AOA Registration is NOW OPEN

Collingwood, Ontario (September 8, 2021) – Alpine Ontario Alpine (AOA) is pleased to announce that registration for the upcoming ski season is officially open as of September 8, 2021. The link to AOA’s membership registration system can be found by clicking here.

Registration with AOA is required if you are participating in any AOA or a Member Club’s sanctioned activities, competitions, and programs.  Each member will complete the following steps on-line when registering with AOA: declare AOA member club, personal and demographic information, agree to the AOA Athlete Code of Conduct, ACA Membership Release, Rowan’s Law Concussion Protocol and AOA Sport Participant COVID Agreement as well as AOA, Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) and Division fees (if applicable).

In collaboration with ACA, AOA has adjusted its membership fees for the 21-22 season to include a supplemental COVID-19 fee.  This fee will be used to both recover significant and unavoidable fixed operating costs that AOA incurred in 2020-21 as a result of a severely impacted ski racing season and support a safe return to sport in 2021-22.

A detailed summary of the 2021-22 ACA and AOA membership fees can be found below:

Age Group ACA Fee COVID-19 Supplemental Fee AOA Fee
U8            $74.75  Nil $45.00
U10            $74.75  Nil $45.00
U12          $102.25 $33.42 $77.50
U14          $118.75 $33.42 $77.50
U16          $118.75 $33.42 $77.50
U19          $118.75 $33.42 $77.50
Masters          $124.25 $33.42 $77.50
FIS-National $316.39 $33.42 $135.00

“2020 was an incredibly challenging year for the ski community, with significant Covid-19 impacts and learnings garnered,” says AOA Board Chair, Linsey Ferguson. “We are fully committed to planning and activating a great season ahead, with a significant focus on Covid-19 protocols and a safe return to sport. We look forward to the start of the 2021-22 season and welcoming our community back on snow!” continues Ferguson.

AOA remains focused on the health and safety of all our members and to providing a full suite of quality competitions, programs and services to advance alpine, para-alpine and ski cross racing in the province of Ontario.  For more information about AOAs programs and services, click here.

AOA continues to work in consultation with the Government of Ontario and Alpine Canada as we prepare for a competition season in 2021-2022. For more information on AOA COVID-19 guidelines, and information on training camps, registration and latest news please visit: www.alpineontario.ca. If you have any questions, please reach out to rskinner@alpineontario.ca

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ABOUT ALPINE ONTARIO ALPIN

ALPINE ONTARIO ALPIN (AOA) provides leadership and support for the advancement of alpine, para-alpine and ski cross racing in the province of Ontario by providing exceptional and sustainable programs and services from entry-level to high performance. In collaboration with the 40 race clubs and their 30,000 members, partners and stakeholders, we support over 5,000 active racers, 3,000 coaches and thousands of officials and volunteers throughout the province. Alpine Ontario is a proud member of Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) and recognized by the Canadian Snowsports Association, Ontario Winter Games, Canada Winter Games and the Government of Ontario under the umbrella of the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries. For more information, visit us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and our website.