CHAMPIONS CLUB PROGRAM 

Available to U.S. Ski & Snowboard leadership supporters – Gifts starting at $250,000; Package cost approximately $90,000.

Dates: Wave 1 – Feb.  8–17, 2018, Wave 2 – Feb. 17-26, 2018

The Champions Club is an exclusive trip for the leadership supporters of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard teams. Members of Champions Club will join others who are passionate about our teams and committed to supporting our athletes at the highest level for an all inclusive VIP experience at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Your generous donation to the Champions Club provides U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes with Best in the World coaching, technicians, sports scientists and world-class training facilities.  You help put our athletes on the podium. These victories inspire our nation as wells as the next generation of skiers and snowboarders.

Championship Club is for two guests and Includes:

  • Exclusive Meet and Greet with athletes and coaches
  • Luxury accommodations
  • Five-star dining
  • Two fully transferable U.S. Ski & Snowboard Gold Passes annually
  • Private ground transportation
  • Official Team gear
  • Preferred access to daily events, including Opening or Closing Ceremonies and Men's Gold Medal Hockey
  • VIP access to the USA House


ACCOMODATIONS

Accommodations will be announced in 2017. 


SCHEDULE & EVENTS

The dates of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games is February 9 – 25, 2018, a total of 17 days. Our guests will have the option to choose from one of two waves – February 9-16 or February 17-25. Click here to learn more about the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics. 


VENUES

The venues for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Korea are located in PyeongChang, Gangneung and Jeongseon. It will be one of the most compact games in history with only a 30 mile drive between the coastal and mountain clusters.


CULTURE AND COUNTRY

PyeongChang is a county in Gangwon province, South Korea, located in the Taebaek Mountains region. It is also home to several Buddhist temples, including Waljeongsa. It is approximately 110 miles east of Seoul, the capital of South Korea. The altitude of Pyeongchang is wide-ranging, with 84% of its territory comprising mountains with average elevations of 2,460 ft. It has a monsoon humid continental climate with warm, humid summers and long, cold and dry winters. A 250 MPH KTX line will be built between Wonju and Gangneun via Pyeongchang for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games and will put PyeongChang within 50 minutes of travel time from Seoul.  


MEMBERS JOINING US IN PYEONGCHANG

Wave 1

Kevin Arquit

Greg Boester & Marian Wright

Michael & Dede Brooks                                                                                                        

David & Joan Henle

Kirk Kellogg

Nick & Karin Leschley

Andy & Linda McLane

Andy & Margaret Paul

David Pottruck                               

Mike & Mary Sue Shannon

Jim & Susan Swartz

Wave 2

Kevin Arquit

Kevin & Gayla Compton

Dan & Julie Leever

Dexter & Susan Paine  

Eric & Sara Resnick

Steve and Diana Strandberg

TBD

Phill & Liz Gross    

Barry MacLean

David and Susan Saunders

 

 

For more information, please contact Catherine Raney:

craney@ussa.org - 435.647.2094