We are planning a great season of Masters racing! There may be added procedures and policies for races based on the division and venue so be sure to check event postings and see division email updates about events.
- 2021-2022 Masters Schedules for All Divisions
- 2022 Event Announcements:
- FMC/Western Regional Championships, Beaver Creek, February 4-6
- National Championships, Sun Valley, March 23-26
- 2021-2022 COVID Guidance for Events
Masters racing provides opportunities for adults of all ages and abilities to compete against their peers in adrenaline-filled and challenging alpine ski races across the United States. Masters is a multi-generational passionate and fun-loving group. Come for the races, stay for the life-long friendships and love of the sport.
What is Masters Racing?
- Age class competition
- Ski racing on FIS approved courses
- DH, SG, GS, SL, and Parallel events
- The perfect combination of sport, adrenaline and spandex
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The latest news and stories about U.S. Ski & Snowboard Alpine Masters racing.
Masters ski racing in organized into 11 race series across 8 geographic divisions. Each race series has a website with detailed event and contact information.
There are on average 200 races at 60 resorts across the United States. Most racers compete in their local race series and many also attend races in adjacent divisions or travel to favorite resorts and events.
Not sure where to start or what you need to get started? Start here!
Training programs and camps are offered across the United States in each division throughout the entire year. Opportunities range from single day drop-in to multi-day and season long. Some race events are preceded with on-location training days.
Equipment regulations and rules for masters alpine racing, plus, information on how and where to find race equipment.