Junior Racing Programs
The Junior Race program is for kids ages 7 to 20. Participants in the Junior Race program spend more time in the gates and actively compete. There are two different options within the Junior Race program. The first is the Interclub program, which features a more recreational orientation and includes competitions at five different ski areas per year. The Tri-State program is for more aggressive competitors, and features coaching at Catamount and racing throughout the region most weekends of the year. Regardless of which program your child is in, you can count on this: your children will have a ball while they improve their skills.
For more information regarding the Catamount Race Team, you can visit www.CatamountRaceTeam.com. *By clicking this link, you will be leaving the official CatamountSki.com web site. Catamount is not responsible for content on the Catamount Race Team web site. You can also learn more about the race coaches by visiting www.skiracecoach.com. *By clicking this link, you will be leaving the official CatamountSki.com web site. Catamount is not responsible for content on the Catamount Race Team web site.
Wednesday Night Racing
Gather some friends and team up for Catamount’s Wednesday Night Racing starting January 9th and ending February 20th. The teams will consist of 5 racers per team with 2 runs per racer. On the 2nd run the order is reversed. Scoring is based on a points system and there are penalties for no-shows and no second runs. Collect individual points for the Awards Banquet at season’s end. Don’t have a team of 5? Don’t worry. We can put teams together for you. We understand your desire for fun and the need for speed. This is a great time and place to have fun, show off what you have and earn your bragging rights! Click here to sign up.
Catamount’s TRI-STATE Race Program is for the seasoned racer. Children find TRI-STATE to be the next stepping-stone in racing after the Interclub race team. The TRI-STATE Race Program focuses on a more intense concentration of racing skills, tactics and timing in order to take the young racer to the next level. TRI-STATE racers travel to and compete with other ski mountains in the Tri-State region. U12/14/16 is for ages 10 to 15 and U18/21 is for older racers, ages 16 to 20. TRI-STATE race training is held every Saturday and Sunday from the first available weekend in December thru the end of J.O. Qualifiers. (except on race days) from *8:30 am to 2:00 pm with a 1 hour lunch break (unsupervised). All team members must have a season pass and join the US Ski Association and TRISTATE Racing Association (forms will be mailed). Helmets are required for training and all racing events. RACE CAMP is included.
- For Tri-State Informational Website please click here
- For the USSA SKi Team Website please click here
- For the USSA Alpine Skiing Application please click here
2018-2019 TRI-STATE Race Team
$895 before November 30th + $35 Parents Association Fee
All racers must have a current USSA # by the first race (Bring USSA card to all races) my.ussa.org – When registering, remember Catamount is a Masschusetts mountain. The club is “Catamount Racing”. Sign up membership type: Alpine Youth (15 years and younger) or Alpine Competitor (16 years and older). This will automatically include Tri State division dues.
TRI-STATE Race Registration Addresses
P.O. Box 727
Charlemont, MA 01339
Great Barrington, MA 01230
Bousquet Ski Club
Dan Fox Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Wachusett Mountain Race Team
24C Calamint Hill Road
North Princeton, MA 01541
Deerfield, MA 01342-0702
105 Huntington Road
Jiminy Peak Ski Club
Hancock, MA 01237
Catamount’s INTERCLUB Race Team is the ideal training ground for the young racer. Children, from ages 7 to 15, develop style and technique through proper coaching of ski and race fundamentals, and still have fun along the way. The INTERCLUB Race Team travels to and competes with other Berkshire ski areas. Catamount Ski Area will also host a home race. Race training is held every Saturday and Sunday from mid-December thru the first weekend in March (except on race days) from *9:00 am to 2:00 pm with a 1 hour lunch break (unsupervised). Team members must have a season pass, join the US Ski Association and be registered with Tri-State as an Interclub Racer. Helmets are required for training and all racing events. RACE CAMP is included.
2018-2019 INTERCLUB Race Team
Pricing: Before 10/31: $725 + $35 Parents Association Fee After 10/31: $825 + $35 Parents Association Fee
- Hard eared helmets are required for all events
- USSA Registration – follow instructions below
2018-2019 Interclub Race Schedule
Sunday 1/27/19- Butternut (Kombi GS / Sl )
CATAMOUNT INTERCLUB RACERS
USSA Registration and Tristate dues are required annually from each Catamount racer. Without completing this registration process, the racer will not be eligible to compete in any of the Interclub races, and will not be added to the roster, regardless of team membership. This entire process can be completed online at MY.USSA.ORG Returning Interclub racers: 1. Renew dues for USSA and tristate at my.ussa.org 2. Print current USSA card to present at each race registration. NEW INTERCLUB RACERS:
- Create an online account at my.ussa.org using your email and contact information.
- Log In to my.ussa.org and click on “register new USSA member”.
- On page 1 of registration, enter the RACER information.
- On page 2 , enter your personal information as “parent or guardian”
- On page 3, please enter the racer’s Ethnicity, Citizenship, STATE( Catamount is a MASSACHUSETTS mountain), and CLUB(Catamount Racing)
- On page 4, enter the SPORT as ALPINE COMPETITOR and the MEMBERSHIP as (Choose age appropriate category here)
- Next you will select add to cart. At this point you will be able to view the charges for both USSA and Tristate registration. Once added to your cart you will be able to register another racer before checking out, if registering more than one child.
- Once registration is completed and purchased your USSA cards will be accessible within your USSA account. Print these cards out for each racer. They will present this card at each race registration throughout the season.
If you require any additional assistance with this process, please feel free to email the race director, Steve Adams at : firstname.lastname@example.org This RACE CAMP, is a 5 day program of race instruction, course drills, timed runs and more. Racers will meet each day at 9:00 am at the Race Center and finish the day at 2:30 pm with a 1 hour lunch break (unsupervised). RACE CAMP is the time to work on trimming those extra seconds off your finish line time. Bring your helmets and your racer’s attitude. Don’t be late – we like to hit the slopes on time.