NASTAR provides a competitive racing program through a handicap system set on a national standard that allows racers across the US to compare scores.
Racers are scored by earning a handicap that represents their ability. The handicap provides participants with a tangible number, that is the percentage they are behind the time of the National Standard or the National Pacesetter.
Today, NASTAR is owned and operated by Outside Inc. NASTAR is bringing greater awareness to the sport and value to the industry while motivating participants of all ages to get involved in alpine racing.
NASTAR is FREE for everyone at The Rock Snowpark (must have valid season pass or lift ticket in order to race). Timing and registration is ran out of the race shack at the bottom of Whitnall Way. All skill levels are welcome!
JANUARY 21: 4-6PM
JANUARY 28: 4-6PM
FEBRUARY 4: 4-6PM
FEBRUARY 11: 4-6PM - Canceled due to weather
FEBRUARY 18: 4-6PM
FEBRUARY 25: 4-6PM
*NASTAR dates may be cancelled at any time due to weather or conditions, you can always call to double check the status
Alpine Racing is dedicated to providing high-level junior ski race
training and race support to local athletes. We are dedicated to
instilling a life-long love of the sport through the broadening of athletes'
ski racing abilities and experiences, promoting good sportsmanship and
team concepts, and offering a top-quality ski racing program in
Visit https://www.lakersracing.com/ to learn more!
The Franklin Alpine Ski Team (FAST) is a Co-Op Alpine ski racing team anchored by Franklin High School that also accepts skiers from neighboring schools including Oak Creek and Greendale. Middle School students from these schools are also invited to practice with the team. We compete with the Midwest High School Ski Conference which includes 28 teams from the greater Milwaukee area. We accept novice to expert level skiers. Racing experience is not required. Practices are bi-weekly and there are 6 races during the competition season; three slalom events and three giant slalom events. Early season practices begin with stance, balance and carving skills and then progress to running slalom and giant slalom courses. Focus points include racing technique, tactics, course inspection, sports psychology and FUN!
Visit https://sites.google.com/view/franklin-alpine-ski-team/home to learn more!