ASD HS Upcoming Race Details

Service Snowball

Where: Service High School

Start:  Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, 11am

Course Map: Service Snowball 2019

Host: Service

Race and Venue Details

Service High School
FREESTYLE

Qualifying Loop: 2.7km
Heats: .9km

Start List & Start Times

Qualifying Race: 2 skiers every 20 seconds: 2 laps around 1 km loop. 

Boys A & Boys B
3 minute hold
Girls A & Girls B
3 minute hold
Boys C, Boys D & Boys Open
3 minute hold
Girls C, Girls D & Girls Open 

Qualifying race ends around 12:30 PM

Top 30 boys and girls qualify for the sprint brackets from A, B, C, D teams

Sprint Brackets
Start 13:00 PM
Boys quarterfinal 1 – 13:00
Boys quarterfinal 2 – 13:03
Boys quarterfinal 3 – 13:06
Boys quarterfinal 4 – 13:09
Boys quarterfinal 5 – 13:12
Girls quarterfinal 1 – 13:15
Girls quarterfinal 2  – 13:18
Girls quarterfinal 3 – 13:21
Girls quarterfinal 4 – 13:24
Girls quarterfinal 5 – 13:27
Boys semifinal 1 – 13:30
Boys semifinal 2 – 13:33
Girls semifinal 1 – 13:36
Girls semifinal 2 – 13:39
Boys B final – 13:45
Boys A final – 13:50
Girls B final – 13:55
Girls A final – 14:00

Start times are subject to change

Facilities

Teams will have access to the Service High School Auxiliary Gym. Everyone is responsible for cleaning their area and please bring garbage bags. Please be respectful of other teams.

Lost & Found

Please contact Service High School for lost and found items.

Awards

TBD

Contacts

ASD Race Director: James Hancock, Coordinating Assistant Principal, 907-742-6996, hancock_james@asdk12.org

Group High Ski Team Coach Appointee: Jan Buron (Service High), janburon@gmail.com

Coaches Hosting A Race

Email us race details which includes start times, course maps, course descriptions, and any other information that is important to everyone concerning the race the due the Tuesday BEFORE your race.

Coaches, are you giving out awards? Contact Tim Brabets tim.brabets@gmail.com and let him know Monday BEFORE race.

Volunteer

Give your kid a break and have more fun and stay warmer on race day.  Join the Green Grunts and spend your day supporting the racers.  The “Grunts” meet for breakfast and work together to make the race a great experience for all racers (first to last), families, and coaches.  There is a lot of work to do on the snow and in the woods.  We even have inside jobs before race day.  And the skier in your family may be glad you have something better to do than hover over them as they try to focus for their race.

If this sounds good to you contact Buzz Scher during the next high school race.
Email: Buzz Scher – buzzscher@gmail.com