There’s really no reason to sanitize “before” if you do after. I suppose heavy breathing by a coach, and a coughing fit while carrying a bundle would make it a different story.All “team/site equipment” should be sanitized before, during, and after the on-snow/sport-specific training session.
No licking gates? I'm glad I don't coach U10s.There’s really no reason to sanitize “before” if you do after. I suppose heavy breathing by a coach, and a coughing fit while carrying a bundle would make it a different story.
I think you should emphasize athletes are not to lick the gates.
It’s a respiratory virus. You can clean all you want, but two or more people talking close together in the parking lot or on the hill is where it’ll spread.
Yeah, it's a reminder of the coming early-season challenge of distancing when there are limited lifts and open terrain. Add to that early season training competing with the general public for the limited space. It's a conflict in a normal year at Copper and seems like it will be next to impossible this year. If the racers paying the bills show up, the public may be forced to wait. I could see Copper potentially open to racers weeks before the public if capacity is limited by the gov.It's going to be interesting how early season training at Copper goes. I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see opening day pushed back. Maybe some type of limited access to the east village? Who knows if teams and/or schools will even come this season.