WVSC

Andrew Matthews

Darcy Sharpe

Mercedes Nicoll

Kyle Thomas

Molly Milligan

Aaron Santos

About The Club

Whistler’s premiere snowboard club. Developing some of Canada’s top snowboarders and training the stars of tomorrow, doing it with style and purpose.

The Whistler Valley Snowboard Club provides a fun and safe environment, encouraging both competition and recreational riders to fully meet their potential. The high-energy, professional coaches are always on-hand to encourage progression on any and all Whistler/Blackcomb terrain, be it powder, park, pipe and snowcross. The members work toward reaching their full potential as athletes and as people, developing life-long friendships along the way.

The Whistler Valley Snowboard Club is primarily about our members. We rip around all day, constantly working on skills and having the best day ever!

 

Our Snowboard Coaches

WVSC coaches include some of the best snowboarders in the industry. Led by Joe McAdoo, the coaching programs will encourage hard work, self-discipline and dedication, providing a solid foundation for success in every aspect of life.

Since 2003, Joe McAdoo has been overseeing coaching and day to day training to ensure the curriculum encourages progression as Head Coach. Working with coaches such as: Olivier Roy, Robjn Taylor, Duncan Mainland & Jen McGoldrick.

 

Our Members

The WVSC has become the prime model for similar snowboard programs and members frequently podium in the Provincial, National Pro competitions each year.

This year WVSC will be training Senior National Team and Junior National Team members. Our development program currently has 3 men ranked in the top 25, and 2 women ranked in the top 15 on Canada Snowboard’s ranking list. One of the main goals of the Development program is to prepare athletes to compete for Canada at the Olympics and other high level competitions.

 

WVSC coaches include some of the best snowboarders in the industry. Led by Joe McAdoo.

Whistler Valley Snowboard Club became officially endorsed in the winter of 1997/98.

Now with over 80 members and a dozen coaches on staff.