Alpine Head Coach / Program Director [email protected]
Rob Lahti – Rob joined the Hemlock Ski Club as program Director in 2015. Rob is both a former ski racer and former long-time head coach for the Mount Seymour Ski Club. As a ski racer, he raced 8 years at the FIS level and competed for Canada on the World Cup circuit. As a ski racing coach, he has coached hundreds of junior racers over his career and to date has placed three of them on the BC Ski team. In addition to his coaching for Mt. Seymour Ski Club, he was also a regular coach for the BC Ski team and a guest coach for ski camps for elite racers at both Whistler (i.e. the Mike and Manny camp) and at Mt. Hood.
Rob brings to his job an incredible amount of dedication and enthusiasm, which is infectious to junior racers, fellow coaches, club executives and parents.
U12 Alpine Coach [email protected]
Kelsey Voss – “I have been skiing since I was four and have been super passionate about it my entire life. I raced competitively for 7 years and was a part of the Vancouver Ski Team & toured a lot of racing circuits across Western Canada. I stopped racing at the end of my high school career when I sustained a knee injury, so I decided to put my heart into coaching instead. I got my CSCF level one, coached the Fraser Valley team at BC Winter Games in 2016 as well as coached the U14’s during Provincials at Red Mountain that same year. I will be entering my third season of coaching. I absolutely love the sport and really enjoy giving back to the racing community by sharing my professional advice.”
Nancy Green Head Coach [email protected]
Peter Prihoda – Peter first began at the ski club in 1986 as a Nancy Greener at the age of 6 and continued through the Alpine Program until the age of 16. In the late 90’s to 2005, Peter began coaching in the Hemlock Nancy Greene program. He returned in 2014 to coach the Nancy Greene program again, and has a daughter and step daughter in the program as well.