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Entry Fees for 2018/2019:
These are fixed entry fees and have been updated for the 2018/2019 season.
|Event||Price per start|
|SL, GS and PL||$40|
Race Schedule & Results
|December 7, 2018||Mammoth||2 SL.2GS||Open||U14+||Race Announcement||Boys GIrls SL|
|December 8, 2018||Boys GIrls SL|
|December 9, 2018||Boys GIrls GS|
|December 10, 2018||Boys GIrls GS|
|Make up dates for the opening tech event listed above: December 14-17, 2018|
|January 5, 2019||Squaw Valley||2 GS||Ca Challenge Series
|January 6, 2019|
|January 12, 2019||Bear Valley||1 SL. 1 GS||Central||U10+|
|January 13, 2019|
|January 12, 2019||Snow Summit||2 GS||South||U10+|
|January 13, 2019|
|January 26, 2019||Diamond Peak||2 SL||Ca Challenge Series
|January 27, 2019|
|February 2, 2019||Snow Summit||2 SL||South||U10+|
|February 3, 2019|
|February 9, 2019||Northstar||Dual SL &
|Ca Challenge Series
|February 10, 2019|
|February 9, 2019||Bear Valley||2 GS||Central||U10+|
|February 10, 2019|
|February 9, 2019||Snow Summit||1 SL.1 GS||South||U10+||
|February 10, 2019|
|February 22, 2019||Mt. Rose||SG TR||Ca Challenge Series
|U14||TR run required|
|February 23, 2019||2 SG|
|February 24, 2019|
|March 2, 2019||China Peak||SG TR
|March 3, 2019|
|March 8, 2019||Squaw Valley||SL.GS.
|U 14 Divisional Champs||U14|
|March 9, 2019|
|March 10, 2019|
|March 11, 2019|
|March 16, 2019||Yosemite||2 SL||Central||U10+|
|March 17, 2019|
|March 21-24, 2019||Big Sky, MT||SL.GS.
|WR U14 Champs||U14||Invitation Only
|March 22-24, 2019||Sugar Bowl||SL.GS Development Project||Performance Camp||U12 & U14||Invitation Only|
|March 29, 2019 Men GS
Sugar Bowl SL
|2 SL.2 GS||FW Tech Finals||U14+||
Split Gender Event*
|March 30, 2019
|March 31, 2019
|April 1, 2019
|* split gender example: men run SL at one mountain while ladies are running GS at another mountain on the same day|
|April 17-18, 2019||Mammoth||SG Project||U14 Speed Project||U14||Race Announcement|
|April 19, 2019||Mammoth||SG TR Run||Open||U14+||TR Run Required|
|April 20-21, 2019||Mammoth||3 SG||FW SG Finals||U14+||Race Announcement|
U14 Specific Announcements
- all athletes must hold a U.S. Ski and Snowboard and Far West U14 Competitors License (www.usskiandsnowboard.org to complete both)
- U14 Races (YOB 05-06) are run as U.S. Ski and Snowboard sanctioned, scored, events. Start lists are based on U.S. Ski & Snowboard points, top 15 are a random draw, followed by points order, and a random draw for all 999.99 athletes.
SG training runs may be run in team order.
- 2nd run is in bibbo order for the top 30, followed by athletes fastest to slowest. Athletes that DNF or DSQ in the 1st run will be allowed to take a 2nd run immediately following the final qualified competitor, unless decided upon by the jury at least one hour prior to the start of the race that post runs will not be allowed.
- The California Challenge Series is the qualifying series to the U14 Regional Championships
- Open Series start opportunities: December Tech Block, Far West Tech Finals and the Far West SG Finals.
Standings and Awards
Over Season standings for the California Challenge Series, combining all 8 races, is awarded 1st-10th place
2018 U14 Standings
U14 Team Cup: contested at the Dual Slalom event
U14 Western Region Jr Championships –March 2019 Big Sky, MT
Quota Boys 18 and Girls 20
Travel and Check in Day
For U14 athletes to participate in the Far West selection procedures (California Challenge Series) they must hold a U14 Alpine Competitor Membership. Foreign Athletes:For “X” numbered athletes to participate in selection procedures they must hold a Far West Foreign U14 Alpine Competitor membership, petition to the U14 Age Class Chair and Far West ACC Chair prior to the first qualifying series event and follow all Far West rules and regulations. A maximum of 2 “X” number per gender, will be allowed per season. Once the maximum number of X number athletes is selected, each consecutive X number athlete within the selection criteria will be skipped.
The quota is filled using “World Cup Points” (WCP) (see Rules Governing Far West Competitors Section of this document), scored in the U14 Jr Championships qualifying, California Challenge Series. There are four weekends contesting SL, GS, Dual SL and SG. Each competitor’s top five WCP scores from the eight qualifying races count, regardless of discipline. If any of the qualifiers are canceled, one half of the races are scored (odd numbers are rounded up). In special circumstances, a one run race may be scored for Jr Championship qualifying purposes, if approved by the team captains at the event. In the event of a tie, the athlete’s best result using WCPs is used even if that was previously applied in their original qualifying score.
Racer A: 100, 80,60,50,50
Racer B: 80, 80,80,50,50
In the example above both athletes have a best of 5 total of 340 points. Racer A would be the higher rank due to the higher WCP finish. If a tie still exists, the next athlete selected will be the racer with the next best WCP score and so on until the tie is broken in any of the U14 Series events.
Once finalized selections are announced, athletes will have 72 hours to respond and submit payment.
U14/U12 Performance Camp
North: 14 boys, 14 girls (continuation of the Regional Champs boards)
Central: 3 boys, 3 girls (based on season standings of SL and GS from Central Series)
South: 3 boys, 3 girls (based on season standings of SL and GS from South Series)
Performance camp brings together top performing U14 and U12 athletes from the Far West Division that are not participating in the U14 Regional Championships. The camp objective is to provide athletes the opportunity to improve their skiing skills while introducing athletes and coaches to each other to foster a healthy Far West environment.