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How do I register for an event outside of the U.S.?
Viewed 287 times since Tue, Feb 21, 2017
US athletes registering for events abroad must contact the sport department. See each sport contact noted below. Alpine - Meghan Arrigo at 435.647.2015 / marigo@ussa.org Alpine Masters - Bill Skinner at 435.647.2067 / bskinner@ussa.org  Cross Country... Read More
How do I get my GS suit tested and plombed?
Viewed 95 times since Thu, Dec 28, 2017
To get your GS suit tested and plombed, please contact Competition Services. They will provide the necessary information to coordinate plombing. They can be reached at 435.647.2030 or via email to jweinman@ussa.org.  Read More
How do I freeze my U.S. Ski & Snowboard and/or FIS points?
Viewed 668 times since Mon, Feb 6, 2017
Injured athletes may apply for a Single Penalty also referred to as freezing points.  Information about the Single Penalty can be found about half way down this page under the Alpine Points Information.       Read More
How do I access the Fast Start Coaching Course or Fast Start Coaching Course Refresher?
Viewed 318 times since Tue, Sep 27, 2016
If you are required to complete the Fast Start Coaching Course, or Fast Start Coaching Course Refresher this season, please follow these steps to access the course: Please log out of your My USSA account to allow the course to update on your account... Read More
How can I purchase a short-term membership?
Viewed 289 times since Thu, Dec 15, 2016
We are pleased to announce that U.S. Ski & Snowboard short term memberships may now be purchased online! Some participants attending events may wish to purchase a short term membership to try our sports. Below is some information to help guide th... Read More
FIS Transfer Rules
Viewed 438 times since Mon, Sep 12, 2016
FIS Transfer Rules In order to transfer FIS licenses, the athlete needs to transfer their registration from their original country to the country they wish to compete for. This is not a simple process as transfers must be approved by the FIS Council,... Read More