BOYS AND GIRLS ALPINE SKIING
Revised: June 1998
The date shall be set in the W OSSAA calendar, at least seven days prior to the OFSSA
The location shall be determined by the host Conference.
3.1 The following events shall be held:
Boys Level I (Team)
Girls Level I (Team)
Boys Level II (Team)
Girls Level II (Team)
Boys Level III (Individual)
Girls Level III (Individual)
3.2 All events will be Giant Slalom.
4.0 COMPETITIVE STRUCTURE AND PROCEDURES
4.1 The top three teams in level I and II in each Conference are eligible to compete
(both sexes). The top three individuals in level III in each Conference are eligible
to compete (both genders).
4.2 A coach may request additional team entries (entries may be granted by the
W OSSAA convenor if there is space available). In such a case a coach must
declare his/her school’s “A” team.
5.0 ENTRY AND ENTRY FEES
5.1 Entries are to be made by the school coaches and must be accompanied by
5.2 Entries and entry fees are to reach the convenor by the entry deadline which will
be at least noon, five days prior to the meet.
5.3 Entry fees shall be established by the convenor, to cover known costs of the
6.1 All competitors must be eligible according to ByLaw 2 of the W OSSAA
6.2 In order to be eligible to compete at W OSSAA, a skier must be listed on his/her
entry list by Level (I, II, III) for his/her Conference Championship meet and at
W OSSAA must compete in the same level that he/she competed in (or was listed
for) at the Conference meet.
6.3 A team will consist of 5 skiers, but only the top three will count for team points.
6.4 To be eligible, a school and its skiers must participate in a minimum of two team
practices per week during the training season, whether dryland or on-hill. The
racing season includes the period of time from the return to school after the
Christmas break to the end of February.
6.5 No member of the current year’s Division Team or Core Juvenile Team or above
is eligible to compete in the Event. (Northern Ontario Division, Southern Ontario
Division, National Capital Division, Lake Superior Division, Outouais Division,
Laurentian, Quebec, American or International equivalents).
7.0 RULES AND OFFICIALS
7.1 The rules of competition shall be those contained in the W OSSAA Constitution,
OFSAA Playing Regulations, and any meet rules circulated by the convenor.
7.2 The current F.I.S. Rule Book shall be used as a model for competition at the
7.3 All skiers must wear safety straps or ski brakes. Skiers must wear a protective
helmet designed specifically for Alpine Giant Slalom Skiing.
8.1 A total time for each skier will be calculated by combining the times of both runs.
8.2 The competitor with the fastest total time in each event shall receive one point;
the 2nd fastest time, 2 points; the 3rd, 3 points, etc. In case of ties, the
competitors will be scored the same and appropriate places left out. The team
with the lowest score will be declared the winner. For Level III (individual) the
skier with the lowest number of points (i.e. the fastest skier) shall be declared the
8.3 Team scores in each of the Girls’ Level I, Boys’ Level I, Girls’ Level II and Boys’
Levels II shall be calculated by adding the best three individual scores for that
team. In the case of a tie for first place, the lowest total of individual times of the
three racers will be used. If a tie still exists, the place of the tied teams’ 4th place
finisher shall be used. There are no Combined Girls and Boys Teams.
9.1 W OSSAA team championship plaques will be awarded for each of: Girls’ Level I ,
Girls’ Level II, Boys’ Level I and Boys’ Level II.
9.2 For the Level I and Level II Team Champions in all categories, members of the
Championship Teams shall receive 5 Gold Medallions. Similarly, the second and
third place teams shall receive 5 silver and 5 bronze medallions respectively.
The first, second and third place finishers in each of the girls’ and boys’ Level I, II
and III Racers shall receive a gold, silver and bronze medallion.