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FIS Forms for 2024 Season

FIS Forms for 2024 Season

Starting this season, BC Alpine has introduced a FIS paperwork upload/tracking system into our member update page. Any members who have FIS registrations will see at the top of their member update page a list of documents to be uploaded as shown in the example image below.

When clicking on any of the forms, a pop up will show which includes more information about the form, a link to download a blank one as well as an upload form to submit the form once it is completed.

Once uploaded the form will show as “Awaiting Approval.” BC Alpine will receive notification of all uploaded forms and confirm that they are correctly filled out. If there are problems we will reach out to the member who uploaded it directly. If the form is correct we will mark it as Approved.

Clubs will be able to view a list of all their FIS registered members in their club administration page with status of all required FIS paperwork for those members.

We hope this new paperwork management process simplifies FIS registrations going forward as it will provide a central spot for all paperwork to be downloaded, submitted and tracked.

How do members get access to their member update page?

All members who are registered with BC Alpine will get an email within 24 hours inviting them to their member update page. If you are a member who has not received this email, please check with your club that you are registered for the season to see if they have activated you with BC Alpine, as well as your junk/spam folder for the invitation. You may also request access to the page directly by clicking the heading “Registration” and then “Member Waiver Sign / Contact Update” in the BC Alpine Member’s site at https://bcalpine.com/memberNews/. Members not able to see their registration or access this site should reach out to their club and ask them to confirm that the email address attached to their registration is correct.

Want to be a WORLD CHAMPION? Check out the official alpine ski racing mobile game!

Want to be a WORLD CHAMPION? Check out the official alpine ski racing mobile game!

The official ski racing game of FIS, the Road to Cortina, is now underway. 

Can’t race in person right now? Put on a virtual BC Ski Team speed suit and join us in an online World Championship race in Cortina. Virtual qualification races for the title event began on December 3rd, and leads to the virtual venue of the first FIS Esports Alpine World Ski Championships, February 6 – 21, 2021. 

Get in on the action!

Update or install World Cup Ski Racing, the Official Alpine Racing Game of FIS (free)

Anyone with an iOS or Android mobile device can compete to qualify for one of 30 coveted invitations

The official qualifying events on The Road to Cortina are run in-game (see schedule, venues and detailed rules below)

– A 1st place in any of the qualifying events guarantees a spot in the Esports World Championships for that event. Players qualify once for an event. A player can qualify for different events, by winning (or earning enough World Cup points) in multiple events.

– The remaining invitations are awarded based on combined World Cup Points earned over the Road to Cortina season (Dec 03, 2020 – Feb 02, 2021). Qualifying players will receive a unique code that grants in-game access to the official FIS Esports Alpine World Ski Championship events, on the virtual slopes of Cortina d’Ampezzo. Real-world prizes and rewards await the podium finishers, and for the winners, the right to claim their title as the first FIS Esports Alpine World Ski Champions.

50% of the revenue from the in-game sales of the BC Ski Team speed suits comes back to BC Alpine in return for partnering with Session Games and FIS.

Ryan Jazic accepts Grouse Mountain Tyee Ski Club U16 Head Coach position

Ryan Jazic accepts Grouse Mountain Tyee Ski Club U16 Head Coach position

For Immediate Release – September 17, 2020 (North Vancouver, BC) – The Grouse Mountain Tyee ski club is honoured to announce the hiring of Ryan Jazic as head coach of the U16 program for the upcoming 2020/21 season. Ryan brings to the role over 25 years of coaching experience throughout all stages of development, working with the National, Provincial and Coast Zone club teams over the years. Growing up in the Whistler and the Sea to Sky area, Ryan ski raced with the Blackcomb ski club and competed for the BC ski team of his day. In his most recent coaching position, Ryan worked six full seasons with the provincial ski team, helping foster the latest generation of BC high performance athletes, including Tyee Alumni Antonia Wearmouth, Kristina Natalenko, Nicole Mah, Francis MacDonald and Sam Mulligan.

“I’m extremely excited for this opportunity to be a part of the Tyee Ski Club.  To sum up the last 25 + years of coaching I have seen that you can’t fake the fundamentals if you want success. That’s why I’m really excited to be working at the development level again and really bring an understanding of what it takes to succeed technically/mentally, both on and off the snow. This is a great age to develop these habits while having fun skiing at the same time.  As to what drew my eyes to the Tyee program in particular, I’d love to say it is the great hot dogs but that’s just a bonus! While coaching during many FIS series here over the last 7 years I’ve been impressed by the passion that this club has for the sport, and knowing Mike Janyk for such a long time I can see that it is being led in a great direction, and it was something I wanted to be a part of. Can’t wait for the snow to fly!” – Ryan Jazic

With a current team of 25 athletes, Ryan will be leading a strong and fun group of 14- and 15-year olds. “The club’s been building the older age programming over the last few years with a goal of inspiring the athletes to ski through two years of FIS (U18) and onto the Provincial ski team. Everyone comes with different goals, whether it’s high performance aspirations, becoming a coach, or to simply develop their skills to full potential while enjoying time with friends, our programs aim to fulfil them all. Ryan adds a high level of expertise, warm personality, and inclusive coaching style to support these individual and program goals. We’re stoked to have him and excited to see the team continue to grow.” – Mike Janyk, Program Director

Joining Ryan on the Coaching staff as an assistant is Titouan Olanié. Titouan worked with the U12 and U14 programs over the last two seasons and brings a level of continuity and youthful energy to the team. With everything going on in 2020, we are grateful to have a staff that matches the commitment and involvement of this current group of athletes, they deserve it!

Mike Janyk 
Grouse Mountain Tyee Ski Club Program Director