Policy Title 9 Race Guidelines, Policies and Rules Policy Objective




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Approved By: Management
Effective Date: September, 2011
Updated: June 2013



Alberta Alpine Ski Association

Policy Title

3.9 Race Guidelines, Policies and Rules


Policy Objective

General Guidelines, Rules and Policies for Alberta Alpine Competitions.


Procedure

Event Planning Guidelines

The following information is to provide operating guidelines for clubs running Alberta Alpine sanctioned events. The purpose of these guidelines is to ensure all events are operated to provincial standards with consistent timelines, budgeting and race quality.



  1. Officials Requirement and Safety

    1. All chiefs involved in a Race Organizing Committee should have completed a minimum of Level II Officials Training.

    2. ROCs may appoint a chief of medical to oversee any incidents, however all ROCs must work with their venue and follow the safety protocols established by those resorts and ski patrol.

    3. Clubs should be proactive in training and mentoring their members through the Race Officials Training Program. All volunteers working “inside the fences” should hold at least their Level 1 officials’ certification and must be General Members of Alberta Alpine.

  2. Race Notice

    1. The draft race notice with the event budget must be submitted to Alberta Alpine six weeks prior to the race. A budget template is available on the Alberta Alpine website

    2. The race notice will be posted on the Alberta Alpine website upon approval of the race notice and budget. Please use the standard race notice template available on the Alberta Alpine website.

  3. Budget Guidelines

    1. The budget for entry fees should be developed with the goal of covering all direct expenses and overheads and may include a small profit for the club (approximately $500 per race day). Sponsorship revenue in cash or value in kind generated by the club does not form part of this calculation and may be used to increase the club’s profit from the race.

    2. It is recognized that ROC costs vary widely depending on the type of event, ski area charges, safety requirements, and other factors. Race entry fees will therefore vary from event to event.

    3. FIS calendaring fees for each calendared codex will be forwarded to the host club for payment. This will be done upon the delivery of this invoice from Alpine Canada and FIS.

    4. Maximum allowable entry fees for each age group are as follows: NGSL $30/day; U12 $30/day; U14 $40/day; U16 Tech $40/day; U16 Speed $50/day; FIS Tech $50/race; FIS Speed $75/race; Official training days should have a minimal fee. Fees do not include the added costs of lift tickets, food or extras. Higher entries for speed events must be related to increased safety.

  4. Prizing

    1. Alberta Alpine will provide medals and ribbons (when applicable) for all Provincial Series races.

    2. Unless secured through sponsorship, the distribution of athlete gifts such as T-shirts and similar items should not be done.

    3. ROC’s are encouraged to apply the resources formerly used for athlete gifts toward reduced entry fees and increased volunteer recognition or social opportunities.

  1. Race Volunteer Commitments

    1. Host clubs are encouraged to utilize as many volunteers as possible from their own club to run their event.

    2. When volunteer/officials are required from other clubs, recruitment procedures should be detailed on the race notice. A mandatory volunteer list or quota from each club is not allowed.

  2. Deposits

    1. Alberta Alpine will collect a single tear down / bib deposit / volunteer commitment fee of $300 from member clubs on behalf of the ROC’s for all events in Alberta. This amount is due no later than October 15th, of the current race season and will be credited to the clubs net of any charges at the end of the race season.

    2. Alberta Alpine will also collect a $1000 damage deposit from all ROC’s using Alberta Alpine bibs, gate panels, banners, photocopiers, and other equipment. This amount is due for all clubs hosting an event no later than October 15th. Cheques will be shredded at the end of the race season once the equipment is returned to Alberta Alpine in good order, the race financial report has been reviewed, and all administrative requirements including the timely receipt of race results have been met.

    3. Bibs are to be sorted in order prior to return and must not be altered with duct tape, magic marker, or by any other means.

    4. ROC’s must provide details of the amount owed by any club or individual with regard to tear down / bib deposit / volunteer commitment fees at the same time as the financial report is submitted to Alberta Alpine.

    5. Missing or damaged gate panels, bibs, banners, etc. should be noted when the equipment is returned. Some wear and tear is normal and ROC’s will not be charged for this. For example: a torn GS panels or a missing bib that had to be cut off an injured athlete will not incur charges, but 10 missing gate panels will.

