The 2022 Phillips 66 Masters Easter Regional Championships were held Feb. 18-20 at West Mountain, NY. We had some great competition among racers coming from five different regional Masters groups across the East and Rockies including SARA (Southern), New England, NY, Mid-Atlantic and Rocky Mountain.
The Beaver Creek Race Crew put on quite a show with excellently run races and great courses for the 2022 Phillips 66 FIS Masters Cup and Western Regional Championships.
All events this season will be streamed on Peacock Premium available live and on demand. Events will continue to be on . See the links for tv viewing options and calendars.
After more than a decade of skiracereg.com (SRR) and even longer with some division websites, some transitions are in process this season.
We are excited to announce the dates, locations, and information for the major events for the 2022 season! Be sure to book your lodging as soon as possible - after last season theres a lot of people booking early to make up for lost trips last year. See the Masters Events and Schedules Page of click on the event programs for full details for each event!
Congratulations to all the competitors and class winners at the Summer Fun National Championships! It was great to get back on skis again in July after a most unusual winter.
The 2021 Phillips 66 Eastern Regional Championship event was held February 12-14 at West Mountain in Queensbury, NY. The event included two SG, one GS, and one SL race.
The 2021 Phillips 66 FIS Masters Cup and Western Regional Championships event was held February 5-7 in Big Sky, MT. One day with 1SG and 2GS races was squeezed into a break in the storm that ultimately canceled 2 of the 3 days of racing.
The National Committee is sad to report that there will be no 2021 Masters National Championships.
Race events have a team captain's meeting and inspections so we can become familiar with the venue and terrain before jumping into the course. If we happen to have a day where the race is canceled due to too much snow, we still need to learn about the terrain before venturing out. Whether skiing inbounds or in the back country, knowledge is power when it comes to avalanche and skier safety!
The 2020-2021 Alpine Masters Preliminary Schedules have been announced. More events will be added in the coming weeks as resorts announce decisions from their event departments. It will be a different year for sure, but Masters will be racing! And training too! Click to see all the info.
September, 14 2020 - So what's new for this season? Read up on the COVID-19 guidance, the new FIS helmet requirement for Masters FIS races, the fluorocarbon wax ban, and check out the new Masters store!