U10/U12 Schedule & Results

Entry Fees for 2023/2024

These are fixed entry fees.

Event Price Per Start
SL.GS.PL $35
SG $40
Speed Training $30
Late Fee $40 per race

U10 Specific Announcements

  • All athletes must hold a valid U.S. Ski & Snowboardand Far West U10 Competitors License (www.usskiandsnowboard.org to complete both)
  • U10 (YOB ’14-’15 and younger) Races are run as U.S. Ski & Snowboard sanctioned, non-scored events and split between North (Tahoe, Mammoth, Shasta, Mt. Ashland, Northern Nevada), Central (Western Slope of the Sierra) and South Series (Southern California and Southern Nevada)
  • U10’s will utilize a Team Start order, to be linked here by December 15th. A new team draw will take place for the Championships.
  • All U10 competitors are allowed to start the second run in their starting spot, including those that did not finish (DNF) or were disqualified (DSQ) in their first run.
  • U10 Championships will consist of 1 Slalom, 1 GS, 1 one run Big GS with Skills Quest.
  • NEW 2021 season  U12 and Under athletes are only allowed the use of one pair of skis within the race arena, which is defined as the area between the fences and including the start and finish areas.
  • NEW 2021 season Fluorinated wax is not allowed at any US Ski and Snowboard competitions for any age group. No wax benches are allowed in the U14 and younger race arena. Application of wax is not allowed at the U14 and under competition venue, which is defined as the ski resort property.

U12 Specific Announcements

  • All athletes must hold a valid U.S. Ski & Snowboardand Far West U12 Competitors License (www.usskiandsnowboard.org to complete both)
  • U12 (YOB ’12-’13) Races are run as U.S. Ski & Snowboard sanctioned, non-scored events and split between North(tahoe, Mammoth, Shasta, Mt. Ashland, Northern Nevada), Central (Western Slope of the Sierra) and South Series (Southern California and Southern Nevada)
  • U12 start order will be a random draw for the first run, second run will be in reverse order. Day two will start with the reverse order and second run will return to the original start order, ie ABBA order. SG training run will be in team order with a seperate random order per race.
  • All U12 competitors are allowed to start the second run in their starting spot, including those that did not finish (DNF) or were disqualified (DSQ) in their first run.
  • U12 Skills Quest will be run on the SG training day during the North Series SG weekend
  • U12 Championships will consist of SG Training Run and SG race, 1 Slalom, 1 GS, 1 Parallel with Team Event
  • NEW 2021 season  U12 and Under athletes are only allowed the use of one pair of skis within the race arena, which is defined as the area between the fences and including the start and finish areas.
  • NEW 2021 season Fluorinated wax is not allowed at any US Ski and Snowboard competitions for any age group. No wax benches are allowed in the U14 and younger race arena. Application of wax is not allowed at the U14 and under competition venue, which is defined as the ski resort property.
  • U14/U12 Performance Camp brings together top performing athletes from the Far West Division. U12 qualification: top 6 males and top 6 females (North 4M/F, Central 1M/F, South 1 M/F) selected from the U12 season long standings of SL and GS. Programs are required to send coaching staff to work this development project.

U10/U12 Race Schedule & Results 2024

Standings and Awards

North Series: Awarded 1st – 5th place.
Central and South Series: Awarded 1st – 5th place.

North Series U10
Boys- After Race 2
Girls- After Race 2

North Series U12
Boys After Race 1
Girls After Race 1

For the individual overall season awards, U12/U10 series races will be scored by age class using current “World Cup Points”. A racer may win a series award in only one geographic area (North/Central/South). The results from the championships shall be scored separately. All results from the scheduled series races (regardless of discipline) are used to calculate the series awards. A tie is broken by a racer’s best GS “World Cup” score(s), moving to Slalom until the tie is broken. If conditions force the cancelation of a series race, the FWS ACC U12/U10 subcommittee determines and publicizes any necessary changes in scoring.