NEW HAMPSHIRE ALPINE RACING ASSOCIATION 2014 - nhara

NEW HAMPSHIRE
ALPINE RACING ASSOCIATION
2014 - 2015
www.nhalpine.org
On behalf of the NHARA Board of Trustees, I’d like to welcome you
all to the 2014-2015 competition season. As we watch the color of the
leaves turn from bright reds and yellows to brown, we are reminded
that snow in the mountains is not far behind. Fall provides us with the
transition period so necessary to move from the warmth of summer
to the colder temperatures that are just around the corner. As New
Hampshire ski areas prepare for the first snow and the arrival of skiers psyched
to make first tracks, let’s hope for snow early and and often!
If you are a U14 or a U16, chances are you’ve been paying close attention to the
proposed ski dimension changes introduced by the FIS for this coming season. As
stated by USSA, these standards were created in cooperation with representatives
from the ski industry to progress athletes gradually from U14 to U18 standards.
However, these new skis are not widely available everywhere in the country. A
statement has been issued by USSA stating that U16 and U14 athletes may use
the equipment of their choice in 2014/2015, EXCEPT for athletes competing at the
U16 National Championship and Assessment Project, where the standards in the
matrix must be adhered to. In addition, any athletes participating in NTG (National
training Group) projects in Europe will also be expected to use skis conforming
to these standards. The alpine equipment guide may be viewed at: http://alpine.
usskiteam.com/alpine-programs/athletes/rules
There has been a buzz and a roar around Mittersill Ski Area this summer. If any of
you were hiking or mountain biking in the area, you no doubt heard and saw the
action. Bulldozers were hard at work reclaiming Baron’s Run which will become the
East’s premier Super G and giant slalom hill next season. Following on to this project
next spring will be work to reclaim the Taft slalom hill at Mittersill, install snowmaking
pipe and a new T-Bar. This project is made possible through coordinated efforts from
the Franconia Ski Club, Holderness School and Cannon Mountain which recently
signed an agreement with USSA designating the Mittersill slopes at Cannon an
Official U.S. Ski Team Training site making one of four such sites in the country.
Tiger Shaw, President and CEO of USSA made this announcement at the New
England Ski Ball in Boston earlier this month.
This project will be a game changer for New Hampshire ski racers and ski racers
from around the region who will have the chance to come to Mittersill to train and
race at this world-class venue. We at NHARA are extremely excited about this
new effort and the opportunity that it presents for our New Hampshire athletes
and athletes around the region.
In closing, I would like to wish all the NHARA clubs, athletes, coaches and parents
the best of luck in the coming season. And a big thank you to the New Hampshire
Ski Area Operators for hosting all the events.
Think snow!
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ALL OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS START FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS.
TECNICA AND BLIZZARD ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT THE
NEXT GENERATION OF OLYMPIC HOPEFULS
#TakeYouThere
Gunstock Ski Club U12
Mario Matt
Ski Club Arlberg
Olympic Gold Medalist
GOOD LUCK TO MAXX AND ALL NHARA
ATHLETES IN THE 2014-15 SEASON
B L I Z Z A R D S P O RT U S A . C O M
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Photo: Karen Bobotas
Maxx Parys
NHARA ACKNOWLEDGES THE FOLLOWING RACES IN
MEMORY OF THESE BENEFACTORS AND RACERS
Dan Bean
Peter Bensley
Toni Buttinger
Dan Cardillo
Mike Cote
John DiCarlo
Joe Dodge
Grant Dowse
John Eneguess
Chip Gilroy
Richard Hanson
Pat Harty
Peter Kenney
M. J. LaFoley
Bud Lauridsen
John Minahan
Fred Moore
Cliff Nyquist
Mark Pendoley
Paul Pfosi
Gus Pitou
Josh Russell
John Sanderson
J. Leland Sosman
Robert B. Widener
Jason Wilkie
Werner Zwahlen
Waterville Valley
Ragged Mountain
Gunstock
Waterville Valley
Ragged Mountain
Attitash
Wildcat
Cannon
Crotched Mt.
Mount Sunapee
Pats Peak
Waterville Valley
Cannon
Waterville Valley
Proctor Academy
Bretton Woods
Attitash
Gunstock
Cannon
Waterville Valley
Gunstock
Pats Peak
Pats Peak
Waterville Valley
Waterville Valley
Pats Peak
Loon
NHARA EVENT SPONSORS
NHARA SPONSORS
Artech
Glen Builders
Piche’s
Stan & Dan’s Sports
Bob Skinner’s Ski and Sport
Tecnica USA
The Macomber Family
The LaFoley Family
World Cup Supply
NHARA WHOLEHEARTEDLY SUPPORTS AND WISHES
TO THANK THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS
FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO SKIING
New England Ski Museum
Ski New Hampshire
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NEW HAMPSHIRE ALPINE RACING ASSOCIATION
Vision and Mission Statement
Vision
NHARA’s vision is to create and support opportunities for all level athletes
in their pursuits to reach their highest potential within the sport of alpine
skiing.
Mission
NHARA supports its vision through programs, which facilitate an environment
of education, athleticism, good sportsmanship, fun and a passion for the
sport of skiing.
