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Masters Sunday Super G & Slalom
All Team racing will take place on Innsbruck.
Cost $25. NO GUEST RACING ALLOWED FOR TEAM RACING. If you have someone who is not on a team and would like to race, they can participate in the Friday Innsbruck Open Race and/or the Saturday Helsinki Open Race.
All Division racing will be held on Saturday. All Division Team Racing will be held on Innsbruck. We will be running two divisions per race. Plaques will still be awarded to the winning team in each division. If you are on more than one division or team per race, your scores will be transferred over to the lower seeded team for scoring purposes.
If you are a team from another league besides Ski Challenge and would like to compete in our Division Team Racing please contact the Ski Challenge office to be placed in an appropriate division.
Awards: At the end of the day in the parking lot
SCHEDULECourse Inspection 1/2 hour prior to Race Time
|Saturday, March 6, 2021||Race Run||Race Time|
|Div 3 & 6||Innsbruck||10 am|
|Div 2 & 5||Innsbruck||11:30 am|
|Div 1 & 4||Innsbruck||1 pm|
|King & Queen of the Hel||Helsinki||2:30 pm**|
|Team Awards and King/Queen of Hel||Outside of Registration Building||After all races are complete|
- All Racers need to check in and pick up a new race number. Check in at the Sport’s Pavilion on the bottom of Helsinki. The new race number will be stuck over your league race bib.
- Racers can check in Friday or Saturday for their races – only 15 people allowed in building at a time.
- $25 per racer
HOW DIVISIONS ARE DETERMINED: Teams are placed in a division after race #5 by using the medal average of each racer based on the average handicap after the best and worst are dropped. Whatever roster is listed on Week #5 will be your State Championships roster.
The top six racers’ points (same point system as used in leagues) are then added up for a team average total. The 7th, 8th, or 9th racers may be used to break ties. Divisions are formed by grouping the teams with similar points together. Racers must participate in one regular season league race to be counted for state.