Welcome to Western Region

The USSA Western Region is one of three USSA regions established under the authority of the USSA Alpine Sport Committee (ASC) and responsible for the regulation of the sport of Alpine Ski Competition within the geographical area of the Western United States.  It consists of the five western divisions; Alaska, Far West, Intermountain,
Northern, and Pacific Northwest.

Current News

Western Region Fall Project schedule
U19 National Performance Series Vail CO Selection Board
WR Mammoth RTG November Camp Selection Board
U16 National Performance Series Beaver Creek, CO Selection Board

Governance News

Western Region Development System
2017-2018 USSA Nationals Proposal Western Selection Method
Alpine Sport Committee and Western Region fall call summary
Western Region Policy and Procedures 16-17 posted by Nov 1st

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Coaches Info

2016 Fall Alpine National Coaches Symposium - Copper Mountain, Colorado

Posted Job opportunities for coaches

Coaches Continuing Education Opportunities

Western Region Project Information

Western Region Project Review Form

Western Region RTG Europe Oct 5th-Oct 24th, 2016


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Divisional Links
Intent to Compete

Coaches and Athlete Representatives click here to intend a USSA Athlete for out of region, FIS races, NorAms, FISU and Canadian races.


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Child Protection

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