My Interski Experience: Jiri Nohejl

Jiri Nohejl is an NZSIA trainer and examiner as well APUL (Czech) demo team member. Jiri shares his Interski experience… Interski Congress 2015 in Ushuaia is almost half a year behind us, but the strong emotions that I had when participating at this amazing...

Adopting the ISIA Card as a southern hemisphere nation

Early in the Interski week Mark Cruden delivered an indoor presentation discussing NZSIA’s decision to adopt the ISIA card in 2012 – the first southern hemisphere nation to do so. The presentation sat well under NZ’s banner of attract retain and develop, particularly...

Jon Ahlsén blogs BASI

Following Willy Boyd’s article on the Dutch last week we bring you another report on a non alpine nation represented at Interski. Jon Ahlsén blogs BASI… Great Britain – Instructors with transferrable skills I have been assigned with covering what BASI –...

The Dutch at Interski

Willy Boyd reports on the Dutch on snow workshop at Interski 2015. With so many on snow workshops and indoor lectures occurring each day during Interski at Ushuaia, our team tried to spread out and see as many different countries as we could. I was fortunate enough to...

Canada at Interski 2015

Here’s Ben Darlow’s summary of the Canadian message at Interski 2015 The Canadians again sent a strong team of skiers made up from both Eastern and Western Provinces. While I didn’t get to attend any of the Canadian presentations I spent 10 days post...

Swiss – The True Professionals

Tim Cafe provides a report on the Swiss Delegation at Inteski…… The Swiss team at interski really were the whole package. They were killer technical skiers. They were fun, playful skiers; with freestyle skills and some very creative and entertaining passes...