Paul Rozsypal

Rocky Mountain Conference

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Information: Name: Paul Rozsypal
Position:Director/Head Coach USCSA Ski Team at University of Colorado Boulder, Rocky Mountain Conference Coordinator

Years with USCSA: 9

Home Venue: Eldora Mountain Resort

Hobbies:Windsurfing, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Reading/Writing

1. Where and why did you first learn to ski/ride?
Karlov, Czech Republic, age 2. Both of my parents ski raced in Europe and introduced me to the sport; I created and instant passion for it.

2. How long have you been involved with USCSA and how did you first become involved?
Since 1999-2000 season. I wanted to develop a relationship with CU and USCSA to give athletes a sense of "team" racing. I wanted to obtain a structure.

3. What are your current responsibilities for the organization?
Rocky Mountain Conference Coordinator. Helping to sustain and move the conference forward in a positive realm.

4. Describe your favorite on-the-trail memory.
Winning three gold medals in the 1988 Junior Olympics and being congratulated be all the people who had been so instrumental during my racing career.

5. Why do you like being involved with USCSA?
Being around positive and progressive philosophies while maintaining objective and efficient methods. Communication has been vital and solid. Generally a great governing body.

6. If you could spend a week skiing at any ski resort in the world where would it be and why?
Summertime skiing in Zermatt, Switzerland. Ski in the morning by the Matterhorn and windsurf on the lake in the afternoon; drink pinot noir at night!

7. What do you think students/athletes can do to help support USCSA's longevity?
Give / provide immediate education to prospective athletes in the terms of how beingpart of such an organizxation stimulates goals, builds character, builds friendships and group socialization. Current athletes have fresh experiences that are easily transmitteddown the pipeline to the up and coming college students.

Name: Paul Rozsypal
Position:Director/Head Coach USCSA Ski Team at University of Colorado Boulder, Rocky Mountain Conference Coordinator

Years with USCSA: 9

Home Venue: Eldora Mountain Resort

Hobbies:Windsurfing, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Reading/Writing

1. Where and why did you first learn to ski/ride?
Karlov, Czech Republic, age 2. Both of my parents ski raced in Europe and introduced me to the sport; I created and instant passion for it.

2. How long have you been involved with USCSA and how did you first become involved?
Since 1999-2000 season. I wanted to develop a relationship with CU and USCSA to give athletes a sense of "team" racing. I wanted to obtain a structure.

3. What are your current responsibilities for the organization?
Rocky Mountain Conference Coordinator. Helping to sustain and move the conference forward in a positive realm.

4. Describe your favorite on-the-trail memory.
Winning three gold medals in the 1988 Junior Olympics and being congratulated be all the people who had been so instrumental during my racing career.

5. Why do you like being involved with USCSA?
Being around positive and progressive philosophies while maintaining objective and efficient methods. Communication has been vital and solid. Generally a great governing body.

6. If you could spend a week skiing at any ski resort in the world where would it be and why?
Summertime skiing in Zermatt, Switzerland. Ski in the morning by the Matterhorn and windsurf on the lake in the afternoon; drink pinot noir at night!

7. What do you think students/athletes can do to help support USCSA's longevity?
Give / provide immediate education to prospective athletes in the terms of how beingpart of such an organizxation stimulates goals, builds character, builds friendships and group socialization. Current athletes have fresh experiences that are easily transmitteddown the pipeline to the up and coming college students.
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