16 – 20


Athletes must be 16 to 18 years of age as of December 31st of the current season to be eligible for the U19 racing program and 19 to 20 years of age as of December 31st of the current season to be eligible for the U21 racing program.



The U19/21 program is aimed at providing athletes between 16 and 20 years old with programming based on the ACA Train to Race and Train to Win phases. At this level, athlete performance becomes a strong focus of the competition, while development of strong skiing skills remains a crucial element of the program. Athletes will ski SL and GS events and may be introduced to Speed events.

 We are in the process of looking into Dryland Pre-Season Training. If we are able to offer Dryland pre-season training , it will be set up as a registration with its own cost.

On-snow activities start with a 4-day Christmas camp from December 27th to 30th, 2023 where skiers get reacquainted with snow training, working both on and off the course. Christmas camp runs from 9am to 3pm, with a one-hour unsupervised lunch break. Please note that camp dates and hours may be reduced should weather and snow conditions create an unsafe environment or limit terrain availability. Parents and guardians are required to be on-site during training.



Racers may be able to opt in and participate in some additional away races, approved by Brimacombe Racing. Please note there is an additional fee per additional race and that eligibility is dependent on weather conditions and the hosting club’s race quota criteria. You will be notified when registration for additional races is open. 



Racers will train as a team at our home hill and will travel to ski clubs within the Southern Ontario Division (SOD) to compete in 4 races (2 SL, 2 GS). The program runs for 9 weeks, Saturday & Sunday 9am to 3pm, and includes Christmas camp, Wednesday night gate training, and an end of year banquet. 

See Registration tab for fee details.



The team at Brimacombe's retail store, Slopeside, has all of the equipment and expert advice needed for your racer. It is the PARENT'S RESPONSIBILITY to ensure that their child has properly fitting and properly functioning equipment.

Please refer to the AOA Equipment Guide here

Alpine Ontario Program Information