CMAC Directors and Head Coaches
Alan Lauba is CMAC’s Program Director and you can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alan began his racing career at CMAC and went on to be a member of the U.S. Ski Team for five years. He was a Nor-Am Champion in 1985 and a top finisher in World Cup Competition. US Ski Team from 1981- 1987. Nor Am DH Champ 1984, 5th overall. Member of 1985 World Championship team. He is a Level III certified National level and has coached at several high level regional and national camps for elite level Junior skiers.
Mighty Mite Race Program (Sundays)
Mike Dahlem is the Director for the Sunday Mighty Mite program and you can reach him by email at MMRace@cmacskiracing.com.
Mighty Mite Race Program (Saturdays)
Paul Clarke is the Director for the Saturday prep program and you can reach him by email at email@example.com. Paul has 35 seasons on skis, including 4 years racing with CMAC, 18 years as an instructor and 9 as a CMAC coach. He has been part of the course crew at several World Cup events and the 2010 Olympics. He grew up at Crystal, and at a young age would come home from school and then go night skiing, and often played hookie on powder days (and he still does!). He worked as a ski instructor in the Bavarian Alps, and has skied in Warren Miller movies. Paul worked as a guide on Mt. Rainier with over 50 successful ascents, and still loves to climb, bike, kayak and ride his motorcycle during the summer months. Paul is a PSIA Level 3 Instructor.
Advanced Prep Program
U14 Junior Program
U16 Junior Program
In addition to his role as Program Director, Alan Lauba is also the U16 head coach.
FIS Junior Program
Scott Macartney is the head of the FIS program and you can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The son of volunteer ski patrol parents, two-time Olympian Scott Macartney was a four-event skier growing up at Crystal, but he narrowed his focus to speed events as his best route to the World Cup and the Olympics. Raced at two Olympics and at the World Championships in addition to winning a NorAm super G title and climbing onto the World Cup podium twice. On skis at 3, Macartney started racing at 7 at Crystal Mountain where his parents were (and remain) volunteer Ski Patrol members on weekends. A strong slalom skier, he was Western J3 slalom gold medalist in ’93, J2 SL champ in ’94, silver medalist in slalom at the ’95 J1-2 Western Junior Olympics, J1 SL champ in ’96, and national junior super G champ in ’97. By the ’99 season, he was a fledgling downhiller, grabbing the bronze medal at ’98 Junior Worlds in Megeve, France. First World Cup race: Nov. 27, 1999 at Beaver Creek, CO (37th in DH). OLYMPIC/WORLDS: 2007 Worlds - 30th in DH, 31st in SG. 2006 Olympics - 7th in SG, 15th in DH, 16th in CO. 2005 Worlds - 28th in super G. 2002 Olympics - 25th in super G, 29th in DH.