Nastar - ski and snowboard racing
Need to Know
Since its inception in 1968, NASTAR has introduced millions to ski racing and been a consistent asset for hundreds of resorts nationwide. This season, under the operation of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, NASTAR and the U.S. Ski Team will come together to grow awareness of the sport and motivate participants of all ages to get involved with ski racing. NASTAR Director Bill Madsen sat down to answer a few questions regarding the program’s future under USSA’s management.
Madsen joins USSA and announces dates for the 2016 NASTAR National Championships.
We are pleased to announce the official partnership between NASTAR and the U.S. Ski Team. Together we will raise the profile of ski racing in America, and improve the sport for participants across the country. Here’s to a great partnership as we move forward into the future of ski racing!
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The Nature Valley NASTAR Race of Champions is the final event where each National Champion has the opportunity to compete for the overall win.
NASTAR added participation rankings during the 2003-04 season and Bryan is the first racers to eclipse the 1,000 race runs mark.
Once again I traded East Coast ice and Manhattan pavement for the Rockies at NASTAR Nationals -- the championships for the world’s largest recreational ski and board racing program.
Few experiences match the thrill, fun and exhilaration of skiing with world class racers down the flanks of a dormant volcano in June and July.
Get involved in spring training with Stacey Cook and other US Ski Team members at Mammoth Mountain.
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