Welcome to WVBBTS! Whether you are brand new to Snow Sports or just new to Waterville this page will have you covered. On this page you will find resources such as the US Ski & Snowboard competition guide, tuning videos, information on signing up for races and more! We want your transition to WVBBTS to be super easy, so if you have any questions please reach out!
We also have New Family Ambassador program that matches you with a veteran family who can help you! There is more information below, and a link to sign up.
There is a lot going on at WVBBTS! Form competitions and training, to social activities and mixers. In order to navigate your first year with BBTS we have established a New Family Ambassador program. We match your family with a veteran BBTS family who can show you the ropes. They are a great resource for asking questions and meeting other club families! To sign up please use the link below.
For Alpine races follow this link to New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association. You will be able to sign-up for races, view the schedule, and see results.
For Freestyle/ Freeski events follow the link to Eastern Freestyle. You will be able to sign-up for events, view schedules, and see results. Other events through out the winter are held by USASA, for snowboarders and freskiers. The link to USASA is below
Athlete Support credits are required to be completed by every family in WVBBTS. The intent of this program is to ensure all members contribute fairly to the support of our athletes by helping WVBBTS host events that create opportunities for our athletes to compete at their home mountain. Families can choose to "buy out" their Athlete Support Credits at the begining of the season. At the end of the season any outstanding credits will be billed to the family
Weekend athletes ages U10 and up in the alpine or freestyle program- 6 credits per family
Alpine High School Program- 4 credits per family
All athletes in the Mitey Mites or freestyle GROMS programs – 2 credits per family
All athletes in the Junior or Senior Snowboard program- 5 credits per family
Examples of jobs that family members can do include, course crew (all disciplines), gate judge, scoreboard assistant, and cleaning the clubhouse. There are also certain jobs that require certification through US Ski & Snowboard, such as an Alpine Official. We understand that some families will not be able to volunteer on snow for various reasons (don't ski, injury, live far away). In that case please contact and we will help you sign up for a different type of job. We are very willing to work with you and find some way for you to volunteer. We will be using DIBS this season to sign up and track Athlete Support Credits.
Below are three videos to get you started with learning how to tune race skis! There are tons and tons of similiar videos on Youtube. The best way to learn to tune is by practicing!!! Get together with a seasoned ski tuner, and try it yourself!