  3. Race Entry Deadline

    1. The deadline for race entries is 10 days prior to the 1st day of competition for non-FIS events. FIS rules will apply for FIS events.

    2. Minor changes to the entry due to individual athlete illness, injury or similar circumstance are permitted prior to the draw.

    3. Late entries may be accepted at the discretion of the ROC up until the draw but may be subject to a late fee.

  4. Team Captains Meetings

    1. The team captains meeting should be scheduled for the evening prior to the event or the morning of to allow out of town coaches to be in attendance at the meeting.

  5. Results

    1. Race results must be emailed to Alberta Alpine as soon as possible after the race (the same day if possible) to the following email addresses: memberservices@albertaalpine.ca.

    2. Race results must also be uploaded to the ACA Points site and the FIS website (if applicable) within one hour of the completion of the race.

  6. Sponsorship Execution

    1. A representative of the ROC must be in communication with the Alberta Alpine office at least 2 weeks prior to the event to make arrangements to pick up sponsor materials and to discuss specifics of sponsor fulfillment.

    2. Transportation and setup of sponsor materials is the responsibility of the host club.

    3. All sponsor materials must be returned to the AASA office within 2 days following the race.


Competition Policies and Rules

Series/Selection Scoring

Alberta Alpine uses the following scale to rank skiers competing in the Sport Chek Regional Series, Cresa U16, and the Keurig Alberta Cup Series (No series points in U14 or younger):



Finish Position

Series Points

Finish Position

Series Points




Provincial / Zone




Provincial / Zone

1

100 / 50

16

15 / 7.5

2

80 / 40

17

14 / 7

3

60 / 30

18

13 / 6.5

4

50 / 25

19

12 / 6

5

45 / 22.5

20

11 / 5.5

6

40 / 20

21

10 / 5

7

36 / 18

22

9 / 4.5

8

32 / 16

23

8 / 4

9

29 / 14.5

24

7 / 3.5

10

26 / 13

25

6 / 3

11

24 / 12

26

5 / 2.5

12

22 / 11

27

4 / 2

13

20 / 10

28

3 / 1.5

14

18 / 9

29

2 / 1

15

16 / 8

30

1 / 1

In case of a tie both athletes will receive the points for that position and the points for the next position will be unassigned.

Start Positions

  • Entry Level races are seeded in club order, which is determined by random draw.

  • U12 Provincial Series races are seeded by individual random draw.

  • U14 Provincial Series races are seeded by the following process. Athletes will be seeded for the first race of the weekend by national points, with the first 15 randomly drawn. This will be start order for race #1. The start lists for the remaining single run races for the weekend (races #2-#4) will use the sprint format rotation style, so that start positions are equitably assigned over those remaining three races.

  • Sprint races are seeded using a random draw for the first run, and then rotating the start list in subsequent runs so that start positions are equitably assigned over the 4 runs.

  • U16 Provincial Series races are seeded using National points.

  • Regional Series races are seeded using National points.

  • FIS races are seeded using FIS points.

  • The start numbers of the top 15 eligible skiers on the current points list (plus ties if any) will be randomly drawn. The remaining skiers will start in point order, and the start position for skiers with no points will be determined by random draw.

  • The reverse-30 rule will be used for the 2nd run of all two run races regardless of age.

  • Specific seeding rules apply for Para-Alpine athletes. ROC’s should contact Alberta Alpine for details.


Participant Code of Conduct

The Participant Code of Conduct applies to all members of the Alberta Alpine Ski Association including competitors, coaches, parents, and officials. All participants are required to observe the following Code of Conduct:



  • Practice safe skiing as described in the Alpine Responsibility Code and ICR.

  • Respect competition and training rules established by the FIS, Alpine Canada Alpin, Alberta Alpine, and Race Organizing Committees.

  • Represent Alpine Skiing in a manner that respects the principles of Fair Play and reflects positively on our sport.

  • Recognize contributions being made by volunteers, sponsors, clubs, ski areas and other supportive groups or individuals.

  • Take full responsibility for his/her actions while participating in alpine skiing and related events

  • Pay all fees due to their clubs or to AASA in a timely manner.

  • Refrain from any act of dishonesty.

  • Respect Alberta Alpine’s Smoke Free policy and refrain from the use of any tobacco product at any Alberta Alpine event.

  • Abstain from the consumption of alcohol during the course of any Alberta Alpine event, unless permitted by law.

