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Intermountain Masters season begins next week

Submitted by Amy Lanzel The start of the ski season for many ski racing enthusiasts starts next week with the Intermountain Masters season-opening party and gala. The event will be held on Nov. 21, at 3355 Mountain Lane in Park City, beginning at 5:30 p.
Nick Hudson from Park City rips down a Super G run at last years USSA Masters Nationals in Big Sky, Mt. Photo courtesy of Big Sky Photos
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The start of the ski season for many ski racing enthusiasts starts next week with the Intermountain Masters season-opening party and gala. The event will be held on Nov. 21, at 3355 Mountain Lane in Park City, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Intermountain Masters is welcoming anyone interested in the Intermountain Masters race program to contact Bill Skinner at bskinner@ussa.org for all the details. This year’s race series will include new race venues and after parties that network skiers of all levels. Be it a beginner skier who wants to get better or someone who has had an extensive race background, this group has something for everyone. This year’s scheduled races for the 2014 season are listed below. Jans Mountain Outfitters will once again be sponsoring the Jans Cup race series and such races are denoted with an asterisk.

Race Schedule: Dates Venue Disciplines January 3-4-5 Red Lodge GS/L GS/ S 10-11-12 Park City* 2SG/GS/SL 17-18-19 Sun Valley 2SG/GS/SL 24-25-26 Snow King GS/GS February 1-2 Bogus Basin GS/GS 6-7-8-9 Park City FIS* SG/SG/SL/SL 10-11-12 Soldier Mtn DHt, DH/DH 15-16 21-22-23 Wolf Mtn* GS/SL/GS March 1-2 Canyons* SL/SL 7-8-9 Snowbasin* SG/GS/GS


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