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High Performance Ski Centre

The Bosch Aymerich Foundation is studying the creation of a high-performance centre for winter sports that will contribute to increasing the standard of the country’s athletes, while enhancing the Cerdanya region’s prestige and visibility in the world of skiing.

This is an original project by Mr. Josep Maria Bosch Aymerich aligned with the mission of promoting sport. It is also believed that the project may also be an asset that contributes to a candidacy for the Winter Olympics in La Cerdanya.

The project is currently under study and research to validate the proposal to create the centre and analyse its format, model and key processes.

The main objective of the High Performance Ski Centre is not to seek the short-term result of a successful athlete, but to lay the foundations of a process to ensure "collective and massive efficiency", a production model with values ​​as opposed to an individual sporadic result.

The Bosch Aymerich Foundation is studying the creation of a high-performance centre for winter sports that will contribute to increasing the standard of the country’s athletes, while enhancing the Cerdanya region’s prestige and visibility in the world of skiing.

This is an original project by Mr. Josep Maria Bosch Aymerich aligned with the mission of promoting sport. It is also believed that the project may also be an asset that contributes to a candidacy for the Winter Olympics in La Cerdanya.

The project is currently under study and research to validate the proposal to create the centre and analyse its format, model and key processes.

The main objective of the High Performance Ski Centre is not to seek the short-term result of a successful athlete, but to lay the foundations of a process to ensure "collective and massive efficiency", a production model with values ​​as opposed to an individual sporadic result.

The goal is to train people in values. To offer a service structure in La Cerdanya for the snow environment, where we train people who can develop their potential as high-level athletes. The project has included analysing national and international "training - competition" centres to adapt the conditions of the High Performance Centre to the best of options, since in La Cerdanya there is no residence for athletes that combines studies and competition. Runners currently have to go to Vielha, Jaca, Andorra or the Alps. It is also necessary to design the details of the centre's offer, the keys to its implementation and to define the role of the BAF to validate the viability of the project for the BAF. The project that is being carried out is already in the intermediate executive phase.