  • Refrain from the use or possession of performance enhancing substances which are restricted by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, the FIS, or the World Anti-Doping Agency.

  • Refrain from any form of harassment.

  • Participants will not commit an indictable offence under applicable Federal, Provincial or State law.

  • Athletes are also required to satisfy Alberta Alpine Policy 3.2, Athlete Code of Conduct.


Sanctions

  • The Race Jury may sanction a participant during official training or competition.

  • Alberta Alpine clubs have the authority to sanction their own members.

  • Alberta Alpine has the authority to sanction a participant who is participating on Alberta quota, at limited quota events, but not a member of the Alberta Ski Team.


Appeal of Sanctions

  • Any participant may appeal a sanction imposed on him/her by Alberta Alpine or a Race Organizing Committee by submitting a written appeal to the Alberta Alpine Appeals Committee (via AASA President) within three days of the imposition of the sanction.

Canada West Ski Areas Association may sanction a participant for breach of the Participant Code of Conduct and/or the following infractions:

• Jumping off chair lifts at any point before or past the unload point

• Wilfully swinging or bouncing chairs or other carriers

• Leaving the defined track on a T-bar or other surface lifts

• Swearing and foul language

• Verbal or physical abuse of resort area staff

• Disregard for other resort users peaceful enjoyment of the facilities

Sanctions of participant may consist of the following measures:

• Restricted from using the lift facilities, but will be free to hike to the start

• Restricted from the resort and facilities

• Disqualified from the competition

• Restricted from the resort hotel

Drug Free Sport

Alberta Alpine fully supports drug free sport and the policies of the F.I.S., the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). Competitors at the national or international level may therefore be subject to, in or out of competition, testing for performance enhancing substances.

Coaches and competitors are encouraged to consult the following web sites to familiarize themselves with the most current policies and procedures:


  • FIS www.fis-ski.com

  • CCES www.cces.ca

  • WADA www.wada-ama.org


Entry Level Programs
ALPINE INSURANCE NANCY GREENE SKI LEAGUE/U12 RACE SERIES

Who: Competitors aged 4 to 11 (as of December 31st of the current year).

AIM 2: Skier Essentials – Learn to Train

Where: Club, Zone, Provincial



Introduction

The Nancy Greene Ski League is a national program, inaugurated shortly after Nancy Greene Raine’s Gold Medal win at the 1968 Grenoble Olympic Winter Games. Since then, the program has been successful in introducing thousands of children to alpine skiing. Many of Canada’s top international skiers received their early training in Nancy Greene Ski League programs.

The program introduces children to basic ski techniques and skills, basic safety rules, and teamwork. Enjoyment of the sport and the mountain environment is also emphasized. The program is aligned with the Skier Essentials and Learn to Train phases of the Long Term Skier Development Model (AIM 2 Win), and the Husky Snow Stars Skill Achievements Program.

The Nancy Greene Ski League also introduces children to competition. These events, held at the club, zone, and provincial level, provide young skiers the opportunity to test the skills they have learned in the program in a fun and friendly environment. The emphasis in competition is placed on individual progress, team results, camaraderie, and fair play.



Entry Level programming and competition is considered all programming for athletes aged 4-11 years of age. There are two primary age categories U12 (10-11 year olds) and U10 (4-9 years old), however additional age categories can be used for awards at events (U8, U6). We are excited that all of the events for these age groups will be supported by Alpine Insurance.
The 2012-13 season saw some significant changes to how we organize our entry level programs. First there is there was a change in the age groups from the old E1, E2 to the new U12, U10 age groups. The second significant change was the re organization of clubs into 3 distinct divisions. This is to assist in ensuring there is proper athlete management; by limiting the number of starts and allowing for an increased amount of time training and developing skill. This will also ensure that a good number of athletes are present for each calendared event, to help with race quality and allow for ROCs to plan for their events by knowing which clubs will be involved (each division’s clubs listed below).
Competitions
There are two levels of competition, U12 Provincial Races and Divisional Races.


  • U12 Provincial Races are only for athletes aged 10 and 11 from all clubs in Alberta. There will be three events on the calendar that will use KK, stubby SL and GS as their race formats. The goal of this race series is to prepare these ski races for their future in U14 racing.

    • Events (tentative): Jasper, Red Deer, Norquay.




