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Our Staff

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Greg Timm

Head Coach

Greg is a USSA Level 300 Coach, a USSCA Level 3 Coach and a Canadian Level 3 Coach, holding a BA and Education Masters in Human Performance and Sports Science.   He has had over 40 years of coaching experience with high school, collegiate, junior development academy, international school and masters programs.  Currently Greg is the head masters coach at Mt. Bachelor, Oregon and head coach of the Bend Ski Team. Greg has been coaching at Rossi Camp since 1998.

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Vance Lemley

Vance has been coaching for over 40 years, having coached at Mt. Hood Summer Camps for over 20 years. Vance was also the head coach at Schweitzer Mountain for 12 years and at Kirkwood Ski Resort for 3 years. Vance is also a top PSIA instructor and has been a PSIA Examiner for over 30 years and is now a PSIA Examiner Emeritus. Since 1992 to the present, he has been a Trainer/Instructor at Aspen Ski School. Vance has been Rossi Camp coach since 2002.

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Sean Warman

Sean has been coaching skies and racers for many years. His long list includes: USSA Regional Coach; PSIA National Demo Team; PSIA National Demo Team Coach; Hunter Mountain Coach; Heavenly Foundation Head Coach; Crested Butte Head Coach; Heavenly Ski School Training Manager; Sierra Tahoe Race Directors; Northstar Race Director; Program Director Windham Race Factory N.Y. Sean also brings his expertise in videography and offers training approaches to enhance the mental game of skiing.

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Dave Mannetter

Dave is a 3-time alumnus of the PSIA National Demo Team, a US Level 3 Coach, and has been a supervisor at Mammoth Mountain Ski School. He continues to coach juniors during the winter and masters at Rossi Camp. Dave claims to have retired from ski teaching, but has returned to the PSIA Training Squadron and is currently on the Western Division Technical Team. Dave has been with Rossi Camp since 1980, starting out as a course crew and salter. He began coaching at Rossi Camp in 1989.

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Doug Smith

Doug doesn't claim to be a coach ... he's the guy that puts it all together. Doug is the regional Rossignol Rep and has been organizing the Rossi Camp for a lot of years (we won't mention how many). He arranges the demo skis at camp, helps set and slip the courses for everyone. He's always around the corner with a big smile and a twinkle in his eyes, successfully making sure everyone is having the time of their life. And if he does say something about our skiing, listen.