Tom Reinerth began ski racing at an early age qualifying for the US Junior Nationals at the age of 16. Excellent finishes in these Junior National Championships races resulted in his being selected for the University of Utah Ski Team. [learn more]
Masters ski racing is the premier adult ski racing series in the country. We are governed by the United States Ski Association (USSA), the sanctioning body for organized ski racing from the junior level up through international and Olympic competition.
We welcome racers of all levels--from beginners with a passion to learn, to former college racers and Olympians. With an age range of 18 to over 80 years old, racers compete in age brackets of five-year increments.
Intermountain Masters races are held at ski areas in Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. Average race days consist of 2 runs beginning in the early afternoon. The idea is to allow plenty of travel time, and also to provide plenty of time for free skiing at numerous world class resorts. Each race day ends with an awards party, and the opportunity to socialize on and off the slopes.