  • Divisional Races are for both the U12 and U10 age categories. Clubs should only race at events that are hosted within their division. However, if an event is undersubscribed the ROC can open the entry up to outside clubs 10 days before the first team captains meeting. This will help with ensuring that events have the numbers to be successful. The divisional system will help with the athletic management of our young skiers and event quality. There will be 4-8 competition days planned for each division, depending on division size and geography.



Divisions
Clubs have been assigned to one of three different divisions based on geographical location and registered entry level numbers in that area. U12 athletes can participate in both the U12 Provincial events and their club’s divisional races. Divisional events will be on the official Alberta Alpine competition calendar.


  • North Division

    • Clubs: Cold Lake, Drumheller, ESC, Fort McMurray, Nitehawk, Parkland, Rabbit Hill, Red Deer, Snow Valley, Sunridge, Valley.

    • Events (tentative): ESC, Sunridge, Snow Valley, JJO, Rabbit.




  • South Division

    • Clubs: Snoflyers, COP, Elkwater, Mount Allan, Skimeisters, Sunshine, Westcastle.

    • Events (tentative): Sunshine Invitational, Reitbauer, Castle Terrain Event.




  • Mountain Division

    • Clubs: Bow Valley Quickies, Jasper, Lake Louise, Black Dogs, Team Panorama, Team Panorama West.

    • Events (tentative): Doug Meyer, Bow Valley Challenge, Putnam Invitational.


Club Programming
Clubs have the most important role in Entry Level programming. These are the essential years in providing an environment to enhance the skill development of our young ski racers. The change in age groups and the limitation of the number of starts within each division should be used to help provide maximum time for our skiers to learn skills and develop a love for the sport. Please refer to the Alberta Alpine Club Program Guidelines or the Alpine Canada Alpin AIM 2 WIN for more details on program information for these age groups. Clubs are still welcome to host club events or inter club challenges; however these will not be calendared on the Alberta Alpine website.

Standards

  • Each participant must be a member in good standing of an Alberta Alpine Club and registered member of the Alberta Alpine Nancy Greene Ski League.

  • Each coach must be a member in good standing of the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation or the Canadian Ski Instructor’s Alliance.

  • Races and events must be sanctioned by Alberta Alpine and Alpine Canada Alpin.

  • Clubs are expected to be proactive in coach education and to work with Alberta Alpine to up-skill their coaching staffs. This includes providing coaching mentorship for coaches working toward full CSCF certification as Entry Level Coaches.

  • Athletes aged 12 (as of December 31st of the current year) may be given the option to participate in Nancy Greene Ski League/U12 programs based on developmental needs. These athletes may not be eligible to compete in certain events, nor be eligible for awards based on the discretion of Race Organizing Committees. Clubs may seek approval for extended involvement in Nancy Greene Ski League programs through the Athletic Director, brett@albertaalpine.ca.


Important Race and Event Rules

This is a partial list; details of the rules for Alpine Ski Racing are detailed in the ICR.

Please see: http://www.fis-ski.com for further information, or contact the Alberta Alpine office.



  1. The ICR Children’s rules, Alpine Canada Alpin guidelines, and the Alberta Alpine NGSL Race & Event Rules govern Nancy Greene Ski League events in Alberta.

  2. The use of crash helmets is compulsory for all events. Helmets used must be specifically designed and manufactured for Alpine Ski Racing.

  3. The use of crash helmets is strongly recommended for all coaches and volunteers.

  4. The use of mouth protection and back protectors specifically designed for Alpine Ski racing is strongly recommended for all competitors.

  5. Speed suits are permitted at all NGSL Division and U12 events.

  6. NGSL races are seeded in club order, which is determined by random draw. U12 races are seeded by individual, which is determined by random draw. Please refer to the Alberta Alpine event guidelines for specific details.

  7. The host club, in conjunction with Alberta Alpine, will decide the maximum quota of racers from visiting teams if venue capacity is an issue.

  8. All racers must be accompanied by a certified coach / instructor during course inspection.

  9. The Team Captain’s Meeting should be held the night before, or the morning of the first day of racing.

  10. Awards should be within one hour of the end of the race and should last less than 30 minutes. Award categories are determined by the host club, but U12, U10, U8, U6 are recommended.

