The United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) alpine ski racing program offers a network of competitive opportunities for ski racers of all ages from coast to coast. The country is split into three geographic racing regions including West, Rocky/Central, and Eastern. The USSA Central Division is part of the Rocky/Central Region. There are four local regions within the Central Division. These regions are defined geographically as:
Central The area of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, LaCrosse County, Wisconsin and Iowa west of Route 63
The area of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan west of Route 77, Wisconsin (except for LaCrosse County), Iowa east of Route 63, Illinois and Missouri
The area of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan east of Route 77
The area of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky
Don't put the skis away yet!
Granite Peak Skills and Thrills project and fun races.
April 1st. & 2nd., 2017
See the fact sheet for all the details!
Saturday, April 1, 2017
4:00 – 5:00 PM
Quality Inn, 2901 Hummingbird Road, Wausau, WI
The Region 2 board is proud to present the Spring Board meeting in conjunction with the Granite Peak Skills and Thrills Project. All USSA members including parents, coaches, athletes, and officials are invited and encouraged to attend.
For more information regarding registration go to the Member Resources tab and click on The Registration tab.