Goals
NHARA will support its mission by:
Having athletes, coaches, and officials demonstrate the highest level of
good sportsmanship at all times
Encouraging a positive learning environment to build self-confidence and
independence
Providing the opportunity to compete at all levels of ski racing from entry
level to World cup
Providing and supporting educational opportunities to promote professional
coaches at all levels
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
President’s Letter......................................................................... 1
Benefactors, Sponsors & Supporters, Donors............................ 3, 6
Vision and Misson Statement...................................................... 4
Organization & General Information........................................... 7
Board of Trustees & Committees............................................... 8-9
Alpine Officials, Race Jury .........................................................10-11
Coaches’ Council, NHARA Programs.........................................12-13
Alpine Racing in New Hampshire
Age Categories & Opportunities............................................ 14
Membership Requirements...................................................15
Scored Race Schedule - U16, U18, U21, SR........................16
Race Entry Procedures......................................................... 17
Addresses to enter races.......................................................18-19
Directions to Races............................................................... .20-21
Code of Conduct & Racer Responsibility.............................. 22-23
NHARA Review and Appeals Committee.............................. 22
Scored Competition
U16, U18, U21, Senior
Selection Procedures for Seeded Racers...................... 24-25
NHARA Races/Series for Seeded Racers...................... 26-27
NHARA Method Points Scale......................................... 27
Ranking System/Point Correction.................................. 27
U18 , U21, SR Competition Progression........................ 30
NHARA State Teams - Selection Procedures................. 31
U16s and Racers New to NHARA......................................... 28-29
Eastern Region Racing - NHARA Quota Selection .............. 32
Eastern Region FIS Racing - NHARA Quota Selection......... 33,34
Colleges & Prep Schools with Alpine Race Teams................ 35
U16 Program ........................................................................ 36-39
Unscored Competition U16 and Children's Racing..................... 40
Open Race Schedule ........................................................... 41
U14 & U12 Program.............................................................. 42-45
U10 & U8 Program................................................................ 45
High School Racing..................................................................... 46
Masters Racing........................................................................... 47
Financial Support........................................................................ 48-50
Series Results and Teams.2013-2014......................................... 51-55
Directory.................................................................................... 56-61
NHARA Club Officials.................................................................. 62
NHARA Websites........................................................................ 63
Alpine Entry Form........................................................................ 64
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DONORS TO NHARA 2013-2014
Alpine Reg
George Travers
The Packard Family
The Hennessey Family
Steve Howe
Bill Martinson Family
The Carlucci Family
In Memory of Rich Segal
The McDermott Family
Steven Segal
Jim Green
The Sugar Family
Robert B. Craven
Kevin Flannery
Jim Irwin
Bruce Bairstow
Matthew Callewaert
Nicolas Hotermans
Valerie Gilman
Stephen Bryck
Elena Bird
Luke Cuticelli
Sam Damon
Tindell Frick
Zachary Baum
Alicia Bleicher
Assia Eyuboglu
Des Ford
The Henriquez Family
Christopher Gallagher
Harrison Liang
Bob Faigel
Benjamin Merrill
John Felix
Peter Holland
Jay Dunne
The Winslow Family
Ava Pelletier
Carl Wight
William Tappen
Ted Newman, Jr.
Richard Jefferson
Michael Weinstein
Thank you!
We appreciate your support!
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NHARA
GENERAL INFORMATION
The New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association is a voluntary NH corporation
whose purposes are:
1. To promote alpine racing programs in the interests of New Hampshire
competitors.
2. To coordinate NH alpine programs with those of the USSA/Eastern
Division and the Federation Internationale de Ski (FIS).
3. To assist New Hampshire competitors; and encourage others to make
available facilities, financial aid and other support, thus enabling
racers to achieve their full potential including the opportunity to
participate and succeed in State, National and International
competition.
4. To cooperate closely with vital elements of the alpine ski industry in
New Hampshire for the promotion of the sport and for the benefit of
New Hampshire competitors.
5. To cooperate with N.H. Ski Areas.
NHARA is franchised by USSA to administer its programs within New
Hampshire, to wit:
1. To arrange and confirm a suitable race schedule for all levels of
competition.
2. To determine and administer procedures for the selection of racers to fill New Hampshire quotas at major Eastern invitational events.
3. To encourage the growth and development of strong, productive local training programs, which are the foundation of ski racing.
4. To coordinate Eastern and USSA programs with the local training
programs of ski clubs, academies, schools and colleges.
5. To participate in the governance of USSA in administration and
policy making
NHARA is governed by an up to 26 member Board of Trustees, with an
Executive Committee of 9. Trustees are elected annually. The Board
appoints several committee heads to represent the various state interests
in alpine ski racing. The Board meets regularly. Meetings are open to all
members. The NHARA Annual Meeting will be held the first Monday in June
unless otherwise noted on the NHARA website.
NHARA membership is open to anyone with a bona-fide interest in alpine
ski racing in New Hampshire upon payment of annual dues. Members of
the Board of Trustees must also be members of USSA.
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NHARA BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2014-2015
Executive Committee:
President: Dan Marshall
[email protected]
Vice President: Jason Guilbert
[email protected]
Secretary: Bev Oliver
[email protected]
Treasurer: Jeff Brimbecom
[email protected]
Exec.Secretary: Laurie Stevens
[email protected]
CC Chairmen: Eric Price
[email protected]
ACC Chairman: Andrew Gannon
[email protected]
AO Chairman: Ted Newman
[email protected]
CRC Chairman: Gerd Riess
[email protected]
Members At Large: Dave Gregory, Jill Firstbrook, Peter Holland,
Ted Sutton, Bill McQuade, Ivar Dahl
Representatives from:
Children’s Racing Committee Harry Maybee & Mike Workman
Ski New HampshireKris Blomback
Committee Chairpersons:
State Chair
Alpine Officials
Masters
Seed Review
Additional Members:
Bev Oliver
Ted Newman, Jr.
Greg Gill
Bev Oliver
High School Representative
Prep School Representative
College Representative
Adaptive:
Industry Representative
Executive Secretary:
Aaron Loukes
Dave SalathГЁ
Jake Fisher
Jason Lalla
Ben Drummond
Laurie Stevens
Assistant:Bev Oliver
Race Administrators:Laurie Stevens
Handbook:Bev Oliver
Web Site:Jack Iacopino
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NHARA COMMITTEES 2014-2015
Finance Committee: Jeff Brimblecom, Chairman
Gerd Riess, Dan Marshall, Mike Workman, Paul Cremeno,
Peter Holland, Bob Underhill, Jr.
Nominating Committee: Paul Cremeno, Chairman; Gerd Riess
Alpine Competition Committee (ACC): Andrew Gannon, Chairman
U16 Working Group: Tom Barbeau, Josh Bedard, John Tyler,
Eric Price
Bev Oliver, Secretary. One delegate from each NHARA Program
having racers in events scored to the USSA Seed List..