SNOW STARS PROGRAM

Who: Competitors aged 4 to 13 (as of December 31st of the current year)

AIM 2: Skier Essentials – Learn to Train

Where: Clubs and Ski Areas



Introduction

Snow Stars, Alpine Canada’s skill development program for young skiers, will guide children, parents and coaches through the appropriate skill progression. The goal of Snow Stars is to provide a solid foundation and knowledge base – physical, technical, tactical, and mental – to build children’s athletic abilities.

The Snow Stars Program consists of seven levels, which prioritize key skills that children need to progress from beginner to advanced levels of ski racing. Each level is a guide for the coach to design a training plan that ensures competency in fundamental motor skills and fundamental skiing skills. Children will also learn about ski safety, cooperation, independence, listening skills, self-confidence, goal-setting, group/peer learning and task focused activities.

Further information about the Snow Stars Program can be found in the Snow Stars Parents and Coaches Manual and from your program Head Coach.



KINDER PROGRAMS

Who: Competitors aged 12 to 15 (as of December 31st of the current year)

Skill Level: Long Term Skier Development - Learn to Train / Learn to Race

Where: Provincial - National



Standards

  • Each competitor must be a member in good standing of an Alberta Alpine club and registered with Alberta Alpine for a National Competitor Card.

  • Each coach must be a member in good standing of the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation (CSCF) or the Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance. A minimum of Development (Level 2) coach certification is recommended for each club’s U14 and U16 Head Coaches.

  • Course Setters should be at least CSCF Level 2 certified or CSCF Development Level trained in order to set at the U16 level. Course setters will be determined by AASA management and the appropriate ASCC age group representative. Mentor coaches are available for those coaches with lesser experience.

  • Competitions must be sanctioned by Alberta Alpine and Alpine Canada Alpin and conform to the Kinder standards of the International Competition Rules (ICR) and the Alpine Canada Alpin policies.

  • The use of crash helmets is compulsory for all events. Helmets used must be specifically designed and manufactured for Alpine Ski Racing.

  • The use of crash helmets is strongly recommended for coaches and volunteers.

  • The use of mouth guards and back protectors specifically designed for Alpine Ski Racing is strongly recommended for all competitors.

  • Competitors’ equipment must conform to Alpine Canada Alpin National Equipment Rules. ACA does not specify any restrictions regarding ski length and radius for national events. Physical development, ability and skills must be considered for equipment.

  • Athletes competing in FIS events (Whistler Cup etc) must compete on equipment which complies with FIS rules.

  • The age standards allow athletes to remain in U14 for an extra season when it is indicated by their athletic development. Junior age athletes who are not racing FIS on a full time basis may compete in U16 events. If there are sufficient entries the Race Organizers may also award prizes in the junior category.

  • More detail on competition rules can be accessed at www.fisski.com



FIDELITY INVESTMENTS U14 CUP PROVINCIAL RACE SERIES

Who: Competitors aged 12 and 13 (as of December 31st of the current year)

Skill Level: Alpine Integration Model, Learn to Train

Where: Provincial and Inter Provincial


Introduction

The U14 Series is a provincial program intended to progress young skiers from the Learn to Train to the Learn to Race stages of skill development. The program provides a competitive series for 12 and 13 year old skiers, which allows them to test their skills against their peers at a provincial level.


The U14 program also develops ski specific physical and mental skills, and continues to develop the technical skills learned in the Nancy Greene Ski League. The Snow Stars program is an excellent teaching tool, and clubs should pursue the goal of having a high percentage of U14 skiers achieve Level 7.
Provincial Awards

  • There will not be series points awarded for the U14 series.

  • The top 10 athletes will be recognized in each event.

  • A Championship Award will be presented to a men’s and ladies overall winner based on the combined results at the U14 Provincial Finals.

Note: U14 Western Championships is a limited entry event; please refer to the Limited Quota Competition Policy for selection details.

Calendar Updates: Any changes to the U14 Calendar will posted on the calendar section of the website.

CRESA U16 CUP PROVINCIAL RACE SERIES

Who: Competitors aged 14 and 15 (as of December 31st of the current year)

Skill Level: Alpine Integration Model, Learn to Race

Where: Provincial and National


Introduction

The U16 Series is a provincial program which is intended to refine the skills required to perform at the Learn to Race stage and to prepare the athlete for more intensive training and competition at the junior level. The program provides a competitive series for 14 and 15 year old skiers, which allows them to test their skills against their peers at a provincial level.


