U19/U21/SR Schedule & Results

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Below we provide the links for Race Registration, the current schedule and results. Quick links below:

Race Registration

Click here for: U.S. Ski &Snowboard Alpine Entry Card (U.S. Ski & Snowboardonly, not FIS)

Click here if you need:  Credit Card Authorization form (for FIS events registered through the Far West Office)

Register for Races at AdminSkiRacing.com

Register for Races at

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Help me Register

Looking for some help with registering for a race? Click here to visit the FAQ page on race registration.

Selected FIS athletes will have 72 hours to accept their selection and remit registration paperwork and payment. Payment is validation of entry. See the Far West Policies and Procedures for complete information regarding the payment and refund policy.

Entry Fees for 2018/2019: 

These are fixed entry fees and have been updated for the 2018/2019 season.

US Ski and Snowboard Events Price per Start
SL and GS $40
SG and DH $47
Training Fee $33
Late Fee $20
FIS Events Price per Start
FIS Tech Entry $48
FIS Speed Entry $52
FIS Speed Training $40

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Race Schedule & Results

U19 and Older Race Schedule & Results for 2018-2019 Season

Race Date Location Discipline Series Class Announcements Results
December 7, 2018 Mammoth 2 SL.2GS Open U14+    
December 8, 2018  
December 9, 2018  
December 10, 2018  
Make up dates for the opening tech event listed above: December 14-17, 2018
December 15-18, 2019  Snow King/ Alyeska 3 SL.2 GS WR FIS U19+    
Quota  Points List   
December 29, 2018 Auburn Ski Club 2 Night SL Open U16+    
December 30, 2018    
January 4, 2019 Mammoth 1 GS.2 SL Open U16+

 

 

 
January 5, 2019  
January 6, 2019  
Jan 10-15, 2019 Big Sky 2 SL.2GS WR Elite FIS U19+

 

 
Quota  Points List   
January 25, 2019 Squaw Valley 1 SL Open U16+    
January 26, 2019 2 GS  
January 27, 2019  
Jan 29 - Feb 3, 19

 

Schweitzer 2 DH. 2 SG WR FIS U19+    
Quota 35M.35W Points List   

February 23-26, 2019
 

Park City & Snowbird 2SL.2GS WR Elite FIS  U19+    
Quota   Points List   
Febr 23, 2019 Alpine Meadows 3 SG Open U16+

 

 
Febr 24, 2019  
Febr 25, 2019          
March 9, 2019 Northstar 1SL.1GS Open U16+    
March 10, 2019  
March 12-17, 2019 Alpine Meadows 2 SL.2 GS.
2 SG
WR JR Champs U19+    
Quota 26W.28M Points List   
March 19-22, 2019 Northstar 3SL.2GS WR FIS U19+    
Quota Points List   
March 29, 2019 Northstar 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 8-11, 2019
 
Mammoth DH TR. DH WR FIS U19+    
Quota   35M.35W Points List   
April 8-11, 2019 Mammoth DH TR.DH Open U16+    
April 12-17, 2019
 
Mammoth SL.GS.SG WR FIS Elite U19+    
Quota  Points List     
April 20, 2019       Mammoth 3 SG* Open U14+    
April 21, 2019  
April 22-23, 2019 Mammoth DH TR Open U16+    
April 24, 2019 3 DH  
April 25, 2019  
 
* denotes Grand Prix Series Races

 

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U19/U21/SR Specific Announcements

  • all athletes must hold a U.S. Ski & Snowboardand Far West U16+ Competitors License (www.ussa.org to complete both)
  • U16+ Races are run as U.S. Ski & Snowboardsanctioned, scored events
  • WR JR Champs Qualifiers are noted in the schedule above
  • Start order for U16 and older races is based on U.S. Ski & Snowboardpoints, top 15 are a random draw, followed by points order, and a random draw for all 999.99 athletes.
  • 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.
  • Grand Prix Series - notated with an * in the above schedule. 

    This is the qualifying series to the Western Region Jr Champs for U19 and U21 athletes, these races are U.S. Ski & Snowboardevents. For the 2017 season the Grand Prix series will consist 3 weekends of U.S. Ski & Snowboard/Far West events plus the Far West Finals Tech and SG Finals.