Speed Committee: Peter Stokloza, Chairman
Jim MacMahon, Dave Gregory, Bob Underhill, Jr., Peter Holland,
Andrew Gannon (ACC Chair)
Alpine Officials (AO): Ted Newman, Jr., Chairman
Bob Nevins, Ted Sutton, Jim McCarthy, Peter Holland, Jill Firstbrook,
Mike Cosman, Laurie Stevens, Bill McQuade, Carl Anderson,
Matt Howard
Review/Appeal Committee: Ted Sutton, Chairman
Georg Capaul, Kim Bownes, Gerd Riess, Peter Holland,
Bob Underhill, Jr.
Racer Support Committee: Jason Guilbert, Chairman
Gerd Riess, Jeff Brimblecom, Bev Oliver
Fencing Committee: Jason Guilbert, Chairman
Gerd Riess, Dave Gregory, Jeff Brimblecom
Children’s Racing Committee: Gerd Riess, Chairman
Division Chairmen:
East- Donald Musial
Central: John Osuchowski
North: Mike Cosman
West: Matt Purcell
Coaches' Council: Eric Price, Chairman
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ALPINE OFFICIALS
NHARA administers this USSA program in New Hampshire. A USSA
sanctioned race must be properly supervised to gain recognition and
have the results recorded. It is NHARA’s responsibility to send a Technical
Delegate (TD) to supervise each USSA sanctioned race. The TD and other
officials are impartial “umpires”.
Contact Ted Newman ([email protected]) for information.
The NHARA Alpine Officials Committee sponsors several clinics open
to anyone interested in learning more about organizing or officiating at
ski races. It should be considered a requirement for all race organizers
and crews to attend at least one officials’ clinic each year. We encourage
Officials to join USSA - Official’s Membership/License is $60.00
Benefits:
• Official’s License, Manual and other materials
• The USSA Competition Guide (USSA version of FIS ICR)
• Ski Racing Digital Publication
• Inclusion in USSA Liability Insurance policy
• Secondary Medical Insurance during participation in USSA events
• Participation in clinics and certification programs.
Jury members, Chief of Course, and Course setters MUST be
current members of USSA or the event liability insurance is in
jeopardy.
Sign up early! Background screening, a recent requirement of the liability
insurance carrier, must be complete and not “pending”. This screening
addresses felony convictions, drug & alcohol offenses and offenses
involving improper actions towards children. Personal primary health
insurance is required. It may take as long as two weeks to become a valid
USSA member eligible to be on the Jury, Chief of Course or a Course Setter.
Therefore, you will not be able to join USSA at Race Registration.
Coaches/officials should submit a record of their own activity to Ted
Newman immediately following the end of the season to receive credit
for upgrading.
VOLUNTEERS
Most NHARA races require between 35-40 volunteer workers
to be run safely and efficiently. Speed events require more. Our
member clubs welcome parents and friends who are traveling
from other mountains to volunteer to work at NHARA races.
Volunteers who work a race at another mountain receive a voucher for a
day of free skiing based on the policy of the mountain for race workers.
Sign up on line by visiting www.nhalpine.org/volunteer
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RACE JURY
The Race Jury is charged with making sure that the race is safe, fair and
legal. Service on the Jury is an opportunity to influence the conduct of the
race positively. All members of the Jury must be members of USSA.
RACE JURY: Technical Delegate (TD) Chairman, Referee, Chief of Race. Assistant Referee is added for Speed Events only.
The TECHNICAL DELEGATE is a trained volunteer, assigned by the
NHARA Chairman of Alpine Officials. Final responsibility for all aspects of
the race rests with this person. The other members of the Jury must abide
by his/her decision in matters of safety. All other rulings are by a majority
of the Jury; in case of a tie, the TD’s vote prevails.
The REFEREE’s special responsibilities include:
1. Meet with the Jury before the race.
2. Inspect the course. He has the right to change the course if he judges it to be unsafe or illegal by taking out or adding gates. If he/
she alone inspected the course, his/her decision is final, although the course setter must be informed of any changes.
3. Supervise training.
4. Receive the report of the forerunners and declare that the race may start or not.
5. Observe the race and be ready to interrupt if necessary.
6. Authorize re-runs.
7. Receive reports of the Start Referee, Finish Referee & Chief
Gatekeeper.
8. Check for disqualifications and post on the Official Score Board with the time and his signature.
9. Meet with the Jury to consider protests.
The Referee presents any concerns with the course or other areas to the
Jury. The Race Jury and Team Captains will meet in the Finish area
30 min before the Start of ALL NHARA races This is a USSA mandate
because of insurance. All members of the Jury must respect the decisions
of the Technical Delegate, especially in matters concerning safety. A
dissenting report may be made to the NHARA Review Committee by any
member of NHARA.
All coaches not already certified as a Referee need to attend Referee
Training. The USSA AO Exam for Referees is given each Fall. In addition,
all certified referees must attend an update clinic every other year in order
to retain current certification. The USSA Competition Guide containing the
USSA Rules (similar to the FIS ICR), is available on the USSA Web Site.
A RACE MAY NOT BE SCORED IF ANY MEMBER OF THE JURY IS NOT
A MEMBER OF USSA. This means that the race might not count.
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COACHES COUNCIL
The NHARA Coaches’ Council is dedicated to improving all facets of ski
racing in New Hampshire. Open meetings are held regularly in the fall and
spring and are open to all active New Hampshire coaches. We encourage
all to attend.
The goals of the Coaches’ Council are:
1. To provide an opportunity for all coaches to further their
education through NHARA Programs or through programs
available at a national level through USSA or other professional
organizations.
2. To share experiences and ideas with other coaches for the
benefit of all.
3. To create a positive environment for our athletes to grow and achieve
their goals.
