CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- On Larry’s Look today, it was all about the Winter Olympics and the path to being a competitor at the highest level.
We took a trip to Appalachian Ski Mountain to check-out the slopes and get some pointers!
We talked to Jim Cottrell, who’s the President of the French-Swiss Ski College.
Jim has been there for 50 years and mentioned that over one million people have taken their course and learned to ski.
Cottrell also talked about the road to be an Olympian and that the process starts in places like Appalachian Ski Mountain. He said that kids as young as eighteen months can learn…and as old as 80.
For more info, go to: www.skifrenchswiss.com.