RELIVE THIS HISTORIC EVENT.

TWO RACES. ONE MOUNTAIN.  EXPERIENCE RACING HISTORY AT RED MOUNTAIN:
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Canada’s best alpine racers and ski cross athletes are coming to RED Mountain Resort on March 21-25. RED will be hosting the 2018 Sport Chek National Tech Championships along with the Sport Chek National Ski Cross Championships – all while celebrating the 50th anniversary of RED Mountain hosting the first World Cup race in Canada.

Come join us for a historic week to remember, where the best athletes from all over the world will be coming to compete. Explore the history of RED, Rossland, and the culture that has formed who we are today through over 100 years of skiing here in the Kootenays.

2018 SPORT CHEK CANADIAN NATIONAL TECH CHAMPIONSHIPS

March 21 to 25th 2018 // RED Mountain Resort

Canada’s top Alpine ski racers will be on display as they come together to compete at the 2018 Sportchek Canadian National Championships. Over five days, The deep talent of Canadian ski racing will battle it out front and center on the slopes of Red Mountain for the Highly coveted National Champion Title.

2018 SPORT CHEK CANADIAN NATIONAL SKI CROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS

March 23rd-24th 2018 // RED Mountain Resort

Since Ski Cross became a FIS Sanctioned sport in late 2002, Canada has risen to dominance on the race course. The sport is relatively new but has quickly gained a massive fan base with its action-packed racing format, big air and gritty head to head battles. The 2018 Sportchek National Ski Cross Championships puts living legends against fresh up and comers as they compete for the national title.

DISCOVER ROSSLAND

A mountain town with heart.

Recently voted Canada’s #1 Outdoor Town by Explore magazine, the Rossland area is a natural playground for adventure seekers from around the world. The stunning alpine town also features all of the amenities you would expect: shopping, casual and fine dining, pubs, bars, a fitness centre and more.

A GLIMPSE INTO THE PAST

History of Racing.

In 1968, Rossland hosted the first FIS World Cup in Canada on The Face of Red mountain. In storybook fashion, Hometown hero, Nancy Greene who was coming off an Olympic gold and silver took World Cup gold in front of the entire community inspiring Red Mountain’s next wave of world-class ski racers including Kerrin Lee-Gartner who went on to win Olympic Downhill Gold in Albertville, France 24 years later.

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