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October, 5 2020 - 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.
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!
Due to ongoing developments of COVID-19, the September FIS Masters races and training camp in South America are officially canceled for 2020. There are many masters training opportunities scheduled for the fall. Many fill up fast so be sure to register early.
We are sad to share the news that we lost a beloved member of our masters community. Bill McCollom (New England Masters, M10) passed away on June 28th unexpectedly from a heart condition. Among many things he did, Bill supported the masters as Eastern Division chair for almost three decades.
  We are sad to report that the 2020 event must be canceled. 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.
Each year, the Masters hold Eastern and Western Regional Champions to bring together people from different race series. It's a opportunity to race against a larger field of competitors and see how you stack up.  
The 2020 Phillips 66 National Speed Series overall champions are the top competitors in the overall group rankings for each of the Group A/B  (age 18-64) men, Group C women, and Group D (age 65+) men based on total world cup points accumulated in the all races of the series.
Did you know U.S. Ski & Snowboard Masters have the Opportunity to chase those stunning crystal FIS Globes on the FIS Masters Cup circuit? If you didn't you do now. Want one?!?!?!
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2020 November Update (sent Nov. 18)

2020 October Update (sent Oct. 31)

2020 October Update (sent Oct. 14)

2020 September Update (sent Sept. 17)

2020 June Update (sent Jun. 12)

2020 March Update (sent Mar. 9)

2020 January Update (sent Jan. 21)

2019 November Update (sent Nov. 29)

2019 October Update (sent Oct. 12)

2019 September Update (sent Sept. 28)

2019 July Update (sent Jul. 3)

2019 April Update (sent Apr. 19)

2019 Nationals Update (sent Mar. 15)

2019 March Update (sent Feb. 28 - a day early!)

2019 February Update (sent Feb. 1)

2019 January Update (sent Jan. 11)

2018 December Update (sent Dec. 10)

2018 November Update (sent Nov. 16)

2018 October Update (sent Oct. 9)

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