Masters Events & Schedules
*Be sure to research travel restrictions for both your home location and the event location. Some have mandatory quarantine periods, testing requirements, and other COVID-19 related restrictions. Many international locations are currently inaccessible.
**We ask for your patience and hope to share schedules for all the divisions in the next few weeks. We continue to move forward with planning for the Regional and National events, but please be aware that due to the ongoing developments, venues and schedules are not final for any of the major events.
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.
Trying to maximize the number of events you can with the season pass you already have? Check out this Season Pass Matrix!
Sign up for an event in your area or plan a trip you won't forget!
Curious about where events have been held in the past or want to reminisce about past events -- check out the RESULTS ARCHIVE, past Nationals and FIS event result packets, and searchable award spreadsheet!
FIS Masters Cup, Regional & National Events are Sponsored by:
The 2021 National Speed Series Schedule will be available as soon as possible. Until division schedules are better understood, we will be unable to publish a final schedule.
The 2021 Masters National Speed Series (NSS) will return to many of our favorite venues and a couple new ones! Some venues have extra speed races in addition to the designated NSS races so be sure to check the full event details when registering.
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)
February 12-14, 2021
We are excited to announce West Mountain as the location for the 2021 Eastern Regional Championships! This will be the third season in a row that the West Mountain has hosted a masters race. It has become a great partner venue for the Mid-Atlantic Masters and the Eastern race series. We will send along more detailed information as it becomes available. As with the FMC/Western Regionals, participation will be capped at 100 competitors.
Feb. 12 SG
Feb. 13 GS
Feb. 14 SL
February 5-7, 2021
We are awaiting final confirmation from the venue and lodging information, but Big Sky is excited to host this event for us! Participation will be capped at 100 competitors.
Feb. 4 SG training & free-ski
Feb. 5 2SG
Feb. 6 2 one-run GS
Feb. 7 SL
All U.S. Ski & Snowboard Masters Members can compete, but a FIS Masters License is required for racers 30 years and older.
***If you have FIS Masters points, you MUST renew by February 1st to be on the current points list! If you renew after that date, you will not have points for start list seeding and will be placed in the unseeded group at the end of your age class.***
March 15-19, 2021
We are still working with the resort to confirm planning for this event.
We are sad to report that the 2020 event must be cancelled. The restrictions currently in place for COVID-19 do not for allow for a large race event. A big thank you to Meri Stratton for all her work on planning this year's event and for the past 31 years. It is truly a labor of love for our sport and the masters community. We look forward to the 32nd Annual SFN in 2021! There will still be smaller summer camps running this summer at Timberline as well as at a few other locations. We will continue to update and post training information on the Training Page.
July TBD, 2021
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.
Race registration for most divisions can be done at:
To register for FIS Masters events email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpine Canada Masters
Alpine Canada National Championships & FIS Masters Cup
Stoneham Mountain Resort, QC
February 11-14, 2021