    The Grand Prix series is scored for U19’s as a series to qualify for scholarships to be used for the following season. The places are determined by adding up the total World Cup Points earned during ALL the races listed in the Grand Prix series for that season. Each race is scored by separating only the U19 class. Foreign, out of division, current USST and U16 participants in each race are removed and results are sorted by class prior to assigning WCP’s for each race. Athletes must have competed in at least half of the scheduled Grand Prix races in order to qualify for the scholarships.

    Overall Champions from the Grand Prix Series will be awarded the following:

                1st  place – U19 men/women       $600 Scholarship 
                 2018 Recipients: Barrett Calvin and Elle Williams

                2nd place – U19 men/women       $300 Scholarship
                 2018 Recipients: Charlie Regelbrugge and Jillian Ferre

                3rd  place – U19 men/women      $200 Scholarship
                2018 Recipients: Matthew Smallhouse and Jessica Liu

    Grand Prix Standings FINALIZED     Gents   Ladies

 

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Standings and Awards

U.S. Ski & Snowboard Open and Grand Prix Series Races
1st - 3rd, Srs/U21
1st - 3rd, U19
Hard Charger - one per gender per race

WR Jr Champs Standings

Ladies Standings Finalized
Gents Standings Finalized

 

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Western Region JR Championships - March 13-18, 2018, Alpine Meadows

Quota:  Men 24        Ladies 18​

There is open qualifying amongst all U21 and U19’s; no one is protected. Selections will be based on the RSBM as follows:

  1. Up to a six column, double-sided board, with best U.S. Ski & Snowboard race results earned in designated Far West qualifier races by discipline on the left side and the U.S. Ski & Snowboard points from the designated points list by discipline on the right side of the board.
  2. Far West qualifier best U.S. Ski & Snowboard race result will be determined as follows:
    1. Far West Grand Prix Series SL, GS and SG series held in January and February

An athlete will be able to use the best U.S. Ski & Snowboard race results from the contested qualifying races in each discipline.

  1. U.S. Ski & Snowboard race results are determined by adding race points and penalty points.
  2. If there is a tie in any given discipline, the tiebreaking proceeds as follows:
    1. The tied athletes are listed from lowest to highest by their second-best U.S. Ski & Snowboard race result from the tied discipline.
    2. If that does not break the tie, list the tied athletes in order from lowest to highest U.S. Ski & Snowboard points in discipline from the U.S. Ski & Snowboard points lists used for the selection.
  1. The board will be set up from left to right:
    1. Left side – Best U.S. Ski & Snowboard race result earned from the Far West qualifier races in each discipline in order of: SL, GS, SG. A column will not appear if the race series is cancelled.
    2. Right side – points from the U.S. Ski & Snowboard points list in order of: SL, GS, and SG. IF a race series is cancelled for a particular discipline, the U.S. Ski & Snowboard point’s column for that discipline will still appear on the board, with the athletes that were on the start list, if the race series was cancelled on site, and athletes that were registered by the entry deadline if the race series is cancelled in advanced.
  2. An athlete needs to have a valid F number at the time of the event to be included in the best U.S. Ski & Snowboard race results columns. All foreign and out of division athletes will be removed during the board set up
  3. U.S. Ski & Snowboard points from list #11, valid March 1, 2018 will be used
  4. Far West Division will select 90% of the men and women Quotas and hold 10% of the quotas (men and women) slots in reserve for discretionary selection. If no discretionary spots are used, the next alternates will be placed in these spots. To be selected by the U21/U19 Discretionary/Development Committee of 5, representing different teams.
  5. To appear on the U.S. Ski & Snowboard point’s side in each discipline of the selection board, an athlete must compete in at least one race of each discipline.
  6. Alternate list of 15 men and 15 women.
  7. All athletes, including alternates, must respond by the prescribed deadline listed at www.fwskiing.org with all registration paperwork, mountain liability forms and payment.
  8. These selections will open on March 2, 2018.

For full information please see the Far West Policies and Procedures.

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