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USSA registration now open for the 2014-15 season

National team athlete Sandy Vietze gets high fives from his fans at U.S. Nationals. Sarah Brunson/USST

National team athlete Sandy Vietze gets high fives from his fans at U.S. Nationals. Sarah Brunson/USST

The USSA is now accepting registrations for the 2014-15 membership season. Click here to register now.

Go to my.ussa.org:

  • Sign into your account or create an account if needed.
  • If you are the primary member on the account, your Renew Member link will appear in the status line on the left in the My Account box. If you are a linked member on the account, click your box in the Linked Member section of the My Account box and your Renew Member link will appear above in the status line.
  • Renewing members please check the membership cart to the right as your membership may already be populated. Be certain you’ve chosen the correct membership prior to completing your registration:
  1. Complete the renewal process for each member you wish to renew.
  2. Check your emailed receipt and membership card to be sure all your information is correct, including the membership category and member’s date of birth. Contact USSA Member Services immediately with any changes or corrections.

Please contact USSA Member Services at membership@ussa.org or 435.647.2666 with questions on your My USSA account or for additional information.

Reminder: Be sure to opt-in to Ski Racing Magazine under ‘Magazine Options’ during the membership subscription process in order to receive engaging sport content all season long.

The USSA appreciates your early renewal.

SR Staff

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