About Rocky Mountain Master Ski Series
What is Rocky Mountain Masters?
Rocky Mountain Masters Ski Series is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to support and promote adult ski racing in the Rocky mountains. Our members are racing fanatics, first time racers, college racers, NASTAR racers, former TEAMSKI racers, and former World Cup racers. We compete on full length, FIS approved, challenging courses. Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super G and Downhill are all included in this season’s schedule. Rocky Mountain Masters racing offers more than high-quality ski competition. We offer opportunities to meet, ski, and compete with a group of extraordinary individuals from all walks of life. Masters racing is highly social, and the masters are a friendly group.
Find all the info you need to sign up on the How do I Join? page.
What is Masters Racing?
Masters racing is designed for every level of ski racer, from ages 18 to over 90. Unlike other regional race programs, masters racing is governed by the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA), the same organization that runs the US Ski Team and junior race programs. Masters series are conducted within each of the ten geographic divisions of USSA:
- Far West
- New England
- New York
- Pacific Northwest
- Rocky Mountain
In addition to divisional competition, there are opportunities to compete on a regional, national, and international level. The USSA Alpine Masters Program is just one of the participants in the International Ski Federation’s (FIS) International Masters Cup (IMC) in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. The highlight of the race season in the USA concludes with the USSA Masters National Championships. Internationally, world Masters compete each winter for the FIS Masters World Criterium.