USA Masters Ski Jumping National Championships
February 24, 1991
Chisholm Ski Club, Rumford, ME

The 1991 Masters Championships were hosted by the Chisholm Ski Club at their Black Mountain jumping complex outside of Rumford Maine.
Fifteen Old Boys (two from the Central Division and 13 from the East) registered for competition on the K-62 meter jump. However, the oldest skier, Bob Hein of Drexel Hill PA fell on a practice ride and declined to ski in the competition.

The first IMC was hosted in Lake Placid in 1990 using five-year age groups: 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, etc. The U.S. Masters Committee agreed to align our age groups with those, but with far less skiers, ten-year age groups were chosen. In addition, the minimum age for a U.S. Masters skier was increased from 27 to 30. However, it was increased one year at a time so as not to cut out any skier who was a Master skier last year. This produced the following age groups at this 1991 event: 28-39, 40-49, 50-59, etc.

Here are the official results of the Masters Championships in four scanned images.

 

Masters-4 at 1991 National Masters National Championships

1991 Masters-4

 
Masters-3 at 1991 National Masters National Championships

1991 Masters-3

 
Masters-2 at 1991 National Masters National Championships

1991 Masters-2

 
Masters-1 at 1991 National Masters National Championships

1991 Masters-1

 

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