Athletes are the heart and soul of the USSA.

The purpose of the USSA programs is to support the vision and mission of the USSA to make the United States the best in the world in Olympic skiing and snowboarding, and that wouldn't be possible without the athletes who are out there every day, training in blizzards and killing it on the slopes. The mission is to provide strong leadership that establishes and supports athletic excellence in accordance with USSA's core values as well as design a clear path for achievement in each of the sports governed by the USSA.

In this section of the website, you'll find information on development, criteria, rules, resources and more for athletes. Each of these sections will help athletes determine how to get to the next level in their sport, navigate the world of FIS regulations and get access to the resources they need to succeed.

USSA Alpine Athletes

Your USSA club is the pathway to the top. Sugar Bowl skier Mark Engel poses with Travis Ganong and World Champ Daron Rahlves at the Sprint U.S. Alpine Championships at Squaw Valley.

Center of Excellence
The Center of Excellence in Park City, UT, is a national training and education center providing world-class facilities and educational resources for the USSA's athletes, coaches, clubs and others.
My Account

Need to renew your membership, get coaching tips or work on your technique? Want to check rankings or results? Find all that and more on your My Account page. 


Ready to become a member of U.S. Ski & Snowboard? Whether you're an athlete who wants to compete, a fan who wants to follow the action, or part of the support team, U.S. Ski & Snowboard has a program for you.

Get Involved

U.S. Ski & Snowboard's athletes get no government funding. Their success is dependent on passionate fans, like you! See how you can help athletes achieve their dreams.

Child Protection

Help raise awareness about misconduct in sport and promote open dialogue. Together we can build a game plan to make sport safeā€”for everyone.


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