Information about the Region
The London and South East Regional Ski Association (LSERSA) was first set up in 1970 to represent skiers
in the South Eastern counties of England. LSERSA has solid relationships with many other regions as well as the
Home Nation Governing Bodies (HNGBs). It is one of the eight regions that
are currently affiliated to Snowsport England (SSE), and through it to
Snowsport GB (SSGB).
In the early years the regional committee consisted of just a few people and
had a few, fairly large affiliated clubs, one for each slope in the region. The focus
of the committee at that time was on Alpine racing only and it developed its own regional
race series, which continues today in a modified format.
The region has experienced several highs and lows and 2006 changed its name to
the London and South East Regional Snowsports Association (LSERSA) to reflect the expanding diversity
of the region and its members. The committee has grown as it has become necessary to have more specialists
in areas such as press, PR and marketing. Today LSERSA represents a large variety of snowsports clubs including alpine
and freestyle skiing, snowboarding, nordic/cross country skiing, telemark and skiercross.
Development Plan A1 - November 2009
Committee Meeting Minutes
Regional Skiers in National Squads
Last updated: 15:00 GMT June 9th 2011