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  1. Chatel Congress on Montagne Leader

    Chatel Congress on Montagne Leader

    Jean Louis sent us the file attached to the small image you see on side (click on it to download the file – in French) containing the post about FIPS’ 2o12 Congress in Chatel. Montagne Leader is a magazine focused on professional topics related to mountain activities. Thank you, Jean Louis!

  2. FIPS’ flag. FIPS’ Congress

    FIPS’ flag. FIPS’ Congress

    FIPS’ President reminds us all: At each FIPS Congress our flag passes from host (France 2012) to host (Canada 2014) HERE IT IS AT CSP Headquarters in Ottawa !! (Side note – flag was hand sewn & made by ASPA in Australia and presented to FIPS at Thredbo in 1981). In a few days CSP’...

  3. Canada, here we come!

    Canada, here we come!

    FIPS’s President let us know the Board decided the location for next Congress. The canadian resort Sylvers Star will host the delegates and all the sessions of the 18th Ski-patrol Associations meeting. We like to cite FIPS’ Presidend words posted on facebook: This week in Chatel France CSP was the successful candidate and has been awarded the 19...

  4. Châtel live Channel

    Châtel live Channel

    The start of 2012 FIPS’ Congress is coming closer and closer. Châtel, the resort that will host the meeting, broadcasts information about happenings in the skiarea, about the weather, about slopes a lifts via this channel: http://live.chatel.com/english-version.html Stay connected, stay updated.

  5. FIPS’ 18th Congress. In Chatel, France.

    FIPS’ 18th Congress. In Chatel, France.

    A few moments ago FIPS’ President, Mr. Lochhead, sent us a memo to confirm us that the 18th FIPS’ World Congress will take place in April 2012. It will be organized in Chatel, Haute Savoie, France and Mr. Jean-Louis Tuillon will be in charge of the event. FIPS’ members will meet there from April 14...

  6. 18th FIPS Congress ** CANCELLED **

    18th FIPS Congress ** CANCELLED **

    All of us have heard from the news about the happenings in Japan: the earthquake, the tsunami and their consequences. We are glad to know the friends we met in Åre are okay, but there are many uncertainties regarding infrastructures, airports just to name one. The organization committee regrets to take this decision, but had...

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