First 2022 Races Delayed
Jan 5, 2022: There is not enough snow to hold our races this weekend on Superbowl or North Boyne. Therefore, races 1 and 2 are officially canceled.
The good news is that Boyne Mtn. has graciously given us a training lane on Express (bottom-left part of North Boyne) for Saturday and Sunday from 10:00AM-12:00PM. Saturday will be SL, Sunday GS. This is only for registered MACC racers. Sorry, no guests or family (if not MACC).
One more thing: there were a few classes added and moved to different courses tonight. Please see the updated schedule page for details.
Jan 3. If you have not registered yet, please do so immediately. If you know of anyone interested in joining us, please encourage them to do so ASAP. From the registrations so far, we expect to see better numbers than we had last year.
Dec 9. Training is back: Masters training at Boyne.
Nov 28. New and updated links for the coming season:MACC rules and Constitution, and:
- We will have awards for all races, with weekend award ceremonies Saturday after the races.
- We welcome guest racers again.
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. It's open to virtually all adult recreational racers and also 14, 15, 16, and 17-year old racers (a parent or designated adult for each junior racer must be on the hill when a junior racer competes).
You race in a class based on ability and gender. Ability groups with lots of racers are further divided by age. Most races are slalom and giant slalom, with some super-G. Please see Info page for details.
Photos: We have thousands of photos. See the menu above or click here.
Reviews: Here's a nice article from NASTAR about a MACC weekend that included former US ski team member Marco Sullivan.
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