Race Details:



We will be using a 1.5 K loop with three progressively more challenging hills.  Bill Koch Youth Ski League (BKYSL) first time racers and those under 10 (U10) will ski an abreviated 1 k loop leaving out the last hill.  Parents may ski with their youth.

U12 racers will ski one 1.5 k loop.
U14 and citizen racers racers will ski two loops for 3 k.
U16 will ski 3 loops for 4.5 k.
All others including seniors and masters ski 5 loops for 7.5 k.

Start Times and Start Format

Rolling start format for racer distancing. Bill Koch and citizen try-it racers have a rolling start beginning at 9:00 am and ending at 9:20 am. Masters/seniors rolling start beginning at 9:30 am and ending at 10:00 am, junior boys and girls rolling start beginning at 10:30 am and ending at 11:00 am.  Racers of each class (Bill Koch, citizen try-it, junior, senior, and masters) can ski up to the line, make sure you have the timer's attention, and begin any time within the 30 minute window listed above.

Lodge/Facility Policy

The Lodge and Yurt are closed. There are outdoor portable toilets and there are restrooms under the Pavilion.
All persons using public bathrooms or portable toilets need to use hand sanitizer before and after use.  Tables with sanitizer will be available.
We discourage waxing and congregating on site.  Competitors arrive, sign in AND hand in completed COVID screening form, warm up, and cross the start line with mask when they are ready and have the attention of the starter/timer.  You may ski without your mask, but don their mask upon finishing, and go home.  You may ski a cool down loop as long as you are respectful of racers still on the course.  
No congregating at the finish.

On-line Registration Only: open until 5 PM on Saturday, January 9.  There is NO day of race registration.

Bring your NYSSRA season assigned bib AND the completed COVID screening form.
If you do not have a bib we will have a limited number of cloth bibs under the open pavilion beginning at 8:15 am.
All racers must sign in and drop off their completed COVID screening form under the open pavilion before warming up (as early as 8:15 am.)

Awards and Spectators

Results will be posted as soon as we can on NYSSRA site and https://www.shennordic.org/events.  
There will be no awards ceremony this year.  We will mail your masters class ribbon or first/second/third category award by USPS at a later date.
No spectators are allowed at the venue.

Non NYSSRA members are an additional $5.  Join NYSSRA Nordic Online now. https://www.skireg.com/nyssra-nordic-membership--110

Bring Your NYSSRA Bib 


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