The Youth Sports Alliance (YSA) was initially established to create a legacy for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games by spearheading a community-wide effort to increase the number of children who actively participate in winter sport programs from the greater Park City area, as well as the surrounding Summit and Wasatch Counties in Utah.
Jump forward to today and the Alliance provides more than $200,000 of support each year to thirteen winter sports training programs that develop and train junior athletes to pursue a higher degree of excellence. Funds provide scholarships, purchase equipment and uniforms, hire coaches, cover travel and competition costs, and help subsidize annual program fees. The YSA supports a wide of array of sports teams including alpine skiing, nordic skiing, speed skating, luge, skeleton, snowboarding, freestyle, ski jumping, bobsled, figure skating and ice hockey, touching the lives of over 750 youth ages 8 to 17 each year.
For press inquiries and photos please contact:
Aimee Preston| Executive Director
Youth Sports Alliance
P.O. Box 681698 Park City, UT 84068
Mobile: 435-901-0744 | Office: 435-214-0792
Recent Press Coverage:
- February 2017 | Update on ACTiV8 Program for middle school kids | Park City Television
- January 2017 | Aimee Preston and Chris ‘Hatch’ Haslock with Women’s Ski Jumping Athlete Sam Macuga | Park City Television
- December 2016 | $75,000 Awarded to local winter sports athletes | The Park Record
- November 2016 | JANS Winter Welcome raises money for Youth Sports Alliance | The Deseret News
- November 2016 | JANS Winter Welcome to Celebrate Late Jan Peterson | Park City Magazine
- September 2016 | Youth Sports Alliance honors outstanding youth athletes | The Park Record
- July 2016 | YSA’s new ACTiV8 Program |Park City Television
- February 2016 | Get Out & Play has successful winter | The Park Record