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O’Neill Pro Coaching – Learning by Doing

On the 15th of February 2014, it’s time for a new term at the STANTON PARK with the coming of the O’Neill Pro Coaching sessions. You don’t need to be a math wizard or a Shakespearean scholar to get top marks though; the teachers will be Matze Vogt, O’Neill rider who’ll be putting to practice the motto of ‘Learning by Doing’.

This school requires no theory; it’s straight to the STANTON PARK for some pure unadulterated aerial and rail action with the teacher. Matze Vogt, the German slopestyle master will be the snowboarding professor helping to get the class their BA in freestyle. The most progressive rider of the day gets a special reward in form of a brand new O’Neill jacket.

With only 10 spots available, places are sure to run out rapidly. To register, all you need to do is send your full name, birthdate, mobile number and whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced snowboarder to [email protected] – Places are allocated on a first come, first serve basis.


09:00 – Rendlbahn Lift Station
Introduction meeting to coach and groups

Coaching with photo shooting

12:00 – Rendl Beach Café
Lunchtime with complimentary drink

Coaching with photo shooting

15:00 – Rendl Beach Café
Prize giving ceremony

All of the students of the STANTON PARK get a free drink with their lunch and some goodies from O’Neill at the end of the day. There will also be a photographer on-hand to capture all of the action to send home to the proud parents to hang on the wall.

So if you find yourself feeling a little under-qualified to be attending the STANTON PARK, this is your opportunity to graduate to a new level of tricks.


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