Ian Hanbury, Alpine Race Academy Coach


Ian comes to Loveland from the icebox that is New England.  His racing career spanned 16 years and the youngest age groups to the East coast FIS circuit.  After High School he attended Saint Michael’s College in Vermont, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in History.  While at Saint Michael’s he was a member of the Division 1 ski team competing in the competitive EISA division as well as FIS races throughout the Eastern Region and Canada.  Following graduation he began his coaching career with the Taos Winter Sports Team in Taos, New Mexico, coaching all ages within the Alpine program. Ian is excited to continue development as a coach here at Loveland with the Academy and to help our athletes reach their full potential.  In his spare time, Ian enjoys watching all New England sports (Especially the Patriots), telling Gunnar how great New England is, and living in Colorado taking advantage of all that it offers.

Our flagship program.  The Academy’s motto is Quality, Culture, Character, and that is evident throughout all aspects of what we do.  Private training venues.  Year-round strength and conditioning.  Never worse than 6-1 athlete to coach ratio.  We have a unique setting that allows an athlete to live in their own family home, attend their own school and still enjoy the all-important access to world-class training.  This allows each athlete to achieve personalized attention and achieve their personal best.