Diana Golden NASTAR Race Series
Disabled Sports USA is excited to partner with Nature Valley NASTAR to assist more athletes with physical disabilities and visual impairments to try out alpine ski and snowboard racing. Please see the details below for the opportunities available to chapters of Disabled Sports USA and adaptive athletes.
NASTAR is the acronym for the National Standard Race and is the largest public grassroots ski race program in the world. More than 165,000 NASTAR racer days are recorded throughout the season at 115 resorts. Participants compete within their age, disability and gender groups to win platinum, gold, silver and bronze medals. In addition, participants are ranked in their medal group and the top ranked racers qualify to compete in the NASTAR National Championships.
The Diana Golden NASTAR Race Series is named after the late Diana Golden. She was unquestionably one of the greatest, most successful disabled skiers of all time. Diana established the Golden Opportunities Fund which aims to provide assistance for young, disabled athletes striving for excellence. To read more about Diana Golden, click here.
To learn more about ski and snowboard racing opportunities click below: