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Schedule (January 9th, 2023-February 15th, 2023)
Make-up dates TBD
Tuesday 12:00pm-2:30pm (Giant Slalom or Slalom)
Thursday 12:00pm-2:30pm (Giant Slalom of Slalom)
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 (ussa.org).
Working off the same development foundations as our core Junior and FIS-Age groups, the Bousquet Mountain Alpine Masters program looks to build race-specific alpine skiing skills for athletes over 18. The Alpine Masters program offers gate training two days a week on our USS&S homologated terrain. The programming is designed to build long-term development for all skiers interested in pursuing alpine ski racing. Working within the two disciplines of alpine ski racing (Giant Slalom, & Slalom), our Alpine Masters athletes will train various course sets and terrain environments.
All Bousquet Mountain Alpine Masters athletes should be good-standing members of US Ski & Snowboard. While it is not mandatory to race, this group has the ability to utilize Masters ski racing all over the country, whichare governed by US Ski & Snowboard. Should athletes be interested in increased competition opportunities, FIS level races are also available with the appropriate FIS license.
Who are Masters Racers?
Adults of all ages and abilities
Race fanatics chasing their passion
Experienced racers who grew up with the sport
Novice skiers seeking a new challenge
When are Masters Races?
U.S. division have races December through April
Eastern and Western Region Championships are in January and February
National Championships are in March
FIS Masters races are held September through April
Where do Masters Race?
Most compete within their division
Many also race in nearby divisions
Some travel to favorite locations
Some even travel internationally for FIS Masters events.
No matter your experience or goals, there is a place for you in masters!
There are coaches and training to help you achieve your goals!
Alpine Ski Racing is a lifelong sport and an experience you won’t forget!