Unless you’ve been buried in a blizzard or off the grid, you surely know about the Canadian Masters’ Alpine Championships (CMAC) and FIS Masters’ Cup (FMC) races being held from 19-23 February 2020, in Stoneham QC, with registration extended to 15 February 2020.
What you may not know, are the various aspects of the Masters’ FIS circuit including the four upcoming FMC races at Stoneham e.g.
- How Masters’ FIS points work
- How to navigate the FIS website to see your results and ranking
- How medals and trophies are awarded at each race and that there are Crystal Globes to be won at the end of the season, not unlike what the best of the World Cup vie for!
Mike Robbins, the most seasoned Canadian Master’s FIS racer, Crystal Globe recipient and Canadian Alpine Masters’ FIS Subcommittee member, has prepared a document entitled FIS 101 for Masters that explains much about this circuit, and how the 50+ of you that raced at the Winter World Masters Games (WWMG) can see your world ranking amongst the best.
Register now for the upcoming FMC races at Stoneham and get your name, results and ranking up there too!
Looking forward to seeing many of you at both the CMAC and FMC races, so be sure to register before the 15-Feb-20 deadline!
Lloyd Sevack | President