Fast & Female Power Hour in Lake Placid!
Sunday, 8 September 2013 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Lake Placid, NY
Fast & Female is Proud to Present an Afternoon of Athletic Inspiration and Fun Hosted by the US Ski Team Women for Girls 9-19!
What: An afternoon of inspiration and fun! Learn about goal setting and be inspired by your favourite National and International American Ski Stars, ask questions and then have more fun with some Yoga or Zumba dancing afterwards.
When: Sunday September 8, 2013 from 2pm-4pm.
Where: The Olympic Training Center, Lake Placid. 196 Old Military Road.
Who: Girls 9-19, all abilities welcome. Invite all your girlfriends or come on your own, everyone fits in!
How: Sign up here on eventbrite to reserve your spot! $12/participant for online registration. Day of registrations will be accepted but the cost goes up to $20/person!
Why: To meet new friends, learn from F&F's amazing Ambassadors, Spread the Love of Sport and of course, to just have fun!
Hey Parents and Coaches, you are invited too! Matt Whitcomb, US Ski Team Women's Coach will be leading a presenatation about coaching women, followed by Q&A.
Sign up for the adult session while the girls are off having fun and let youself in on the inspiration and learning. Tickets $10/each online.
Sign up today to join your favourite US Ski Team members and top American racers Jessie Diggins, Sophie Caldwell, Annie Pokorny, Liz Stephen, Erika Flowers, Ida Sargent, Liz Guiney and Caitlin Patterson for this great event!
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Fast and Female
Fast and Female is a non-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment through sport of young women ages 9 to 19. By partnering with female olympians, we offer inspiring programming all over North-America. Through our non-competitive and fun initiatives, we strive to retain girls in the competitive sports of cross-country skiing, biathlon and complementary summer endurance sports. In the long-term, we hope to be involved in all olympic sports. Fast and Female is based in Canmore, Alberta and was founded in 2005 by olympic gold medalist in cross-country skiing - Chandra Crawford.