To achieve these goals NHARA provides coaches with a forum for education
and communication and offers financial aid for qualified continuing education
programs.
All coaches must be USSA members as a Professional Coach. There
are other requirements also; see the ussa website for details. All NHARA
coaches must submit a copy of their current USSA Membership Card to
their respective Program Director or Head Coach, who in turn must submit
a list of coaches to the NHARA Executive Secretary, Laurie Stevens. Only
those listed coaches will receive NHARA Coaches Membership Cards giving
them access to race courses.
The Coaches Council meets regularly at the New Hampton School with
all NHARA coaches welcome. The NHARA On Snow Coaches Clinic is
calendared for Bretton Woods December 11-12, 2014. See the NHARA
website for further information.
A schedule of programs responsible for providing a certified referee at
Seeded Races will be found on the NHARA website
Coaches Council email address: [email protected]
The Coaches Council wishes all racers, coaches, officials, and parents a
fun, healthy and successful 2014-2015 Ski Season.
Think Snow!
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NHARA PROGRAMS 2014-2015
Head Coach/Program Director
ABN Abenaki
Jay Pollini, Head Coach
AAEF Attitash (AAEF)
Matt Dawson, Head Coach
ARAD
Attitash Ski School
Doug Avery
BBTS
Waterville Valley BBTS Peter Stokloza; Jason Guilbert
BLMT
Black Mt. Alpine Ski Team
Glenn Zeiders
BLWA
Blackwater Ski Club
Howard George
BW
Bretton Woods
Harry Maybee
CMCC
Crotched Mt. Competition Center Drew Craig, Head Coach
CMS
Cardigan Mt. School
Travis Nevins
CRAN
Cranmore
Skip Bartlett, Program Director
CSC
Colby-Sawyer
Jake Fisher
DOC
Dartmouth College
Peter Dodge & Chip Knight
FS
Ford Sayre Gerd Riess
FSA Ford Sayre Academy
Korry Vargo
FSC Franconia Ski Club
Rich Smith
GG
Granite Gorge
Bob Dumond, Program Director
GSC
Gunstock Ski Club
Mike Workman, Program Director
HOLD
Holderness
Georg Capaul, Program Director
Craig Antonides, Head Coach
KP
King Pine
Jake Stephan
KUA Kimball Union Academy
Gus DeMaggio, Head Coach
LRT Loon Ski Club
Aaron Loukes, Program Director
MCI McIntyre
Scott Martineau, Head Coach
MWV
Mt Washington Valley
Dave Gregory
PATS
Pats Peak
Deb Flanders
PROC
Proctor Academy
David SalathГЁ
PSU Plymouth State University
Andrew Gannon
RMS
Ragged Mountain
Ryan Schramm
STA
St. Anselms College
Melissa Caflisch
SUN Mount Sunapee
Jill Firstbrook, Program Director
Bob Underhill, Head Coach
UNH University of New Hampshire
Brian Blank
WILD Wildcat Mtn. A. E.F.
Tom Flavin
Please use the above abbreviations when entering races.
The Race Secretaries will thank you!
Email addresses & phone numbers for these Head Coaches & Program
Directors are listed in the Directory at the end of the NHARA Handbook.
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WELCOME TO ALPINE RACING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE!
The New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association (NHARA) is responsible
for scheduling, coordinating and monitoring all the races you will enter in
New Hampshire. This booklet contains a lot of important information. Read
it carefully.
Competition Categories
Non-scored (do not earn points on the Seed List)
Youth: Ages 13 & Under (born in 2001 or later)
Scored (earn points if born in 2000 and earlier)
Competitor : Ages 14 & older (born in 2000 and earlier)
FIS Competitor: Ages 16 & older (born in1998 and earlier)
Masters: Ages 18 and older (born in 1996 or earlier)
All Classes by December 31, 2014
U 8:
U10:
U12:
U14:
U16:
U18:
U21:
Seniors:
Masters:
Ages 6 & 7 (born in 2008, 2007)
Ages 8 & 9 (born in 2006, 2005)
Ages 10 & 11 (born in 2004, 2003)
Ages 12 & 13 (born in 2002, 2001)
Ages 14 & 15 (born in 2000, 1999)
Ages 16,17 (born in 1998, 1997)
Ages 18,19 & 20 (born in 1996,1995, 1994)
Ages 21 and older (born in 1993 & earlier
Ages 18 & older (born in 1996 or earlier)
ALPINE COMPETITION OPPORTUNITIES
Scored (seeded) Competition:
Non-Scored Competition:
A NHARA membership is required to
be scored in any NHARA Series.
A NHARA membership is required for all
but Open races.
Sr, U21, U18, U16
NHARA SGs
U16 Qualifier Series
U16 State Finals
Tecnica Cup Series
Macomber Cup Series
LaFoley Spring Series
USSA Open races
Invitational Events
Eastern FIS Events
Eastern USSA Finals
National U18 Champs
U.S. Alpine Championships
Nor-Ams
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U16: A few club USSA Open races
Invitational Events - pages 38-39
U12/U14: Division Racing
U12/U14 Finals
USSA Open Races
Invitational Events - page 44-45
U10: USSA Open Races
Divisional Skills Events
U8: Divisional Skills Events
MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS
Eastern Region USSA Membership Requirements
USSA Competitor, $150
Required for all U16 (YOB 2000 and older) and above who wish to have
USSA points. Renewing members add the late fee of $25 after October
15th.
USSA Youth Competitor, $80
For all U14 and younger (YOB 2001 and later).В As the Eastern Region
will not have any scored events for U14s, there is no need for any U14
or younger athlete to join USSA with a Competitor license. Renewing
members add the late fee of $25 after October 15th.
A USSA competitor membership and membership in one state racing
organization are required for all levels of scored racing in the Eastern
Region.
Participation in qualifying events leading to regional championships
events requires a valid USSA “Competitor” or “Youth Competitor”
membership depending upon the age group.
NHARA Membership Requirements
A current NHARA membership is required for any qualifying or selection
process.
