About CMAC

Here are resources to learn more about CMAC - a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization:

  1. CMAC's mission statement
  2. Resources for CMAC alumni to stay in touch
  3. Board of directors, governance and policies
  4. Director/head coach bios

Mission Statement

"To be the Northwest’s premier ski racing program, 
developing athlete skills and character for life."

Crystal Mountain Alpine Club (CMAC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, predominately volunteer organization founded in 1963. CMAC is for skiers of all ages who enjoy competitive ski racing as well as advanced free skiing. Our coaching staff is dedicated to helping racers at all levels achieve their personal ski racing goals.
CMAC's philosophy is to provide a program that is fun and enjoyable for all participants while developing strong skiing skills learned through structured training and directed free skiing using the entire mountain. This creates strong racers and excellent skiers with a deep love of the sport. The CMAC philosophy not only develops successful ski racers, but skiers who will participate in the sport throughout their lives. This philosophy also develops life skills that transcend sports.
CMAC alums have successfully competed in national and international competition.  Most recently two alumni - Scott Macartney and Libby Ludlow - raced in the Olympics for the US Ski Team - and then come back to coach the younger athletes providing CMAC the strongest coaching staff in the Pacific Northwest.  

CMAC and its racers regularly enjoyed great success, earning top results at PNSA team championships at all levels of our program. CMAC’s program is highly regarded and respected at the regional as well as the national level. 

“The success of the program is evident in the fact that your athletes have both the tools to become successful competitors, as well as successful people in life.”

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