The U16 program also develops ski specific physical and mental skills and continues to develop the athlete’s technical and tactical skills.
Provincial Awards

  • The total of the competitor’s points earned in all series races will determine his / her placing in the Provincial Series and the top three male and female Provincial Series point holders will receive awards. Please note the Super Combined races will not count in the series points.

  • The top 10 athletes will be recognized in each event.

  • In the event of a tie in a race or a series final, both racers will receive the points and awards for the tied position. The position following the tie will be unassigned.


Note: U16 Can-Am Championship and the Whistler Cup are limited entry events; please refer to the Limited Quota Competition Policy.

Calendar Updates: Any changes to the U16 Calendar will posted on the calendar section of the website.
Sport Chek Regional Series

Who: Competitors aged 12 to 20 (as of December 31st of the current year)

Skill Level: Alpine Integration Model, Learn to Train and Learn to Race

Where: North Zone


Introduction

The Regional Series is a zone-based program intended to assist athletes in the transition from the Learn to Train stage of skill development to the Learn to Race stage. Another goal of the program is to provide a competitive series for 12 to 20 year old skiers, which requires less travel and time commitment than the Provincial U14 and U16 series.


The Regional Series program should also introduce children to ski specific mental and physical training, and continue to develop the technical skills learned in the Nancy Greene Ski League.
Standards

  • Competitors must be a member in good standing of an Alberta Alpine club and must have purchased a national competitor card.

  • Each coach must be a member in good standing of the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation or the Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance.

  • Competitions must be sanctioned by Alberta Alpine and Alpine Canada Alpin.

  • Separate prize categories will be awarded for U14 and U16. If there are sufficient entries the Race Organizers may also award prizes in the Junior category.

  • The use of crash helmets is compulsory for all events. Helmets used must be specifically designed and manufactured for Alpine Ski Racing.

  • The use of mouth protection and back protectors specifically designed for Alpine Ski Racing is strongly recommended for all competitors.

  • The use of crash helmets is strongly recommended for all coaches and volunteers

  • All registered athletes are eligible to receive awards during the regular series. Any athletes placed in the top 15 of the U14 or U16 provincial series rankings during the current season are not eligible for awards at the series finals.


Junior Programs

Keurig Alberta Cup Provincial FIS Race Series

Who: A FIS race series for athletes aged 16 and older (as of December 31st of the current year)

AIM: Learn to Race - Train to Race

Where: Alberta and British Columbia



Introduction

The Keurig Alberta Cup Series offers high quality racing and development opportunities for those athletes aspiring to the highest levels of our sport. Training programs provide a progression from the Learn to Race - Train to Race phases of the Long Term Skier Development Model (AIM 2 Win) and offer intensive technical, tactical, physical, and mental training in order to prepare athletes to compete at this level.



Standards

• Competitors must be registered with the Federation Internationale de Ski (FIS).

• Each coach must be a member in good standing of the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation (CSCF), a minimum of Performance (Level 3) coach certification is recommended for the Head FIS Coach in each club.

• All aspects of the competition and competitors’ equipment must conform to the International Ski Competition Rules (ICR). For more information consult the rules and publications section at http://www.fis-ski.com.



Series Awards

• The awards for each race will include medals for the following:



  • Top three male and female competitors overall

  • Top three male and female U18 competitors

  • Most improved male and female competitors

• In the event of a tie in a race or a series final, both racers will receive the points and awards for the tied position. The position following the tie will be unassigned.

    • The Alberta Cup Series is based on the competitors’ results from all series races.



Masters Racing
Who: Athletes aged 21 and older (as of December 31st of the current year)

Aim 2: Skiing For Life

Where: Provincial / National
Introduction

Masters Racing provides an opportunity for adult skiers to enjoy technical improvement, physical fitness, and friendly competition through their life-long passion for skiing.



Standards

• Competitors must be members in good standing with an Alberta Alpine club and must have purchased a National Competitor Card Membership.

• Competitions must be sanctioned by Alberta Alpine and Alpine Canada Alpin.

• The use of crash helmets is compulsory for all events. Helmets used shall be specifically designed and manufactured for Alpine Ski Racing.

• Please consult the calendar page on this website for Masters Racing opportunities.

Scope

All Alberta Alpine sanctioned competitions and events.


Related Policies

Out of Category, Limited Quota Competition


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