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					                                               Ski and Snowboard Races
                                                    28 - 29 Jan 2011
                                                 Keystone Resort, CO
Race Registration Deadline for all SnoFest Racers – 26 Jan 11. No onsite registration!
   Please complete and sign the appropriate registration forms and fax to 719-556-8976 / /DSN 834-8976 or send scanned copies of
   the signed registration forms by e-mailed to warren.schroeder@peterson.af.mil or visit your installation ITT/ITR office or
   Outdoor Recreation Centers. E-mail confirmation will be sent within 10 days of receiving registration..

Races - Friday, 28 Jan 11: All participants must wear a helmet. All races are handicapped by age and
gender.

   Commander’s Cup Traveling Trophy:
   The winning installation will be determined by the two fastest skier times and two fastest snowboarder times of individuals
   assigned to that base. Times will be handicapped and added together. Trophy will be presented in the Keystone Conference
   Center during Friday night’s dinner/party. Although this is not a team event, the times of team racers will be extracted to count
   toward the Commander’s Cup. The times of individual racers with base affiliation but no team affiliation will also count toward
   the Cup.

   Team Ski/ Team Snowboard Competition:
   Six Teams Per Installation: First-come, first-served. Installations may have both Ski and Snowboard teams. Each team, either
   Ski or Snowboard, will be comprised of no more than four but no fewer than three skiers/riders from a squadron, unit, or
   organization. Teams may register two alternate team members. Members from small squadrons may race with other squadrons.
   Large squadrons may have more than one team. Each team member must be active duty or a civilian employee assigned to the
   squadron represented by the team. Team members may participate in both Ski Team and Snowboard Team categories. Team
   participants must be set by 26 Jan 11. If a base has fewer than six teams registered, the unused slot can be transferred to a base
   that would like to register more than six teams; the extra teams will be on standby until a slot becomes available. The six-team
   rule pertains to Peterson AFB, Schriever AFB, Buckley AFB, F. E. Warren AFB, Ft Carson, and the USAF Academy. Squadrons
   from any military instillation may compete. Participants must provide their own lift ticket.

   Team Scoring:
   The qualifying time for each team member is the faster of two times as per individual scoring. The sum of the top three times, one
   time per racer, for each team determines the team score. Fewer than three registered team times disqualifies the team. Each
   person’s times scored in the team competition will also count toward individual honors and the Commander’s Cup. Racers will
   also score in the NASTAR system and possibly win a NASTAR medal. All announced results are final.

   Individual Ski/Snowboard Competition:
   Eligibility: All eligible ID card holders 17 years of age or older, which includes active duty, civilian employees, National Guard
   and Reservists, retirees, and family members of these groups, may compete for individual honors in Friday’s racing. Participants
   may compete in both ski and snowboard races. Participants must provide their own lift ticket

   Individual Scoring:
   The faster of the two handicapped runs of each individual skier will be used to determine the fastest three racers for each
   competition. Categories include: fastest male skier, fastest female skier, fastest male snowboarder, and fastest female
   snowboarder. Racers will also score in the NASTAR system and possibly win a NASTAR medal. All announced results are
   final.

   Race Day Check-In:
   28 Jan at Mountain House Silverthorne Room from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Each individual and team member must check in and sign
   for their race bib. Bibs must be returned to Racing Staff at the Hospitality tent prior to the Awards Ceremony unless the racer is
   using the same number for Saturday races.
   Race Times:
   Skiers Only: 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.                        Snowboarders Only: noon-1:00 p.m.

   Race Location:
   Slope: Flying Dutchman, NASTAR Course, Ski lift: River Run gondola or the Peru Express connecting with the Montezuma lift.

   Awards Ceremony:
   First-, second-, and third-place trophies will be presented at the Hospitality Tent at 3:15 p.m.




Races – Saturday, 29 Jan 11: All participants must wear a helmet. Open division races are handicapped by
age and gender.

   Teen
   Eligibility: All family members between the ages of 13 – 16 years old of eligible ID card holders may compete for the teen
   awards. Participants may compete in both ski and snowboard races but must race during the scheduled times. Participants must
   provide their own lift ticket.

   Youth
   Eligibility: All family members between 3 and 12 years old of eligible ID card holders may compete for the youth awards.
   Participants must be able to complete the course without adult assistance. There are two youth categories: 3-8yrs and 9-12yrs.
   Participants may compete in both ski and snowboard races but must race during the scheduled times. Participants must provide
   their own lift ticket.

   Open
   Eligibility: All eligible ID card holders 17 years old or older may compete for the Open awards. Participants may compete in
   both ski and snowboard races but must race during the scheduled times. Participants must provide their own lift ticket

   Scoring:
   The faster of the two handicapped runs of each individual skier will be used to determine the fastest three racers for each
   competition. Racers will also score in the NASTAR system and possibly win a NASTAR medal. All announced results are final.

   Race Day Check-In:
   29 Jan at Mountain House Silverthorne Room from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Each individual and team member must check in and sign
   for their race bib. Bibs may be returned to Racing Staff at the Hospitality tent prior to the Awards Ceremony.

   Race Times:
   Skiers Only: 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.                        Snowboarders Only: noon-1:00 p.m.

   Race Location:
   Slope: Flying Dutchman, NASTAR Course, Ski lift: River Run gondola or the Peru Express connecting with the Montezuma lift.

   Awards Ceremony:
   First-, second-, and third-place trophies will be presented at the Hospitality Tent at 3:00 p.m. for each competition both male &
   female.

				
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