Masters Events & Schedules
2019-2020 Dates for Regionals and Nationals will be coming soon! We will update the information here as soon as we have the events set!
Regional, National, & International Events
Nearly 200 masters alpine races are held each season in all four disciplines DH, SG, GS, and DH are scheduled at 20+ resorts across the united states.
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July 12-14, 2019
Combining training, racing and family the ultimate fun. With daily and weeklong training camps plus the opportunity to check out next season’s race equipment at the tech/demo centers in Government Camp, this is masters ski racing at its best! There are age classes for adults and juniors.
The weekend kicks off with a welcome party and racer check-in in Government Camp. Saturday starts early with a GS race followed by an BBQ/awards party with lots of food, beer, awards, and prizes. On Sunday there is a SL race followed by an awards party and swim at the TImberline pool.
The 2019 Masters National Speed Series features 7 events in 5 divisions around the country. Age class medals are awarded at each event and overall season belt buckles at the final event.
The overall Speed Series champions trophies are awarded to the overall fastest racer in each of three groups:
- Group A/B (men age 18-64)
- Group D (men age 65+)
- Group C (all women)
March 18-23, 2019
The 2019 National Championships includes a full week of racing with DH, SG, GS, and SL wrapping up with the closing banquet on Saturday evening!
Race headquarters, social events, and all race venues will be based at the Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge.
Slope-side event lodging packages are available at the adjacent Mammoth Mountain Inn for maximum convenience.
February 8-10, 2019
The 2019 Phillips 66 FIS Masters Cup and U.S. Ski & Snowboard Western Region Championships will be held in the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Aspen, Colorado. The event will include SL, GS, and 2xSG races. A FIS Masters License is required for racers 30 years and older. Renew/Add FIS Masters License
For those looking for more speed, the event will be immediately followed by U.S. Ski & Snowboard Masters DH training and 2 DH races on February 11-12.
*Jan. 23 Update: Due to forecasted rain, the SG events have been cancelled. On Friday, SL training and reduced price tickets for free-skiing are available.
Official Race Announcement (updated 1/11)
January 24-27, 2019
The 2019 Phillips 66 Alpine Masters Eastern Championships will be held at Stratton Mountain VT. Stratton Mountain Resort is one of New England’s premier racing venues and has produced scores of U.S. Ski Team athletes over the years, with athletes on the U.S. Olympic Alpine Team in eleven out of
the last twelve winter games!
The Stratton races are some of the most popular races on the New England Masters circuit each year. This event promises varying and challenging terrain, world class course sets, endless views of the Green Mountains, with amazing after-parties and après scene!
Race registration for most divisions can be done at:
To register for FIS Masters events email: email@example.com
Alpine Canada Masters
Alpine Canada National Championships, Panorama, BC
March 29-31, 2019