Alpine skiing, or downhill skiing, involves sliding down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings. This is a sport where athletes will benefit by being in good physical condition to compete successfully and safely. Through proper training, athletes improve their physical, psychological and mental efficiency. Alpine skiing is a winter sport where athletes train and compete from December through February with the hopes of competing at the state Winter Games.
Local Training Programs should visit our winter competition page to register athletes for Winter Games.
- Super G
- Giant Slalom
Athletes may compete in two events within the same level. In order for an athlete to be considered for novice level competition, the athlete must be able to change direction, fall and get up unassisted, and attempt to stop on his/her own.
- Athletes must wear winter competition appropriate attire. Athletes will not be permitted to compete in jeans.
- Helmets are required.