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Region 1 registration is open. Registration is located under Member Resources > Registration


Region 1 Physical Assessment

The Region 1 Physical Assessment is this Sunday, Oct 16, at St Thomas Academy at 10am. Check in will open at 9:30am. Please be on time.

To sign up for the PA, go to your MYUSSA and register just like our regular Region 1 races. This is for any athletes U14 and older that want to test their conditioning. It is a requirement for athletes wishing to participate in the TEAM CENTRAL program. Details of TEAM CENTRAL are on the Central website.

Below is a link to the Central/USSA release that is required to participate. Please fill it out and bring it with you on Sunday.

During this assessment Region 1 will be conducting a Course Official class for parents that are interested in learning how to become an official for USSA racing. This will take place in one of the classrooms at St. Thomas.


We are hosting a SkillsQuest event on October 15th at 3:30pm at Buck Hill on the Neveplast (their new "carpet" that we can ski on) for U12, U14, and U16. This is a late afternoon/evening event under the lights rand will be a great way for all of us to get onto the "snow" early.

The race announcement with all the information is in the link below. Registration is through MYUSSA registration, just like our regular in-season races. The space is limited so it will be on a first come, first serve basis, so sign up early.

You must be a current USSA Member to sign up.

Notice of Alpine Officials Clinics

We have several great opportunities this year with our Officials training! Please see the attached announcement.


2016 / 17 Season

05/27/2016, 8:30am CDT
By Rick

We are looking forward to the 2016 / 2017 season. Registration is not open yet, but please check back in late June. USSA and FIS registration are open for those competing in Southern Hemisphere races this summer. Go to to register for USSA.

Your Region 1 board is hard at work this summer on a number of initiatives. We are continuing to look at ways to expand Lunar cup and we have formed a Race Day Improvement committee this summer.  This committee will look at all aspects of the race day, from the pre-planning of each race weekend through the posting of results. The intent is to improve the operations of running a race.

Lunar Cup Launch

10/27/2015, 5:45pm CDT
By Rick

Have Fun, Stay Local, Race!

Region 1 is launching the Lunar Cup new in 2015! Lunar Cup is a 4 race series in the Twin Cities area for athletes under the age of 12. 

The Lunar Cup is designed for newer racers that are looking to test their skills against other athletes in the Twin Cities Area, but do not want to commit to a full non-scored racing schedule.

It is open to any athlete, including those receiving instruction outside of a full USSA club program, e.g., traveling ski schools: Blizzard, Ski Jammers, Otto Hallus, or D-Teams, or Independents participating in NASTAR racing and the like.

Lunar Cup is easy, 1 stop shopping. Simply sign up for Lunar Cup and show up to the races. Lunar Cup fee's include all registrations you need to race in the series.

For more information visit:

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