ROCKY MOUNTAIN SKI RACE OFFICIALS, Inc.P.O. Box 771736
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Esther DelliQuadri, President
FIS RMD TD Assignments
To be successful in Clinics with TESTS, please prepare. Study guides are available on the USSA website. USSA Alpine Officials Resources
Links to Related Sites
Alpine Ski Racing, Clubs & Organizations
Collegiate Ski Racing
John Jett - webmaster
Welcome to RMSRO
Moving forward RMSRO will communicate with its membership by EMAIL. Please be sure that we have your correct email address to receive all RMSRO communications. RMSRO does not sell addresses or send out spam and will not publish your email address on the roster.
If you do not wish to receive communications, that is ok, all content that is emailed will be posted to this website. This includes Season Activity Records (work cards). This is available for download at the link below.
FIS FALL TD UPDATES
Dates and locations for the North American FIS TD Updates are:
Rocky TDs and other interested parties are encouraged to attend the Denver event. This will satisfy the continuing education requirement.
Season Activity Record
TDTR Program, Homologated
Equipment, Timing Rules
The FIS Timing Booklet version 2.52 (October 2014) is available as a pdf file on the FIS website as is the current list of Homologated timing equipment. Future OFFICIAL updates will be posted there See the direct links in Timing Corner
The preferred Alpine and Snowboard Scoring program, National Fis, is available on the Split Second website. Races that use Split Second will have access to www.Live-Timing.com for live results on the web. RMSRO offers a DM clinic and Timing Workshop to train Timing and Administration people on how to use it.
RMSRO was originally incorporated as "Rocky Mountain Certified Ski Race Officials, Inc." on October 3, 1973. The organization was reincorporated as Rocky Mountain Ski Race Officials, Inc. on April 10, 1989 and following that re-incorporation, application was filed for 501 (c) 3 nonprofit status which was granted.
The basic purpose of the organization has remained the same since the beginning: "Establish, administer and promote a program devoted to the education, development, training, scheduling and certification of Alpine Ski Officials; to promote the accuracy and fair play in the governing of competitive ski events of any nature; and to support the USSA, FIS, AAU, NCAA, and other recognized associations for the promotion of Skiing."
RMSRO Membership: lowest number recorded was 198 although it was believed to be closer to 150 in the mid seventies; the documented highest was 691 in 2015.
Yes! (starting with 2003-04) RMSRO dues are $5.00 which is added for RMD Officials when paying USSA and RMD dues. (These dues have not increased in over 20 years!) Clinics are additional to membership dues..
No, but you also loose eligibility to receive our 10 year participation award.
RMSRO is the only authorized organization for training, licensing and promoting Alpine Officials in Rocky Mountain Division- this is NOT handled by USSA or RMD.
With 30 years of service, Aspen World Cup has honored and recognized Allen Church for his contributions.