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Ski and Snowboard

Sports Development

Southampton University Ski and Snowboard Club is the largest club in the Athletic Union and one of the leading university snowsports clubs in the country. We'll be taking 400 Southampton students to the French Alps for the Christmas ski trip in December and another during the Easter break. We run weekly training sessions in racing and freestyle as well as beginners' lessons, recreational trips and many incredible socials. The club is open to everyone from complete beginners to pro-racers so be sure to give it a go during your time at Southampton!.

Membership Information

These are the current membership plans offered by Ski and Snowboard, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.

  • Silver (£20)
    Necessary to attend the Christmas and Easter Ski trips. Allows members to attend beginner lessons and recreational sessions at snowdomes.
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  • Gold (£40)
    Gold membership gives all the benefits of silver membership and the opportunity to train and compete in the race and freestyle teams.
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This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Ski and Snowboard this year are:

  • Edward Newton
  • Jake Davison
  • Stephen Paddock
  • Alexandra Ainscow
    Vice President
  • Emma Long
    Race Captain
  • Joseph Cleary
    Design & Media
  • Aleksander Sokol
    Freestyle Captain
  • Simon Walker
    Social Secretary

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