MOUNTAIN SKI RACE OFFICIALS, Inc.
P.O. Box 1736
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Esther DelliQuadri, President
FIS RMD TD Assignments
FIS TD CONTACT LIST - See RMSRO Roster
RMSRO/USSA TD Assignments 2012-2013
RMD Calendar 2012-2013
Volunteer Officials Wanted
2011-2012 Point List Dates FIS/USSA
Link for FIS TDs to NAFISTD
Precisions and Instructions Northern Hemisphere from Fis WebsiteGIF Correct_Single_Pole_Gate_Passage(youtube)
Single Pole Slalom Illustration, rev 1.3
Click for tools
RMSRO Members -
Links to Related Sites
Alpine Ski Racing, Clubs & Organizations
Collegiate Ski Racing
Site Comments -
Welcome to RMSRO
As of May 2013
RMSRO Members who wish to Officiate Are encouraged to hold USSA membership
It's an insurance thing! The linked form can be used to join RMSRO now!
Lost your Season Activity Record?
this link to print a new one.
Homologated Timing Equipment
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Selected FIS and USSA FORMS for Download -
Go to TIMING CORNER for Timing Report Form!
RMD Team Entry Form. (USSA Team Entry Form) DOC
FIS Race Entry Form. (Entry Form.doc) DOC
Esther has New Alpine ICRs, version 2008, available for sale.
Please contact Esther for more information.
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 426 in
1988. then 2008 was 618.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is RMSRO membership included in our USSA Officials membership and license?
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!) Each officials
all-day clinic/class is an additional $20.00.
If I don't plan to work races this year, but will again next season, do I have to pay RMSRO dues?
No, but you also loose eligibility to receive our 10 year participation award, and will not receive 'work' credit for any races during a season in which your dues were not paid.
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.