Canadian Adaptive Snowboard Championship

The Canadian Snowboard Federation will host the first ever Adaptive Snowboarding National Championships at Grouse Mountain from January 27 – 29, 2009. The National Championships will be held in a sling-shot (single rider) format, on a specially designed snowboardcross course. All participants should have previous competitive experience in Adaptive Snowboarding.

Canadian Adaptive Snowboard Program National Championships
Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver, B.C.
January 27 – 29, 2009


This is an open event. Athletes from all nations are welcome to participate.

An athlete Development Camp for all interested participants will be held on January 27 and 28 with coaching focus on equipment, training environment, physical and psychological training as well as technical and tactical performance factors; the National Championships competition will take place on January 29.

The CSF will also be holding an Adaptive Snowboard Summit on January 30, following the National Championships. Further information on this seminar to consider the future development of adaptive snowboarding will be released shortly.


Grouse Mountain is situated in North Vancouver, a thirty minute drive from the Vancouver city centre.

Grouse Mountain will provide discounted (night rate) lift tickets to all registered athletes and coaches/assistants.

Accommodation: The Comfort Inn (North Vancouver) is offering all Adaptive Nationals Participants

Author: mucca