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  Topic Started By:  jemmam    On:  Tue 20th September, 2005 at 08:46
benpudney
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 542
Surrey want to be in the alps
#31  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 09:27
both, although im a far better skiier than boarder
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sam D
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 279
Staffordshire
#32  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 10:19
which resort are you hoping to be in then?
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hadlf102
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 51
canterbury, then france!!
#33  Re: ski  28 Oct '05 at 12:00
I ski, cant be arsed to learn to snowboard and spend a week on my ass!although maybe i will one day, but love the skiing!
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sam D
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 279
Staffordshire
#34  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 13:35
haha that'l be me the first week, fallin on my ass and rollin round on the floor, looking forward to it tho! Its gonna hurt a lot less fallin on snow than it does fallin on the dry slope at home! Ive never boarded on snow before so im really excited about it. See you out there!
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benpudney
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 542
Surrey want to be in the alps
#35  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 15:33
really not fussed on which resort i get. obviously have one i would like to go to and thats tignes and the chalet rossett but hey, as everyone says where ever you go you will have a blast so not really fussed.
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AmyL
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 126
Manchester
#36  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 18:23
Hello!

Think there are two weeks just because there are so many staff. I am going out with the first weeks training this season but last year was in the second and got the resort that i asked wanted so don't wory!!
Is second weeks training in Courchevel??
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jemmam
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 70
East London
#37  Re: Just over 5 weeks left wahooo!  28 Oct '05 at 19:57
Im leaviong with Ski Olympic on the 6th December anyone else leavoing on that date with SO? Not long everyone im soooooo excited!!!
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Snowhappy
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 21
Anywhere & Everywhere
#38  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 20:27
Ski hosts go out first, then there's two training dates for the rest of the staff. First training is for hotels and chalets opening on the 14th and second training for the hotels and chalets opening a week later. So don't worry...the individual dates you have been given are correct.
Snow, Snow, Snow, Snow
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moj
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 3,698
#39  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 23:27

Originally posted by sam D

Its gonna hurt a lot less fallin on snow than it does fallin on the dry slope at home!

Beginning of the season, sheet ice. Wanna bet?

Originally posted by toiletduck

Alright, I'd like to say that all eople with 3 letter forum names beginning with M, who've been heli skiing in NZ are twats with the social skills of a dead horse and should probably be banned from the internet in general, as well as sharp objects.
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Penniless_Playa
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 2,063
Where am I?
#40  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  28 Oct '05 at 23:39

Originally posted by moj

Originally posted by sam D

Its gonna hurt a lot less fallin on snow than it does fallin on the dry slope at home!

Beginning of the season, sheet ice. Wanna bet?

Hmm. New poll - What do we prefer picking dendix out of our backs or feeling broken and bruised on an icey piste.





I'd like to be piste please.

Originally posted by Motorhead

Everything Louder Than Everything Else!

:headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :headbang:
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benpudney
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 542
Surrey want to be in the alps
#41  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  30 Oct '05 at 11:22
if your boarding on sheet ice then you need you brain looking at. i would get my board out if theres ice in sight. taken in to consideration im not that good. but i have always thought if theres nice snow i will board if its a tad icey get the skis out. unless i can't be arsed to board and want to mess about on da skis
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sam D
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 279
Staffordshire
#42  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  31 Oct '05 at 09:11

Originally posted by moj

Originally posted by sam D

Its gonna hurt a lot less fallin on snow than it does fallin on the dry slope at home!

Beginning of the season, sheet ice. Wanna bet?

haha i don't know what im letting myself in for... im thinking its probably best that way! bring on the (small please) bruises!
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benpudney
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 542
Surrey want to be in the alps
#43  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  31 Oct '05 at 12:19
the best time of your life thats what your letting yourself in for. or so i have been told any way. only 5 weeks to go before i leave and counting down the days. ha ha ha. any one else flying from luton on dec 4th
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lady ski-moore
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 6
#44  Re: Ski Olympic Ski Season  31 Oct '05 at 13:49
Hey...(first time on the site so apologies for the appalling logon name!) I'm off to Courchavel with Ski Olympic for their training mid December - any advice on whether to fly alone or travel on coach? First season, little nervous but can't flippin wait! :P
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hadlf102
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 51
canterbury, then france!!
#45  Re: coach  31 Oct '05 at 15:07
hey, i am also travelling on coach with ski olympic in mid dec so defo do that!
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