U19 (Ages 16 – 18)

U19 is designed to inspire and challenge racers to perform at the next level. This program will focus on fundamental skill development, racing technique and speed acquisition. Athletes will be constantly challenged, and motivated to give their one hundred percent effort every day. Athletes will learn age appropriate slalom, giant slalom and speed technical skills to develop their racing and skiing proficiency.

The skills from previous levels are expanded and adapted in training situations that offer the athlete both fun and challenge. Coaches will bring the focus towards developing not just the skiing and race skills but will begin to make the athlete aware of their potential in fitness and mental aspects affecting their peak performance. Our program is flexible and can accommodate athletes across various levels of commitment to the sport. In addition, to our core 8 week racing module, racers can choose to participate in a variety of optional enhanced training programs and races throughout the season.

For more information regarding the U19 Alpine Ontario Program Expectations please visit the AOA website.


  • Christmas camp training
  • Sunday all-day training
  • Wednesday night training
  • Regional invitational racing series
  • Optional extra regional travel races available
  • Optional extra training days available


  • Day Xmas Camp – 8:30-2:30 pm – (45 min. lunch break)
    • December 27 to 31st, 2019 (away ski training Dec 29 &30 & Jan 12th)
  • Evening Training – Wednesday – 6:30-9:00 pm
  • Weekend Training – Sunday – 11:00-5:00 pm (45 min. lunch break)
  • Training Schedule starts January 4th, 2020


  • 4-6 Events


  • Program fee – the cost of the program for your athlete/s – See program fee schedule – Book early to take advantage of the Early Bird pricing!
  • MHRC Family Membership Fee – the cost of membership to our club – includes all family members and guests. It supports the cost of running our clubhouse. – See program fee schedule NOTE – this is paid one time per family, regardless of how many racers you have registered.
  • Alpine Ontario Membership – AOA membership covers each athlete’s insurance and supports the sport in Ontario.  You will need to register with AOA, if not already, and set up your racers and pay membership –  see AOA site. NOTE we are Southern Ontario Division – SOD.
  • Volunteer Deposit – this will NOT be processed if all volunteer requirements are met.  See volunteer details page.
  • Lift Passes/Tickets – Athletes can get a season’s pass at Glen Eden, others can purchase a set of day passes based on their training schedule.  Glen Eden offers MHRC members discounted offers for program participants. All passes/lift tickets MUST be purchased through Glen Eden.   See Glen Eden site.


  • MHRC FRIDAY TRAINING SERIES – Home and Away Options
  • U19 INVITATIONAL RACE EVENTS – Organized throughout Southern Ontario
  • MHRC PRE-SEASON CAMP – Beginning of December MHRC organizes a pre-season training
  • O-Cup Finals – qualification required

For information on equipment requirements per age group see the equipment page


MHRC is a volunteer-driven not-for-profit organization. We rely on the participation of parents to run the events and races and our clubhouse. Volunteering at races is necessary to ensure a safe and successful event for the athletes. No experience is necessary and you don’t even need to ski. We will provide training during the season and mentorship for all those eager to learn.

For parents who are new to the team, volunteering is a great way to get involved in your child’s development in ski racing and to get to know other parents. Without volunteers we would not be able to run our club or host events.

A list of volunteer opportunities can be found under the volunteer tab on the blog or website.