Thank you for entering the FISCHER Junior Rocketeers Competition where you have the chance of winning a set of skis, boots and poles, to help you achieve your racing goals. We have selected a professional group of judges to help us assess each applicant, on not only racing ability but also a passion for the sport.
Entry closes 19th April (2024) at Midnight (00:00), when all the collected entries will be sent off to our judging panel, and a winner will be selected in May.
You can find the full Terms & Conditions, Privacy Notice, and Parental Consent Information listed at the end of this page.
Please fill in and submit the form below to enter the Junior Rocketeers Competition. Parents / Guardians please read the Parental Consent Information prior to signing the consent section of this entry form.
Entries are limited to 1 per youth (if duplicate entries are discovered, we will take the first entry by date and all further entries will be deleted).
Entrants will be judged by a panel which will include coaches from Uniq Snowsports, UK Ski race media, UK race specialist retailers, and current world cup FISCHER GB athletes!
Widely considered to be the greatest British skier of all time, he has competed for Great Britain in four Olympics, seven World Championships, and won the Europa Cup. Ryding’s best World Cup result was a victory in 2022 Kitzbühel slalom, the first victory for any British athlete at that level in Alpine skiing.
Dave is an inspiration to aspiring skiers, encouraging them to dream big and pursue their passions relentlessly. With his captivating flair and genuine love for the sport, alongside Dave’s 1st place in Kitzbuhel he has a further 5 World Cup podiums and 24 Top tens on the world Cup Circuit.
Dan Poth is UNIQ Snowsports Co-Founder, Managing Director and Lead Coach. Dan is one of the UK’s brightest young coaching talents and his services are highly sought after. He is now going into his 8th year full time coaching across all age groups ranging from U12 – FIS. Dan left racing early to pursue a career in coaching at Kandahar Racing.
He worked himself up from Lead U10 Coach to Head Coach in his time spent at the club. The experience he gained has set him up to be a great leader and camp manager. He raced from U10 through to U18/FIS on the snow, dry slope and indoor circuits. He also raced for the British Children’s Ski Team at numerous International Children’s races.
Charlie Guest lives and breathes passion, energy and enthusiasm for the many amazing things that she does. Born in Perth, Scotland, and growing up in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, she is a true Scot at heart. Charlie had her first taste for skiing at the age of 3 at Cairngorm…
Fast forward to 2013 and her World Cup debut in Austria is complete. Since, Charlie has made history. She is the first British woman to win an Alpine European Cup. 5 podiums, 2 wins and ranked inside the top 20 in the World. Incredible.
Neil McQuoid, the editor and founder of Racer Ready, is a prominent figure in the world of winter sports. His passion, precision, and unwavering dedication have left an indelible mark on the slopes.
Neil established Racer Ready, a winter sports magazine that focuses exclusively on the competitive side of the sport, rather than the holiday aspect; Racer Ready caters to athletes, coaches, administrators, and fans of competitive winter sports, both in the UK and globally.
Now with many thousands of readers Racer Ready continues to inspire and inform winter sports professionals and enthusiasts.
Sally is a retired British alpine ski racer, her remarkable achievements include podium finishes and impressive FIS points across various disciplines.
After retiring from competitive skiing, Sally transitioned to a successful career in coaching and as the owner of Ski Bartlett, one of the UK’s largest independent Ski shops.
Sally now advises ambitious young ski racers on buying the correct kit for their ability levels and future goals, she has worked with nearly all of the UK’s current top racers and former GB team athletes.
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