A NHARA membership is not required for entry into Open USSA races
in NH.
U8 (YOB 2008 & 2007) - A membership in USSA is required if your
homeclub is a USSA club. A NHARA membership is not required except
for sanctioned skills events.
U10 (YOB 2006 & 2005) - A USSA Youth Competitor membership is required.
A NHARA membership is required to enter in NHARA sanctioned events.
U10s are not eligible to participate in divisional U12 /U14 qualifiers.
Renewing members add the late fee of $25 after November 30th.
Application forms for USSA and for NHARA memberships are available
on the USSA (www.ussa.org) and the NHARA website (www.nhalpine.org)
through Active or a downloadable form.
In applying to USSA be sure that the Waiver and Release of Liability form is
properly signed. NHARA requires a signed Code of Conduct consent. You
will not receive your membership card(s) without this, and, therefore, will
not be allowed to race. If you are under 18, your parent must also sign.
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NHARA 2014-2015 RACE CALENDAR
Scored Races - Sr, U21, U18, U16
DATE SITE
EVENT
D
FEE
TIME
12/13/14
12/14/14
Waterville
Waterville
Pat Harty Memorial
Sosman Memorial
SL
SL
$57
$59
9:30
9:30
12/21/14
Attitash
John DiCarlo Mem.
GS
$59
9:30
12/28/14
12/29/14
12/31/14
Cannon
Gunstock
Loon
Tecnica Cup
Open SL
Tecnica Cup
SL
SL
GS
$54
$54
$58
9:30
9:30
9:30
1/03/15
1/04/15
King Pine
Proctor
Macomber Cup
Tecnicar Cup SL
GS
$52
$58
9:30
9:30
1/10/15
1/11/15
TBD
Cranmore
Macomber Cup
Tecnicar Cup
GS $TBD
GS
$59
9:30
9:30
1/17/15
1/18/15
Waterville
Gunstock
Macomber Cup
Tecnicar Cup
SL
SL
$57
$54
9:30
9:30
Macomber Cup
Tecnica Cup
GS
GS
$52
$55
9:30
9:30
1/24/15Sunapee
1/25/15 Skiway
1/26/15
1/27/15
Attitash
Attitash
NHARA SG (16, U18, U21, SR, Masters) 2SG $86
NHARA SG (16, U18, U21, SR, Masters) 2SG $86
1/31/15
2/01/15
Gunstock Pats Peak
2/08/15
Gunstock
2/15/15
2/1715
9:30
9:30
Macomber Cup
Tecnica Cup SL
SL
$54
$57
9:30
9:30
Open SL
SL
$54
9:30
Proctor Open SL
SL
$58
9:30
Gunstock
Cliff Nyquist Mem.
SL
$54
3:30
2/28/15 Ragged NHARA U16 State Finals SL $ 9 0 / 2 d a y s 1 0 : 0 0
3/01/15 Ragged NHARA U16 State Finals GS $58/1 day
10:00
3/1/15
Loon
LaFoley SS
GS
$58
9:30
3/07/15
3/08/15
Gunstock
Cranmore
LaFoley SS
LaFoley SS
SL
GS
$54
$59
9:30
9:30
3/14/15
3/15/15
Skiway
Ragged
LaFoley SS
LaFoley SS
GS
GS
$55
$58
9:30
10:00
3/20/15
3/21/15
3/22/15
Cannon (Fri)
Cranmore
Cannon
M.J.'s Race
LaFoley SS
LaFoley SS
SL
GS
SL
$55
$59
$54
9:30
9:30
9:30
UNH Fund Raiser
LaFoley SS
GS
SL
$58
$57
9:30
9:30
3/28/15 Loon
3/29/15 Pats Peak
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ENTERING RACES
In order to be entered in a race, you must send an entry form (voucher) for
each race you plan to attend at least 10 days before the race. Refer to pages
18 & 19 for addresses. On line registration may be available for some
races. Check the calendar on the NHARA website for availability.
Copy the voucher from the last page. Please do not enlarge or reduce the
form. Complete it LEGIBLY using the same name that is on your USSA
card. A SEPARATE CHECK MUST BE SENT FOR EACH RACER FOR
EACH RACE. For further information see pages 18 & 19.
THE ENTRY FEE MUST BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR ENTRY OR IT
MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED AND $10 MORE MAY BE CHARGED AT
REGISTRATION. Entry by phone, fax, e-mail or at registration may also
incur this charge.
U12/U14 Divisional qualifiers and U16 SL & GS Qualifiers do not require
vouchers.
LIMITING Entries: Most races will be limited to 200 starters with some
organizers accepting even fewer. All racers, especially those new to
NHARA, should discuss their plans with their coach before entering any
races.
You must bring your USSA Card & your NHARA Card to every NHARA
race. NHARA cards are not required at USSA Open races.
CANCELLATION
If you wish to cancel your entry you must call by 9:00 am 3 days before the
race or YOUR ENTRY FEE WILL BE KEPT. See page 18 & 19 or NHARA
Website “to Cancel Race Entry” for telephone numbers to call. No club will
refund the fee if given notice later.
FIS & USSA EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS
Per FIS and USSA rules, it is the athlete’s responsibility to ski, train and race
on appropriate equipment. These equipment regulations are posted on the
NHARA website and on the USSA website under Alpine Rules.
Approved helmets manufactured for ski racing are mandatory for all training
and race events - SL, GS, SG & DH.
NHARA SPEED COMMITTEE
Mission Statement
To develop gliding, high-speed turning, aero-dynamic and jumping skills in New
Hampshire junior athletes through safely conducted and age-appropriate speed
camps, in-season speed events and coaches education.
