Adaptive Sports Foundation

EDD Race Camp & Golden/Mills Cup Race

Eric D. Dettenrieder Race Camp and Diana Golden/Mills Cup Level 1 Race

Eric D. Dettenrieder Race Camp:
February TBD, 2017

Diana Golden/Mills Cup Level 1 Race:
February TBD, 2017

Click here for photos from the 2016 Diana Golden/Mills Cup Level 1 Race.



The Eric D. Dettenrieder Race Camp offers new or experienced racers excellent coaching on technique and tactics. Any intermediate or advanced skier or rider with a physical or cognitive disability may participate. The Eric D. Dettenrieder Race Camp is followed by a Diana Golden Level 1/Mills Cup Race. The Golden Cup Series memorializes US and World Champion skier Diana Golden and is intended to promote the sport of ski racing and snowboarding to athletes with disabilities on the East coast.

The Eric D. Dettenrieder Race Camp includes coaching on ski and snowboard technique through fundamental drills, tactics of racing in a course, and video analysis of the training sessions. After each day of training on snow, there are indoor sessions on tactics and line, nutrition, and conditioning. The training takes place mostly on intermediate and easier expert terrain, so participants must feel comfortable on that terrain.

The Diana Golden Level I race is open to skiers and snowboarders and takes place on Lower Wheelchair, home of the Windham NASTAR course. To make the race competitive between people with varying disabilities, times are factored or multiplied by a number based on disability classification.

The participants with cognitive disabilities are invited to participate in the Mills Cup division of the race. Gold, silver and bronze medals are awarded in all categories.

Please contact ASF Program Director Pam Greene with any questions: 518.734.5070/

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