Updated Aug. 26, 2008
New England offers a variety of events for master skiers (age 30+). Whether you are interested in racing or recreational skiing, a quick look at the NENSA calendar will no doubt catch your attention!
For those interested in racing, New England is home to many very accomplished Master skiers as seen by the outstanding results at World and Masters Nationals. Masters enthusiastically take on the fun, comaraderie, and competition of our NENSA Zak and Club Cup Series
and the NENSA Marathon Series.
A points ranking database for each of these series adds excitement by quickly being able to tracking current standings on the NENSA website. Masters less experienced in racing can look toward weekend clinics around the region, and to the very popular New England Women’s Ski Day to develop their skills.
If your interest is more on the recreational side, the NENSA Marathon Series offers a touring class at all events. There are also a myriad of club citizen races and fun events on the calendar each winter! There are other ways to become involved too- do you enjoy the idea of helping developing young athletes reach their potential? Often times master skiers have a wealth of knowledge and skills that they would like to put to good use. Mentoring a young developing athlete, team or club is a great place to be involved! Contact NENSA for ideas on how to reach out to the community.
Master skiers of all ability levels enjoy opportunities for NENSA clinics, competition, and other events throughout New England. A few highlights include:
The New England Marathon Series
25, 30, and 50K classic and freestyle events in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
The NENSA Eastern Cup Series
Yes, there are lots of young skiers zipping around, but masters are welcome. In addition, all mass start races feature a masters-only wave for those wishing to avoid the craziness of a full-on Eastern Cup mass start.
The NENSA Zak/Club Cup Series
Just the right mix of fun, adventure, and great competition for experienced racers and those brand new to the racing scene. This series allows racers to earn points toward the individual age-group Zak Cup Titles and Club honors.
One Day Club Championship
Recruit your club & have some fun with your rivals at the One-Day Club Championship. The mors important part is to recruit your team! Scoring is simple:
One Day Club Championship Scoring:
- Minimum team size is 4 for men and 3 for women
- No upper limit on team size
- All team members must be members of a recognized NENSA Club since 1/1/2015 and recognized as such by NENSA
- All team members must be members of NENSA
- Scoring age groups are SR and older, no U23 or younger ages. Currently, M10 includes all ages 75+. Scorers will break M10 into 5-year increments (“M11”, “M12”, etc.)
- The team Captain is responsible for verifying membership, age-appropriateness and for recording the within age-class place finish of all team members.
- The NENSA Masters Committee will do the final team scoring.
- Scoring will be based on best 4 (or 3) place finishers within the age classes scored. Ties broken by best 5th (4th) place finish.
- The Team Plaques will be presented at the Luncheon as close to 1 PM as possible.
- The NENSA scoring committee reserves the right to delay awards in event of race timing or other scoring problems.
For clinics and more race opportunities for masters please check the NENSA calendar!
February 13, 2016
Flying Moose Classic
February 13-14, 2016
Nordic Rendezvous and Back to the Barn Tour-CANCELED
February 13, 2016
Waterville Valley Nordic Women's Clinic
February 14, 2016
Valentines Paintball Race
February 14, 2016
Stowe Nordic Mini Enduro-CANCELED