Alpine Ontario Alpin (AOA)

AOA represents four divisions, 40 member clubs and over 3,000 active athletes, coaches and officials (volunteers). AOA coordinates several successful programs across the province and continues to foster the development of “state of the art” ski-racing programs from the grass roots level to the elite level.

Southern Ontario Division Clubs (SOD)

SOD represents 27 ski clubs in the area from Belleville to London to Peterborough with the majority of skiers in the Collingwood area. Ski racing greats from SOD include some of Canada’s great legends including Brian Stemmle(Georgian Peaks), Karen Stemmle (Georgian Peaks), Todd Brooker(Toronto Ski Club), Liisa Savijarvi (Georgian Peaks), Laurie Graham(Osler Bluff) and Steve Podborski (Craigleith). SOD has placed the following athletes on the CAST including Kelly VanderBeek (Chicopee), Larisa Yurkiw (Georgian Peaks), Tyler Nella (Georgian Peaks), Erin Mielzynski(Georgian Peaks), Meg and Kate Ryley (Craigleith), Scott Barrett (Osler Bluff), Nic Zoricic (Craigleith), Kelby Halbert (Toronto Ski Club), Madison Irwin (Craigleith) and Phil Brown (Craigleith).

SOD racers make up over 80% of the Provincial Sport Organization of Alpine Ontario Alpin and as such offer its membership programs at the U12, U14, U16 & U19/21 level for both the SOD CUP and OCUP development streams.

Northern Ontario Division Clubs (NOD)

Ski racing greats from NOD include Kathy Kreiner (Timmins) who won GOLD at the 1976 Olympics in Innsbruck and Kate Pace (North Bay) who won six World Cup medals and three Canadian downhill championships. Others from NOD who  skied at the National level include John Mealey, Jeff Armstrong, Gord Acton, and Michel Pratte and Angela Gougeon.

Representing Alpine Ontario in northern Ontario the Northern Ontario Division Alpine (NOD) co-ordinates with the following five NOD ski clubs.Visit NOD on their website here http://www.noda.ca

National Capital Division Clubs (NCD)

The National Capital area is steep in alpine ski racing history with several names racing on the World Cup such as Anne Heggveit (Sqaw Valley 1960 Olympic GOLD in Slalom), Betsy Clifford (won World Cup Slalom title in 1971), Pat Biggs (CAST member, Camp Fortune Ski Club) and youngster Dustin Cook (NCO Ski Team) on the CAST speed team.  The following ski clubs in NCD are located in the Ottawa Valley and Outaouais region. Visit the NCD website at http://ncd.ca/

Lake Superior Division Alpin Clubs (LSDA)

LSDA works with Alpine Ontario to provide leadership, guided direction and the encouragement of individuals to participate in alpine skiing from the grass roots to the elite level. Representing Alpine Ontario in Thunder Bay area the Lake Superior Division Alpine (LSDA) co-ordinates this mandate by working with the following four LSDA ski clubs. Visit LSDA on their website at http://lsdalpine.com