Metropolitan Milwaukee Ski Council Council Website
Latest Senior Race & Practice News....
Practice will be held at Little Switzerland on Wednesday nights from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. If there is a conflict with High School racing on a night or two, we will try to practice on Tuesday, or possibly Wednesday on the back side, or possibly Wednesday at The Rock (old Crystal Ridge) which is owned by Switz.
MMSCSR will also practice at Sunburst on Friday nights from 7:00 to 9:00.
Be on the top of the hill ready to help with the set up at practice time.
Check your email before heading out for any cancellation notice which will be sent out by 5:00 PM
You may text or call AL 414 688 2938 if you still have doubts that the practice will be going on.
All the races will be Council Run.
Notice: Course inspection is from the side only, ALWAYS! You can ski in and out from the side of the course only. This means NO side slipping or snowplowing in the course. Chief of Course may allow designated persons to slip for course maintenance only.
Make sure everyone knows to help with the tear down AND put a-
HELP FORM: This commitment will accompany your liability waiver when you
send it to your race chairmen. Click for the Help Form
Mail this completed form along with your waiver and $50 race fee to your team captain.
Fees remain at $50 for individuals and $100 for the team.
Al Lemke and Norman Schlimbach are MMSC SR Co-
Kelsey Kost is the MMSC SR Treasurer.
Tim Riesch is the MMSC SR Secretary.
Ken Killeen is the Race Results computer programmer.
Jan V. is the Webmaster.
If you have a GMRS radio, bring it to races. Let's improve communication on the hill. Set to 7:11
Attentions Course Setters:
We are looking for experienced setters to set race courses. If you feel
qualified and want to set a course at a race please contact Alan Lemke <email@example.com> or 414-
race. Anyone who would like to become involved with course setting should contact Al.
Some great photos from Holy Hill race Jan. 25, 2014 taken by Kelsey's frieng Kevin K.
Thanks Kevin! They're great.
Photos from 2012 races...
Are you in the appropriate class for your ability?
Are your times higher from an injury, age, haven't raced in a while, getting smart......You can request to be put in a slower class. The guidelines below are for if you have been racing, but injury and not having done it for a while are other considerations. The computer can always move you up if it's appropriate, but you need to request to be moved down.
Explanation.... for a full explanation of class placement and bumps Click Here…