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ADDRESSES to ENTER RACES 2014-2015
ATTITASH - All classes
Kathy Badger, Race Secretary Make check to Race Secretary
38 East Shore Drive Tel: (603) 367-8278
Silver Lake, NH 03875 email: [email protected]
BLACK MT. - Children’s (U14, U12, U10)
Kathy Badger, Race Secretary Make check to Black Mountain
38 East Shore Drive Tel: (603) 367-8278
Silver Lake, NH 03875 email: [email protected]
BLACKWATER/PROCTOR - All classes
Morgan SalathГЁ, Race Secretary
Make check to Proctor Academy
PO Box 137Tel: (603) 735-6281
Andover, NH 03216email: [email protected]
BRETTON WOODS - Children’s (U14, U12, U10)
Jason Doyle, Race Secretary Make check to BWST
BWAEF, PO Box 263 Tel:: (603) 278-3302
Twin Mountain, NH 03595 email: [email protected]
CANNON/FRANCONIA - All classes
Race Secretary, FSC
Make check to FSC Race Secretary
PO Box 462Tel: (603) 823-7106
Franconia, NH 03580email: [email protected]
CRANMORE - All classes
Kathy Badger, Race Secretary Make check to Cranmore Mt. Resort
38 East Shore Drive Tel: (603) 367-8278
Silver Lake, NH 03875email: [email protected]
CROTCHED MT. COMPETITION CENTER - Children’s (U14, U12, U10)
Laura Taylor, Race Secretary Make check to Crotched Mt. Ski & Ride
PO Box 403email: [email protected]
Amherst, NH 03031-0403
DARTMOUTH SKIWAY (All classes))
Nicole ChuMake check to Ford Sayre
96 Willey Hill Road Tel: (802) 359-7546
Norwich, VT 05055email: [email protected]
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ADDRESSES to ENTER RACES 2014-2015
GUNSTOCK - All classes
Beth Hamblet, RA Make check to Gunstock Ski Club
11 Ambrose RoadTel:
Meredith, NH 03253 email: [email protected]
KING PINE - All classes
Debbie West, Race Secretary Make check to King Pine
149 Stag DriveTel: (603) 4367-8005
Silver Lake, NH 03875email: [email protected]
LOON - All classes
Laurie Stevens, Race Secretary
PO Box 1508
Make check to Race Secretary
Tel: 603-367-Campton, NH 03223
email: [email protected]
MT. SUNAPEE - All classes
Kate McCloy, Race Secretary Make check to Mount Sunapee
P.O. Box 585Tel: (603) 504-2410
Newbury, NH, 03255email: [email protected]
PATS PEAK - All classes
Carol Fahey, Race Secretary
Make check to Race Secretary
159 Pulpit RoadTel: (603) 472-9874
Bedford, NH 03110 email: [email protected]
RAGGED MT. - All classes Carl Anderson,, Jr, Race Secretary Make check to Race Secretary
30 Pine Stump Road Tel: (603) 728-8382
Sanbornton, NH 03269email: [email protected]
WATERVILLE - All classes
Carl Anderson, Race Secretary Make check to WVBBTS
485 North Shore Road Tel: (603) 236-2546
Hebron, NH 03241email: [email protected]
WILDCAT - All classes
Kathy Badger, Race Secretary
38 East Shore Drive
Silver Lake, NH 03875
Make check to WMAEF
Tel: (603) 367-8278
email: [email protected]
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DIRECTIONS TO NH RACES AND REGISTRATION
ATTITASH: Bartlett, NH
Ski Area: On South side of US 302 between Glen and Bartlett.
Parking: East of Lodge, South side, Wt of Lodge, N side of Rt. 302.
Registration: In the East end of the Main Base Lodge.
BLACK MT: Rte. 16B in Jackson, NH
From Rte. 16 N/S turn toward Jackson Village (either R through the
Covered Bridge or L on the Jackson Village Loop. The Village Loop is
well marked as Rte. 16B.
BLACKWATER/PROCTOR SKI AREA: Andover, NH
Ski Area: Proctor Academy is on NH 4 & 11 in the center of Andover.
Opposite the school is a store and PO. Take Lawrence Street
past these buildings and follow signs.
Parking: Plenty at Area. Registration: In red building.
BRETTON WOODS: Bretton Woods, NH
Ski Area: S side of Rt 302, 6 m E of Twin Mt, 23 mi W of Bartlett
Parking: anywhere.
Registration: Follow the signs.
CANNON: Franconia Notch, NH
Ski Area: Rte I-93 to Exit 34C to Echo Lake parking lot. No parking allowed at park headquarters. Registration: In Ernie’s House.
CRANMORE: North Conway, NH
Ski Area: NH 16 and US 302 in the middle of town (Northeast Quadrant)
At the traffic light turn East and Follow signs. Use the main entrance.
Parking: Any of the designated park areas to the left of the entry road.
Registration: 3rd floor of Skimobile Station (Main Base Lodge). Please
store all belongings in free bag check or cubbies.
CROTCHED MT.: 615 Francestown Road, Bennington, NH
Ski Area: See www/crotchedmountain.com for directions.
Parking: Ample parking infront of main lodge.
Registration: Upstairs in main lodge.
DARTMOUTH SKIWAY/FORD SAYRE: Lyme, NH
Ski Area: Rte 10 between Hanover and Orford. In Lyme go E to
R of church following signs to Lyme Ctr. Continue E 1 1/2 miles
Parking: in main lot.
Registration: Upstairs in the Main Lodge.
GUNSTOCK: Gilford, NH
Ski Area: Take NH 11A East from Laconia. Follow signs to Gunstock
Recreation Area.
Parking: As close to Base Lodge as possible.
Registration: In Clubhouse (gray building farthest right from parking).
Walk across the flat area to bottom of race hill.
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KING PINE: East Madison, NH
Ski Area: Rte. 16 N to Center Ossipee; Rte. 25 East (6 miles) to
Rte. 153 (5 miles)
LOON: Lincoln, NH
Ski Area: I-93 to Exit 32, E on Kancamagus Hwy thru Lincoln and on. Entrance on S side of highway. Or Kancamagus Hwy from NH Rt. 16 just S of Conway. Entrance just after end of the WMNF.
Parking: Turn R immediately over bridge. Park in any lot past
Governor’s Lodge.
