The USSA Rocky/Central Region is one of three USSA regions established under the authority of the USSA Alpine Sport Committee (ASC) and is responsible for the regulation of the sport of Alpine Ski Competition within the reographical area encompassing the Rocky Mountain and Central Divisions. The Rocky/Central Alpine Competition Committee (ACC) is the governing body for the Region. Regional selections procedures, championship events, regional development programs, and regional scheduling are designed and approved by the Rocky/Central ACC. Regional development programs are designed to assist the top athletes in the region at each age level.
Rocky Mountain Division
The Rocky Mountain Divsion consists of the following states: Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, part of Wyoming, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.
The Central Division consists of the following states: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinios, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Iowa, North Dakota, part of South Dakota and Missouri.
Intent to Compete
Coaches and Athlete Representatives click here to intend a USSA Athlete for out of region FIS races, Nor Ams, FISU and Canadian races.