Alpine

Masters

Masters ski racers seek to reach their best regardless of their age or when they started ski racing. Masters racing is designed for every level of competitor. It provides local, regional, national and international opportunities in all four ski racing disciplines – slalom, giant slalom, Super G and downhill. It appeals to adult ski racers who compete within age groups and for overall honors. It is a great way for NASTAR and college racers, parents of junior racers, ski instructors, USSCA-certified coaches, former professional racers and ex-national team members to continue doing what they love, skiing fast and having fun.

Masters racing provides opportunities to meet and compete with a group of extraordinary individuals from all walks of life. The friendships that develop are a key benefit from participation. At many events, masters racing is a family affair, where two or three generations compete. Masters racing is highly social, and the masters are a welcoming group. Of the many reasons current masters give for getting involved, camaraderie always tops the list. Second, of course, is a love of competition!

 

July 2016 Update

 

Introduction to Masters Racing

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