The Alta Badia - Aprica are the result of decades of experience in Europe, the US and Latin America and of the cooperation between the Alta Badia Ski Academy and GB World in Aprica. Immodestly, we simply have the best coaches.

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Massimo Longhi has been for over two decades the Head FIS Coach in Alta Badia. As such he has led countless athletes reach their goal of joining the National Ski Team, and race and score in the  World Cup, Europe Cup, World Juniors,  EYOF, National Champs and more

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Giorgio Marchesini is the Irish Ski Federation’s Head Coach. He previously led the FIS camp (a joint training center of small nations and the Argentina Ski National Team. HE comes to the project with a vast international experience first a racer and then as a coach

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Alain Pini started ski racing at 6, achieving important accomplishments and results in his career. In 2008, he became a ski instructor, then a level III ski coach III and a National Instructor.

In 2013 he founded GB Ski Club for which he also serves as Alpine Director.

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Richard Rokos will guest coach for us at given times. He has been University of Colorado Alpine Skiing’s Head Coach for over 30 years, winning 8 national championships, 43 individual champions and 225 All-Americans.

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Davide Sesini (aka Seso) began racing at 9 and quickly rose through the ranks, specializing in speed events. A ski instructor and ski coach, he has a degree in PE and Sports from the University of Milan.

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Marco Biasci won the Italian Championships as early as U14, and later in Super G and SL, getting to 27.06 FIS points in GS and 22.57 in SL. He quit racing because of injury and then became first a ski instructor, and then a coach so that he can continue to contribute to the sport he loves the most