FIS Masters Cup- Amneville

posted Nov 14, 2017, 3:39 PM by Alison Hills   [ updated Nov 16, 2017, 12:30 PM ]

Good evening all!

The results from the first European FIS Masters Cup are now online and can be found here:

The British results (in age groups) were as follows:...
Saturday 11/11/17
A men:
A1 James Lynch ( 4th )
A4 Stuart Gillies ( (5th)
A5 Rob Swindells ( 17th)
B men:
B6 Nigel Greenfield (16th),
B9 Colin Tucker (4th),
B10 Malcolm Naylor (2nd)
C6 Judy Reid (4th)

Sunday 12/12/17
A men:
A1 James Lynch (6th)
A4 Phillip May (4th )
B men:
B6 Nigel Greenfield (12th),
B9 Colin Tucker (4th),
B10 Malcolm Naylor (3rd)
C6 Judy Reid (4th)

Also for those of you who attended, official photographs can be found online here:…/122-fmc-amneville-novembre…

Ski Club Amneville would also appreciate any feedback/ thank you's on their facebook page which can be found here: https:\\

There is also a linked media article which can be found here:

Well done to all and looking forward to the next stop which will be Pila on the first weekend in December!

News Update; membership renewals & Amneville

posted Nov 1, 2017, 1:42 PM by Alison Hills

hi all,

I hope you are all well and getting ready for the winter season!

Just a quick reminder that membership renewals are due. If you are not already a member and are interested in joining, please email us at and we can send across an application form.


The cost is £20 for the season and will give you access to better rates for the training etc that we organise throughout the season along with club support at the events.

Also, for those of you who will be attending Amneville, the training times are as follows:

Tuesday 5-7pm
Wed 7-9am, 11-1pm
Thu 7-9am, 11-1pm
Fri 7-9am, 11-1pm

If you are planning on attending the races and haven't yet booked onto the training, please email us and we can send across a booking form.

The FIS Masters Calendar has also now been confirmed and can be found online here:

Best of luck for everyone who will be attending Amneville and hope to see you out at some races this season!

BMSC Secretary

British Masters Ski Racing Updates

posted Aug 17, 2017, 1:02 PM by Alison Hills

Good evening all,

I hope you are all well ! Well it has been pretty busy in the masters
racing scene recently so time for another update!

*Anglo Welsh & British Indoor Champs*

These events took place last weekend in Manchester, and we saw a good
entrant particularly from the male masters!

On Saturday at the Anglo-Welsh, Alex Molliex was crowned masters champion
with Matthew Ingle in 2nd place shortly followed by Jim Gibb in 3rd. In the
ladies, Carrie Walsh was in 1st place with Sarah Campbell-Woodward in 2nd.

On Sunday, Alex again showed what he was made of and was in 1st place in
the masters with Jim Gibb in 2nd and Stuart Gillies in 3rd. Carrie Walsh
was also crown the masters ladies champion.

Well done to all who took part! The full results can be found here:

*Outdoor Champs*

There is still time to enter the remaining outdoor races for the season,
which are as follows:

Scottish Outdoor Champs, Hillend- 2nd September
All England Champs @ Norwich- 9th September
Welsh Champs @ Pontypool- 9th September
British Outdoor Champs @ Hillend- 23rd September

There are also a number of regional races still to take place over the
summer, so please check out the calendar on our website for more info (

*Landgraaf Training*

You will probably have seen various race club promote race training over
the summer. There are still a few camps left, with Impulse organising
training from 15-17 September and 6-8 October (Please contact Phil Brown
for more info)

We are also looking to arrange some training before the Lowland Champs so
please let us know if you are interested in this.

*FIS Masters Cup 2017-2018*

It is almost time for the season to start again with the first races of the
season taking place in Chile from 15-17 September. Colin Tucker will be
attending, so if you are interested in going, then please contact him on
07775 538238 as he has managed to sort some good options for accommodation
and transport.

There is also still time to enter the races in Amneville from 11-12
November and again we will be organising training before this event, so
please let us know if you are planning to come.

Lastly, we have now received confirmation from Kandahar that the British
FIS Masters races will be taking place in Chatel from 16-18 March 2018.
This is a fantastic event to attend if you have never done alpine racing
before, particularly as all the commentary is in English and we usually get
a large amount of members out to this event. We will keep you posted closer
to the time with regards to training and accommodation but in the meantime,
don't forget to renew your FIS Licence before the end of the month if you
want to be included on the next seed list.

Think that's all for now. As ever, if you attend any further events over
the summer and would like to share photos etc then please feel free to send
them through and I'll add them to our website and facebook page.

Take care and hope to see you soon!


BMSC Secretary/ Social Media

Amneville- FIS Masters Cup event

posted Jul 6, 2017, 1:26 PM by Alison Hills

hi all,

We have secured training lanes at Snowhall, Amneville prior to the FIS Masters Cup races to be held 11th & 12th November.

Commencing Tuesday 7th November and finishing Friday 10th November, we have seven training lane times available to all British Masters. 

