U.S. Ski & Snowboard has hired Tim Maguire as Eastern Region director for its alpine programs. He previously worked for the organization from 1993 – 2011, first as an Eastern Region development coach before moving to Eastern Region director. Maguire will once again lead the implementation and operation of alpine programs in the East and continue to strengthen the U.S. Ski Team’s development pipeline.
After he left U.S. Ski & Snowboard in 2011, Maguire went on to work at multiple Eastern Region race programs, including Stratton Mountain Resort and Waterville Valley. He most recently coached the U16s in the Sunapee Alpine Race Program in Newbury, N.H. He is a level 500 international certified alpine coach and an International Ski Federation (FIS) technical delegate.
“Our eastern regional alpine programs play a key role in supporting and developing athletes for a successful future in ski racing,” said Maguire. “I’m looking forward to joining the Eastern region team again and resuming the important work of forging partnerships in support of athletic excellence and achievement.”
In addition to working directly with eastern region programs, Maguire will assist U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s sport education director with the implementation of educational programs for clubs and coaches. He will also work within the the various regional sport committees and contribute to short and long-term planning around U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s alpine programs.
“Tim brings a wealth of experience and a high level of passion to this role,” said Chip Knight, U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s alpine development director. “We are very excited to have him back on staff to lead the Eastern region, grow the vitality of our sport and move young athletes forward.”
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