Registration: In Gravink Competition Center.
MOUNT SUNAPEE: Newbury, NH
Ski Area: From South: North on I-89 to Exit 9, West on 103 to Mt
Sunapee State Park (17 mi) From North: S on I-89 to Exit 11,
W on NH 11 to NH 103. S on NH 103 to Mt Sunapee State Park.
Parking: As close to Main Lodge as possible.
Registration: Downstairs in Race Building to left of North Peak Lift.
PATS PEAK: Henniker, NH
Ski Area: I-89 to NH 9 & US 202. S on 114 in Henniker. Entrance
on S side of road about 1 mile from Henniker.
Parking: Any of 3 lots behind Base Lodge.
Registration: In Alpine Training Center, an A-Frame 100 yards up hill
RAGGED MTN: Danbury, NH
Ski Area: Take Exit 23 from I-93. Go W on 104 through Bristol. Find
Ragged Mtn Road on left about 9 miles from Bristol. Follow
road to end (about 2 miles).
Parking: Anywhere.
Registration: On 2nd Floor of Meetinghouse Lodge to right of main walkway.
WATERVILLE VALLEY (Mt Tecumseh): WV, NH
Ski Area: I-93 to Exit 28; NH 49 to WV. 10 miles from traffic signal take first left (Tripoli Rd). Up hill about 1 1/2 miles.
Parking: As far up as possible.
Registration: at Comp Center to L of Valley Run Quad.
WHALEBACK: Enfield, NH
Ski Area: I-93 to Rte. 89; take Exit 16
Parking: anywhere
Registration: upstairs in the lodge
WILDCAT: Pinkham’s Grant, NH
Ski Area: On NH 16 between Glen and Pinkham Notch. From South:
NH 16 to Jackson, then N into White Mt National Forest
about 10 miles to ski area. From North: US 2 to Gorham, NH, then S on NH 16.
Parking: Enter main parking lot, turn immediately to the right and
proceed to the end of main lot. Cross over a small bridge into
a lower lot. Park there.
Registration: In the Bobcat Lodge.
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CODE OF CONDUCT
NHARA supports the Competition Regulations of USSA which provide a
framework in which the various ski programs are developed and operated
at all levels. It particularly endorses the policy for sportsmanlike conduct
which states that competitors, coaches, officials or other personnel may be
reprimanded, disqualified or suspended for conduct at USSA events that
is prejudicial to the sport, as recommended by member organizations and
so determined by a Division’s Board of Directors.
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP includes, but is not limited to:
A. Respect for all race officials and ski area employees.
B. Suitable dress and grooming, courtesy and good manners in public
places, at races and while traveling.
C. Self-control, responsible behavior, consideration for other’s
physical and emotional well-being. No profane or abusive
language.
D. Respect for private and public property.
E. Abstinence from the illegal use of alcohol and drugs as befitting
an athlete, coach or official representing a club, school or ski
area.
F. Respect for lift facilities, lift privileges, and closed areas.
G. Honest conduct. No theft or misrepresentation whatsoever.
H. Attendance at awards ceremonies and receptions.
I. Respect of USSA and FIS rules regarding commercial display at awards ceremonies
A summary of the Regulations may be found in the USSA Competition
Guide. Copies of the complete By-laws and Competition Regulations are
available at the USSA Office.
A RACE JURY, OR THE NHARA REVIEW COMMITTEE, MAY PREVENT
A RACER, DISQUALIFIED FOR MISCONDUCT, FROM COMPETING IN
ONE OR MORE FUTURE RACES.
NHARA REVIEW AND APPEALS COMMITTEE
This committee shall review reported incidents of misconduct on the part
of any NHARA racer, coach, or official, and shall recommend sanctions, as
appropriate, to the Board of Trustees. The committee shall review reports
of mismanagement and rules infractions at NHARA-sponsored races, and
shall provide recommendations to race organizations and juries to improve
the quality of NHARA-sponsored races. This Committee also reviews
disciplinary actions taken by Race Juries and any complaints concerning
Athlete Selections, Sanctions and Reprimands.
Appeals should be forwarded to the Chairman as soon as possible,
accompanied by a fee which will be returned if the appeal is upheld. Action
by the Committee will be taken as soon as possible.
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RACER RESPONSIBILITY CODE
1. Bindings must be in good condition and properly adjusted for the
conditions. Unbreakable sunglasses and goggles are essential.
2. Warm up for training and racing sessions. Stretch for at least five minutes
before skiing. Warm up gradually on snow, skiing various radius turns,
before skiing at racing speed.
3. Always carefully inspect a course before running it. Follow the inspection
rules for the training session or race. Do not cross or go onto closed
courses at competitions, and always be certain that practice courses
are clear before proceeding.
4. If you fall and are unhurt, immediately signal that you are OK and
quickly move a safe distance away from the course. Collect your gear
and reorganize away from the active course.
5. While attending a race event, stand far enough from the course to allow
a racer on course full visibility, room to recover and room to come to a
stop without hitting you.
6. Always remain still while there is a racer on course, and never free-ski
on or near a closed race course except as allowed by the established
inspection procedures.
7. If a gate pole is knocked out or broken and presents a danger, place
it outside the course, preferably totally to the side of the slope or as
directed by the coaches, course officials or workers.
8. Be sure to communicate with your coach when tired, ill, uncertain or
afraid, if the course is too difficult or rough, or if visibility is poor.
9. Always stop below your coach or training group. Never attempt to
stop above any skier or group. Always leave room to take “evasive
action” should your coach or others in your training group move
unexpectedly.
10. When your run is complete, move immediately out of the finish area
or away from the course. Make sure that you have an adequate finish
area and safe room outside all courses.
11. Never jump or ski fast into an uncontrolled “blind spot”.
12. When free-skiing outside race and training areas you must be aware
of others and ski in full control at all times. Respect other skiers’ rights
to a safe and pleasant skiing experience.
