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The Conclusion of MACC 2016

March 10. And one final upgrade for 2016: Congratulations Lester!

March 8. All results are posted for the three-day finale of the 2016 MACC season. We're not sure how long this program has existed, but there have been seasonal Mark II trophies since 1960 (56 years ago). One of the founders, Don Williams, ran as a guest racer.

This is also the 20th year that we have posted results on this web site. For some nostalgia, view the 1997 results to see what was going on 19 years ago.

In 2016, we have photos by Kelly Therese Mazzenga posted on photoshelter and photos by Art Ellwanger posted on smugmug.com.

Feb 21. All results are posted for the Feb 20-21 races. There were three upgrades. Congratulations Jeffrey, Jason, and Jamie!

November Season Highlights 2015. Here is a 20-page "Yearbook" for the 2015 season, with rosters, results, and lots of photos. Here's a low-res (web) version for quick viewing.

Please contact Scott or Debi for a higher-quality hard-copy.

March 14, 2015. Photos and observations from president Scott Pyles, who observed every race even though he couldn't compete this year, what with the pesky knee surgery and all.

Nov 2014. MACC was started in 1963. Read the short history of MACC and Michigan ski racing from Scott in What's New.

MACC Racing: Who We Are

The Michigan Alpine Competition Council (MACC) is a non-profit organization made of amateur ski racers who work as volunteers to run the main Alpine ski racing program for adults in the Michigan region.

Our race series covers 12 races over five weekends each year at Boyne Mountain and sometimes Searchmont or Marquette. It's open to virtually all adult recreational racers and also 14, 15, 16, and 17-year old racers with MACC parents.

You race in a class based on ability and gender. Ability groups with lots of racers are further divided by age. Most races are FIS slalom and giant slalom. However, we also have a genuine super-G and a super-combined fun race at the end of the season.

Please see the Program and Join sections for more information.

MACC E-Newsletter: Subscribe, Unsubscribe, or manage your personal settings at the MACC News Info Page.

Facebook: Here's the MACC Racing facebook group.

Reviews: see reviews from some of our racers.