What is NJSRA
New Jersey Ski Racing Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Summary

The New Jersey Ski Racing Association is the governing body for U.Ski and Snowboard alpine ski racing in New Jersey. Its membership is comprised of competitors, parents, coaches, race officials and those interested in being involved in U.Ski and Snowboard racing in New Jersey. NJSRA is responsible for qualifying races and administering state quotas for racers who want to compete in out of state events. Representing New Jersey at Eastern Region meetings, it acts as the communication link between the state's U.Ski and Snowboard ski racing clubs.
New Jersey Ski Racing Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.


Our Mission

“The New Jersey Ski Racing Association is the governing body for U.Ski and Snowboard alpine ski racing in New Jersey. Its membership is comprised of competitors, parents, coaches, race officials, and those interested in being involved in U.Ski and Snowboard racing in New Jersey. NJSRA is responsible for qualifying races and administering state quotas for racers who want to compete in out of state events. Representing New Jersey at Eastern Region meetings, it acts as the communication link between the state's U.Ski and Snowboard ski racing clubs. NJSRA is dedicated to providing programs for young aspiring ski racers. We hold true values by instilling confidence, courage, character, and commitment to becoming the best you can. NJSRA was founded in 1980 to provide training and competition programs for young ski racers, NJSRA has over 400 kids that train with determination and passion. Many will continue with the sport through college for fun and some to even to the National level. NJSRA is also committed to growing the sport of ski racing and building awareness throughout our communities.”


History

In 1980 NJ Ski Racing was becoming more and more popular. The club was not getting the attention needed to support the NJ Ski Racing population and the Junior ski racers within NJ. Parents of the junior ski racers decided to create an organization that would focus specifically on ski racing and improving the sport within NJ. This has now grown to competitions at 4 ski resorts and over 300 members each year. NJSRA is now closely aligned with U.Ski and Snowboard and we continue to enhance the ski racing experience for our athletes, coaches, volunteers and parents of athletes.


Age Groups
U10

8 & 9 Yrs.

U12

10 & 11 Yrs.

U14

12 & 13 Yrs.

U16

14 & 15 Yrs.

U19

16, 17, & 18 Yrs.

U21

18 & 19 Yrs.

Sr. / Masters

21+ Yrs.

Where NJSRA Fits In

FAQs

For more FAQs please see AdminSkiRacing.com/FAQ

    Joining

  • Should I create an FIS or U.Ski and Snowboard account?
    If you are a U.S. Ski and Snowboard racer who has a FIS number as well, you will want to create a U.S. Ski and Snowboard account first and add your FIS number to that account. IF you do not have a U.S. Ski and Snowboard  number, and are only qualified as a FIS racer, you will create the FIS account.
  • Should I create an FIS or U.S. Ski and Snowboard account?
    If you are a U.S. Ski and Snowboard  racer who has a FIS number as well, you will want to create a U.S. Ski and Snoboard account first and add your FIS number to that account. IF you do not have a U.S. Ski and Snowboard number, and are only qualified as a FIS racer, you will create the FIS account.
  • I’m a parent/guardian/relative or Coach of a Participant who has previously registered, how do I s
    To add an existing Participant to your account, you will start by creating your AdminSkiRacing account. Once you create your own AdminSkiRacing account, you will continue to add participant and begin to enter your racer’s information. A Participant with matching information will be found and added to your account. You will not be able to change information about the Participants, only the primary Participant creator can change this information
  • Races

  • What if the race I am looking for isn’t available?
    If you believe you should be eligible to register for a race, and you do not see it on your Registration list, you should contact the Race Administrator for that race to find out why you are not eligible.
  • The race is sold out, is there a waiting list?
    Contact your RA for more information.
  • I can't make the race - how do I get a refund?
    When you can not attend a race that you have registered for you will need to contact the Race Administrator for that event to discuss refund policies. While Admin Ski Racing works closely with each host site, the decision to refund remains one with the Race Administrator.
  • My race was cancelled - When do I get a refund?
    The RA will instruct us to Refund an entire race, you will typically receive your refund within a week. The refund will be credited to the card you used to purchase the Race Entry automatically.
  • How do I find a Race?
    The full race schedule can be found on our Race Schedule page here
  • Spectators

  • I am attending as a spectator - How can I find out more?
    You will be able to access the Race List to see all upcoming races.
  • Other

  • We are season pass holders, how do we apply for a discount?
    If you are a season pass holder, your discount will automatically apply to your order when applicable.

Programs

Mountains

About Us
New Jersey Ski Racing Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.


Our Mission

“The New Jersey Ski Racing Association is the governing body for U.Ski and Snowboard alpine ski racing in New Jersey. Its membership is comprised of competitors, parents, coaches, race officials, and those interested in being involved in U.Ski and Snowboard racing in New Jersey. NJSRA is responsible for qualifying races and administering state quotas for racers who want to compete in out of state events. Representing New Jersey at Eastern Region meetings, it acts as the communication link between the state's U.Ski and Snowboard ski racing clubs. NJSRA is dedicated to providing programs for young aspiring ski racers. We hold true values by instilling confidence, courage, character, and commitment to becoming the best you can. NJSRA was founded in 1980 to provide training and competition programs for young ski racers, NJSRA has over 400 kids that train with determination and passion. Many will continue with the sport through college for fun and some to even to the National level. NJSRA is also committed to growing the sport of ski racing and building awareness throughout our communities.”

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