Home 9 FIS Programs

Please visit the pages and/or see below for specifics on FIS programs across Ontario.


Ontario Ski Team

The Ontario Ski Team (OST) is a High-Performance Development Program designed to prepare Ontario’s best Junior FIS ski racers with the broad range of skills and values needed to succeed on the international stage. The primary athletic goal of the team is to graduate athletes to the Canadian Ski Team, but many OST athletes have also gone on to successful NCAA racing careers. The OST strives to work with the whole athlete, creating an environment where athletes can develop their skills, athletic character, and passion for ski racing.

Contact: Pat Biggs, ED, Alpine Ontario Alpin


Ontario Development Ski Team

The primary athletic goals of the Ontario Development Ski Team (ODST) are to help athletes maximize athletic potential and advance to the Ontario Ski Team. Primary benchmark events are regional, national, and international FIS competitions.

Contact: Pat Biggs, ED, Alpine Ontario Alpin

National Capital Outaouais Ski Team (NCO)

The NCO Team is the region’s senior elite development program. In recent years, NCO athletes have graduated to the Quebec and Ontario provincial teams and the national team. The team is jointly managed by the National Capital Division of Alpine Ontario and the Outaouais Ski Zone of Ski Quebec.

Contact: Joseph (Joey) Lavigne, Head Coach


Craigleith Ski Club – Collingwood

NZ FIS Program – Craigleith, Collingwood Area

2024-25 NZ FIS Program. Please CLICK HERE to view the program outline.

    • The NZ FIS program offers a progressive development pathway for U18+ aged athletes from across Southern Ontario.
    • This Program allows athletes to continue their ski racing journey, by empowering athletes to reach their full potential on and off the slopes.
    • Working collaboratively with other local Clubs in the region, this provides enhanced opportunities to train, compete & learn from a larger group of athletes.
    • This program has a home base for training at Craigleith, while having the option to access more diverse training opportunities when needed throughout the season at the neighbouring Clubs.
    • We go beyond ski racing skills, fostering valuable life skills through leadership, support, and a multi-stage program designed to prepare athletes for local, regional, and national success.

Program Contact: Bebe Zoricic bebezoricic@craigleith.com

or Dave Campbell davecampbell@craigleith.com
(705) 445-3847 ext 238

For registration details, please contact: raceadmin@craigleith.com

National Ski Academy – Collingwood

Established in 1986, NSA supports and develops grade 9-12 student-athletes to reach their full athletic, academic, and personal potential using an integrated and holistic approach that caters to each athlete’s needs.

Upon Graduation,, NSA students are Racer-Ready for Life, prepared to attend the most demanding universities and colleges in Canada, the US, and around the world. Many ski at an NCAA, provincial, or national team level.

Contact: Carrie Johnston
(705) 444-1617

Glacier Ski Club – Orillia

Glacier Ski Club is a competitive alpine ski racing program operating at Mount St. Louis Moonstone (MSLM) near Barrie. MSLM is widely recognized as having one of the longest ski seasons and some of the best snow in Southern Ontario.

Glacier coaching staff is comprised of highly qualified and experienced coaches, having both national and international racing (including at the Division I-NCAA, Canadian Development Team and World Cup level) and coaching experience (with among others, the Ontario Ski Team and the SOD Ski Team).

The Glacier FIS program is primarily designed around Ontario and Quebec FIS race series, giving athletes 20 to 25 race starts and the opportunity to experience what FIS racing is all about.  Additional racing opportunities are also available in North America throughout the season.

Training is 3-4 days weekly, running from MSLM opening to the very end of the ski season (early December to end of March)  Our athletes also get several opportunities to train with other FIS programs and at different hills around Ontario.  Out of season on snow training opportunities include Chile in August and British Columbia in November as well as other opportunities in Europe and North America depending on availability and scheduling.

The main objective of the Glacier FIS program is to keep athletes involved in the sport and ski racing longer. Giving every opportunity for them to succeed.

Contact: Taylor Martin
(905) 308-6588

Camp Fortune Ski Club – Ottawa

Contact: Tyler Charbonneau

Caledon Ski Club – Caledon

Contact: Karson Benn
519-927-5221 ext. 257

Calabogie Ski Racing Club – Ottawa

Contact: Tammi Forget

TBFast – Thunder Bay

Contact: Geneviève Fortin-Robinson

We race in the mid-west series:

Minnesota:  Lutsen, Giant Ridge, Spirit Mountain , Buck Hill
Michigan:  Snow River
Wisconsin: La Crosse



Elite Alpine Ski Cross – North Bay

Contact: Jason Sullivan

Elliot Lake Ski Club – Elliot Lake

Contact: Jason Wilcox