USSA Alpine Masters organize age group alpine ski racing for competitors 20 and up. Competition is organized under the rules of the United States Ski Association (USSA), the national governing body for skiing and snowboarding, in the alpine ski disciplines of SL, GS, SG, and DH. Visit the USSA Alpine Masters home page on for information, forms, and news from the national headquarters.

Each winter, ski racing events are organized by masters groups in the USSA divisions throughout the US. In addition to races held within each division, the season includes regional and national competitions as well as opportunities to compete in the FIS International Masters Cup (IMC) events. See the Contacts page for links to division web sites for details on their programs and events.

Regional and National Masters Events

Information and race results from regional and national championship events will be posted here throughout the 2014 season in the Current Season Events section. See the Events section below for overview and key links for all of this season's major events.

Results from regional and national championship events in previous seasons 2002 through 2013 are available in the Results Archives section.


Connecting Online USSA and division masters organizations are preparing for the 2014 season by publishing schedules, news, and information on the and division web sites. There are also a number of ways to connecting with fellow masters racers and supporters through online groups (Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Google) and subscribing the email lists. We collected as many links and tips as possible here on the Contacts page, so check it out to get connected with your home division as well as national ski racing friends!

Masters Newsletter The Masters newsletter published by USSA contains news about masters programs and events around the country. The annual Fall newsletter provides an annual preview for the coming season, while the Spring issue provides a wrapup of the just-completed season along with news about major events planned for the following season.

Masters Comp Guide The 2014 Masters Competition Guide is published on and can be downloaded in PDF format. Contact national masters director Bill Skinner at USSA to request a print copy.

USSA Forms USSA and FIS masters membership applications are available online at You can use USSA's online member services to apply for or renew your Masters competition license.


2014 National Speed Series The 2014 Molecule F National Speed Series will feature 17 DH and SG races throughout the country, leading into the culminating events of the national championships at Okemo VT in March.

2014 Western Regionals - Park City, UT The 2014 Western Region championships will be held Feb. 6-9, 2014 at Park City. The 2014 Western Region Championships are being held in conjunction with the FIS International Masters Cup and will consist of 2 SG races and 2 SL races. The SG races also count in the 2014 National Speed Series standings.

Competitors 18-29 are not eligible for FIS Masters results/awards but are eligible for all USSA Western Regionals awards. The overall regional class champion awards will be awarded based on results in all 4 races of the event.

2014 Eastern Regionals (there is no Eastern Regional championship this season - the National Championships will be in the East at Okemo VT on Mar. xx-xx)

2014 National Championships - Okemo VT The 2014 Phillips 66 Alpine Masters National Championships will be held Mar. 16-22, 2014 at Okemo VT in Eastern Division. The 2014 nationals will include 4 events, with the national championship DH along with the 3-event SG/GS/SL races for the combined age class champions scoring. The national championship DH/SG races are the final events in the 2014 National Speed Series standings.

2014 FIS Masters Cup - Park City, UT Following up on the highly successful 2012 FIS Masters Criterium held in March 2012 at Mammoth Mountain CA and a return visit to Mammoth in February 2013, the International Masters Cup circuit returns to the US again with a 4-race event on Feb. 6-9, 2014 at Park City, The event will feature 2 SG races and 2 SL races.

The Park City FIS Masters Cup event will also be the 2014 Western Region Championships.