on shipping costs. If we have enough sets of wheels to order we may be able to get a further team discount. We order wheels directly from as they are the best price for complete wheels with new bearings. These wheels fit all skate skis that we have ever ordered through the team; Swenor, F1, and One way. Everyone on our team uses speed 2 wheels. Normally works out to $120 for a set with shipping, tax and duty when ordered in a group.

Here is a Link!×24-mm-roller-ski-wheels/

Looks like they also sell those are to find Roller Ski Tips too…

Email me ASAP if interested. Thanks,

Adam Elliot