Trainees attending the BSA in 2023/24 will benefit from our continuing commitment to coaching excellence. Below are some of the key members of staff. Further staff information to follow.

BSA founder and director. Former British ski team downhiller.

In 1996 Malcolm set up the British Ski Academy in the Chamonix Valley to provide better foundational Alpine training to British youngsters than was available in his own youth. The BSA's is the longest running academy programme serving British ski racing. Most members of the current British World Cup Ski Team trained with the BSA extensively in their junior years.

Penny is School Liaison Officer for the BSA. She lives in Les Houches, prior to that she lived in Scotland for 26 years, did her degree at Strathclyde University and worked in education for over ten years. She heads up the tutorial team as well as liasing with schools and parents to ensure that the children training with us do not lose continuity with their education.

Adam used to race with the British Ski Academy on both Snow and Dryslope. In fact he is still racing on dryslope and this year won his 7th National Dryslope Championship. Over the past few years Adam has been building his skiing qualifications, and now holds BASI Level 2 and UKCP Level 2.

Adam joins us on his second full season of race coaching, having gained valuable experience throughout the season and, in summer 2023, running BSA camps alongside Phil and Emma Carrick-Smith.

Jess Anderson spent seven years as a BSA trainee at Mini and Children's level. She is a multiple British title holder who represented GB in the 2019 Alpine Ski World Championships and finished her racing career in February 2023. For a long time she has helped with coaching Ski Milton Keynes juniors, and spent this summer coaching in New Zealand. Jess joins us in 2024 as a welcome addition to our race coaching team.