Single Best Technological Advance Since the Video Camera

Guest Blog Post by Brandon Dyksterhouse, former Head Coach US Women’s Ski Team I often get asked the question, “what is the best thing I can do to improve my ski racing?” My response is always the same, “MAKE EVERY TURN COUNT!” Unlike soccer or basketball, our sport is weather dependent and has a significant cost

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Despite Pandemic Protern.io Has Eye on Growth in European Markets

Despite the challenges of the pandemic including travel restrictions and access to foreign customers Protern.io is planning significant growth from the European Alpine, Para Alpine and Ski and Boarder Cross markets over the next six months. On July 15, an agreement was signed with Bergamin Sport Conceptions of Switzerland to act as the European Business

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Realtime Factored Times and What that Means for Para-Alpine Skiers

Para-Alpine athletes compete in five disciplines, downhill, super G, giant slalom, slalom and super combined. At the Paralympics, Para-Alpine events happen on the same hills at the Olympic Alpine events. This means that athletes who are visually impaired, in a sit ski, or have some form of physical disability but still stand, are regularly reaching top

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Developing the Next Generation with Protern.io

Protern.io might be making waves on the World Cup circuit but is not just for the World’s elite athletes. We connected with two development team coaches to find out how junior racing teams are using Protern.io to help develop their athletes. We had the chance to talk with Frederick Thomas, head coach of Schneesport Mittelland

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Protern.io Season Highlights

In March, life on the ski hill and in homes across the globe came to an abrupt halt. Races were cancelled and team training put on hold. Despite the shortened ski season, Protern.io had many moments to celebrate after their first winter. Now, as things begin to open back up and teams in Europe prepare

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