Race day preparation begins with the publication of the race announcement. The coaches will send this out to the parents and athletes, detailing who needs to be where, when. Race announcements for U14 and older USSA and FIS races are posted to the regional websites under the calendar tabs.
Tips for Race Day
Race Day Program
Who Puts on a Race?
A lot of work goes into staging a race, much of which happens off the hill before race day. Calendars are set, agreements are made between sites and USSA, seeding lists are created, start lists, team captains’ meetings, score boards, bib allotments and so on. Staff does a lot of this, but volunteers are a vital part of the organization – parents like you! Without volunteer support, there would be no ski racing.
Below is a list of positions involved in hosting a ski race:
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