e-news October 28 | Kick-off and AGM | 2021-22 Registration | Sea to Sky Passes | World Cup Corner

Posted by Whistler Mountain Ski Club on Nov 27 2021 at 12:05PM PST in 2021-2022

Kick-off, AGM and Fitness Assessments | Saturday, November 6th at Whistler Secondary School

Please mark your calendars! We kick off the season on Saturday, November 6th from 9 am to 2 pm. Specific details will be sent next week. Tentative agenda:

  • 9:00 WMSC Introductions (Members and Athletes)
  • 11:30 AGM ( Members only)
  • Hours TBD – Fitness Assessments ( Athletes only)

To join this event, athletes and Members must be fully vaccinated. Please bring your proof of vaccination and government ID (over 18) ready.


WB Waivers must be completed by November 27th.

In addition to the WB Season pass waiver, parents must complete the WB Competition, Racing and Training Waiver. This must be completed for parents and all athletes registered to WMSC winter programs.

Please complete the waiver on this link


2021-2022 WMSC Season Registration | Closes Sunday, October 31st

Registration closes this Sunday! Please follow the steps below to enroll to the 2021/22 season. All athletes must be registered to a winter program and fees fully paid to attend pre-season camps.

1. Register or renew your WMSC Family Membership and Pay all BC Alpine Fees

2. Register to a WMSC Winter Program.

Contact us directly for more information at


Sea to Sky Pass New Pricing | Child $381 + Tax / Youth $397 + Tax **

New pricing for the Sea to Sky Pass are in effect now until middle of November. **These prices and deadline are subject to change, so purchase yours now!

To qualify, athletes must be registered to a 21/22 Winter program.

To purchase:

  1. Update your online account with a valid credit card
  2. Accept Epic Coverage Terms and Conditions *
  3. Forward an Email providing the member’s full name and date of birth.
  4. When sending an email, please ensure the purchaser indicates acceptance of Terms & Conditions.
  5. Confirm the last 4 digits of the credit card on account.

Epic Coverage Terms and Conditions

*Your purchase of this pass product is also subject to the Terms and Conditions for Epic Coverage available on Your election to proceed with this purchase indicates your acceptance of Epic Coverage Terms and Conditions


World Cup Corner by Roman Torn

By popular demand, our column World Cup Corner is back! For those of you that do not know him, Roman Torn is a former Alpine Canada Ski Team member, Olympian and WMSC member. And he has agreed to highlight the word cup races each week throughout the World Cup Season. Hope you and your athletes enjoy it!


Alright, alright, alright…..Ski racing is back!

For the first time in many years, both men’s and women’s opening World Cup GS races went off this weekend in great form in Solden Austria. No snow, wind….Just great hard snow conditions for all racers to gauge where they are at after a long summer of training.

The women started things off on the Saturday with the top two finishers showing their early form is a step ahead of many. Both Gut-Behrami and Shiffrin put on a great display of very solid skiing with Shiffrin just edging out Gut-Behrami for the win. Also great skiing and result for Canada’s Valerie Grenier finishing 7th. Her aggressive skiing on the steep icy pitch both runs set her apart from many and earned her this excellent result.

1st Run Women’s

2nd Run Women’s

If you want to take a deep dive into what makes the difference between a fast and the fastest run, check out this analysis between Gut-Behrami and Shiffrin.

For the men it was an amazingly tight race with .97 separating the top 10 and just over 2 seconds separating the entire 2nd run field of skiers. Marco Odermatt ends up showing last year’s contention for the World Cup Overall was not a coincidence, taking the win by a small margin over the Austrian, Roland Leitinger. Two Canadians qualified for the second run, with Eric Read finishing 18th and Trevor Philip coming in 22nd. Check out their skiing.

Second Run action

If you want to take another deep dive into what makes the difference between a fast and the fastest run, check out this analysis between the USA’s River Radamus and the winner, Marco Odermatt.

Couple weeks off now and then we get some exciting Parallel action along with the first Men’s Slalom.

Hope you enjoyed watching and Happy Halloween!


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