Price £190.00 BMSC Members, £230.00 Non Members

Price includes;

Lift Passes 7th to 10th
7 Training Lane Times
Tuesday - Evening Dinner
Wednesday – Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Meal
Thursday – Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Meal
Friday – Breakfast, Lunch

There is limited space so please book early.

Accommodation and Travel are not included.

This is a perfect opportunity to see what masters racing is all about if you have never done it before so please feel free to contact us for more info!

To book please contact the BMSC Chairman,

Event Calendar Update 2017-2018

posted May 29, 2017, 10:26 AM by Alison Hills

hi all,

We have updated our calendar of events for the remainder of the 2017 summer season and also included the FIS Masters Calendar for 2017-2018.

Please note however that the Amneville event is still to be confirmed by the French committee. There is also a possibility that the dates for Cortina and Megeve may be switched around, and there is also a possibility that the British Masters Champs date may also move to allow competitors time to get to Big Sky for the World Criterium.

We will of course keep you updated with any changes.


Summer races

posted May 3, 2017, 2:45 AM by Alison Hills

hi all,

The summer race season is well and truly underway! Here are the Masters results for the events which have taken place so far:

22nd & 23rd April 2017- Telford & Manchester Club Nationals @ Chill Factore...
Men- 1st place Alex Molliex, 2nd place Anthony Sharp, 3rd place Andy Atkinson
Ladies- 1st place Sarah Campbell-Woodward

29th April 2017- LSERSA @ Welwyn
MAS1 MEN- 1st Andy Atkinson, 2nd Martyn Amos
MAS2 MEN- 1st Paul Bunton, 2nd Andy Proudlove, 3rd Nigel Hilliard

29th April 2017- Pendle Club National
Ladies- 1st place Emily Goddard, 2nd place Sarah Campbell-Woodward
Men- 1st place Simon Bannister, 2nd place Lee Marlor, 3rd place Andrew Greensmith

30th April 2017: GBR Outdoor 1 @ Pendle
Ladies- 1st place Emily Goddard, 2nd place Sarah Campbell-Woodward
Men- 1st place Simon Bannister, 2nd place Christopher Royle, 3rd place Ian Jackson

This weekend will see the first of the indoor GBR series at the Chill Factore, Manchester. Good luck to all competitors, and don't forget to get in touch if you would like to find out about how to get involved!

Final British Masters Results from the FIS Masters World Cup Tour

posted Apr 11, 2017, 1:04 PM by Alison Hills

hi all,

Please see below for the final World Cup Standings (per age group) for the British racers (and honorary Brits!) who competed in the minimum of 6 races (although your best 9 races count).

Judy Reid 8th (27 races)
Avelline Deighton 14th (8 races)
Karen Coles 3rd (20 races)
Ali Hills 6th (7 races)

Peter Gash 47th (11 races)
Ralph Watson 33rd (10 races)
Nigel Greenfield 36th (9 races)
Robert Swindells 41st (8 races)
Tim Garlick 18th (9 races)
Andrew Atkinson 29th (6 races)
Mikael Collin 31st (6 races)
Alex Molliex 4th (15 races)
Murat Imamzade 6th (9 races)

It has been a fantastic season and we hope that you have enjoyed following our photos and results! The summer season will be kicking off again shortly, so we will keep you posted with results from these events! If you would like more information on how to get involved, then please do get in touch!

FIS Masters Chairman report

posted Apr 11, 2017, 12:57 PM by Alison Hills

Dear All,

Please see below a brief report received from Stefano Arnhold, Chairman, FIS Sub-committee for Masters racing:

"Given the very difficult snow conditions the OC did a fantastic job and both races were held on very good conditions, specially the GS that was nearly perfect.

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your support and contribution to a record breaking season with 40 FMC races (only 3 were lost) and more then 7000 starts in Masters Racing in South America, North America, Central Europe, Scandinavia and Asia.

Looking forward to meet you at the FIS Calendar Conference in Portoroz, I wish you all a safe trip to Slovenia".

Ski Club of Great Britain

posted Apr 11, 2017, 12:51 PM by Alison Hills

The Ski Club of Great Britain have kindly offered our members 10% off travel insurance.

All you need to do to take advantage of this offer is visit their website at the following link: and enter the discount code "BMSC10". Please see attached document for more info!

FIS Masters Cup Updates

posted Feb 21, 2017, 5:45 AM by Alison Hills

Dear all,

We have been informed that there is positive snow control for the FMC events to take place in Pec Pod Snezcou on 3-4 March 2017. We have also added the Programmes for Cortina and Abetone under the "information" sections of our website.

Also, for anyone attending the events in Cortina this weekend, we are informed that an informal dinner will be organised on the 24th Feb at 19:30hs at the Club House (Club House Malga Lareto which is on the road to Passo Tre Croci or Rio Gere, 4,5km from Cortina on the left).
Tickets can be purchased for 30 Euros can be purchased on the 23rd Feb during the welcome drinks that will be offered immediately after the Team Captains Meeting.

For additional information please contact the OC at:  "'Sci Club 18'" <

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