APPROVED HELMETS MANUFACTURED FOR SKI RACING
ARE MANDATORY FOR ALL TRAINING AND RACE EVENTS
SL, GS, SG AND DH
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SCORED COMPETITION
Racers born in 2000 and earlier
SELECTION PROCEDURES
NHARA POLICIES
The NHARA schedule and selection procedures have been developed over
the past several years to present New Hampshire alpine racers with the
best possible opportunities for advancement, development and enjoyment
of the sport. They are designed to mesh with the USSA-Eastern, USSA
and FIS schedules.
In studying the selection procedures on the following pages, please
remember that they are intended to be as straight forward as possible, and
to encourage rapid mobility. No valid procedure can be instantly responsive,
however, so that some racers may need to wait until the next series of
events, or for the next Seed List, in order to see their progress reflected
in movement up through the “pipeline”. When possible, the qualifying
procedures are also by age group, which allows younger racers to compare
themselves to their peers, making it easier to evaluate their progress.
As the season progresses, new information will become available and must
be considered in racer selections. Qualifying procedures will always make
use of the most up-to-date information. In addition, as a series of events
is held, the results of those events may be reflected in future selections to
races and state quotas.
QUOTAS AND SELECTION PROCEDURES FOR EACH RACE/
SERIES APPEAR ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES.
To be eligible for a NHARA event or for selection to a state quota or team, a
racer must be a member of NHARA, with current dues paid at least 10 days
prior to the event or the selection date ($25 is the late fee for all renewals
after November 30th).
No awarding of place points, or selection to quotas will be refigured
subsequently to include racers who join NHARA late, whether the late
joining was to take advantage of an unexpected result or because of an
earlier oversight. All racers must be USSA Licensed Competitors ($150).
USSA Competition rules state that a racer may represent only one state
at any given time. Full-time students who are training in New Hampshire
Programs will represent New Hampshire. Membership in more than one
state organization at a time is not allowed. (see Eastern Region in the
Comp Guide)
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For more information or questions about these policies, quotas or selection
procedures as they appear on this and the following pages, contact your
coach or the Competition Committee (ACC) Secretary.
U16 (1999 & 2000)
U16 (14 and 15 year olds) competition is a transitional step between
children’s racing and seeded competition. Eastern U16s compete at the
state level in a scored qualifying series for selection to regional events. See
page 36-39 for more information.
U16s may compete in USSA scored competitions at the discretion of the
coach in order to begin developing a point profile (recommendation is not
to exceed 16 starts). Any USSA points earned at these events will be valid
as soon as they appear on the USSA points list but may not be used for
qualifying or seeding in qualifying events. A USSA Competitor License is
required for access to seeding and points.
A scored U16 State Championship will be held in mid-March from
which 3M/3W will qualify for the Eastern U16 Finals The Eastern U16
Championships and Eastern U16 Finals are major season long goals. This
season there is a state quota for the Eastern U16 Am-Can event where
selected racers will compete against athletes from Alpine Quebec and
Alpine Ontario. Also on the calendar is an invitational U16/U14 National
Project in early April, site TBD..
U18 (1997 & 1998)
U21 (1994, 1995 & 1996) & SR (1993 & earlier)
Various series of races form a pipeline from local to state to regional
to national and to international events. The age groupings of seeded
competitions allow for a designed progression of athlete development
from state and regional teams to becoming nominated for the U.S. Ski
Team. Advancement to these top levels of competition is based on
performance.
Athletes involved in seeded competitions in the USSA Eastern region must
hold a USSA competitor membership and be a member of one state racing
organization (where the most training takes place).
U21s may race in Masters Alpine races (excluding Championships). An
International Ski Federation (FIS) License is required for any FIS racing
and inclusion on the FIS points list. Contact the Eastern Region website
for more information.
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NHARA RACES
for
SR, U21, U18 and U16 Racers
OPEN RACES:
Any USSA Licensed Competitor, NHARA member or not, may enter any
NH race listed as “Open” in the NHARA schedule, subject to the race
organizer’s field size limits. Macomber Cup,Tecnica Cup and Spring Series
races are also “Open”, subject to the series specified requirements. Only
current NHARA members meeting the series eligiblity requirements will be
scored toward the Series Awards.
NHARA SG SERIES: Feb 3 & Feb. 4. The first races on 2/3 & 2/4 count
as part of the Macomber Cup Series although there is no point cutoff (all
NHARA members may enter). Fields may be limited in number of starters
with preference for entry given to NHARA members until 48 hours before
the race. After that the field may be filled by others, in order of receipt.
TECNICA CUP SERIES: Dec. 30, Dec. 31, Jan.4, Jan.11, Jan. 18,
Jan.25, & Feb. 1
Any USSA Competitor may enter any of the Tecnica Cup races. Only NHARA
members not eligible for Macomber Cup races will score points toward the
Tecnica Cup. Those racers qualifying for Macomber Cup from the Tecnica
races but do not start in a Macomber Cup race will be scored for Tecnica.
Any racer starting in a Macomber Cup Race will not score any more Tecnica
Cup points (but will keep those already earned). Only the racer’s 4 best
results will count toward the Cup.
MACOMBER CUP SERIES: Jan 1., Jan. 5, 12, 19, 20, 26, Feb. 2 & 9
Entries will be accepted and scored from the following:
A. All racers with Slalom or Giant Slalom points less than points to be
determined, on the USSA Late Fall Seed List. Cut-off points will be posted on
the NHARA website by Dec. 15. Racers qualifying by points or race results
but wishing to race Tec Cup only must notify Bev Oliver before 12/27/13.
B. Any NHARA man finishing in the top three places overall, not already
qualified, and any NHARA woman finishing in the top two places, not already
qualified, in any of the NHARA races prior to 12/31.
C. Qualifying from Tecnica Cup races - those not already qualified will be
selected. The number of qualifiers will be announced on the website at
the same time as the Point Cut-offs (by Dec. 15). Racers qualifying in this
manner but wishing to race Tec Cup only must notify Bev Oliver at he time
of qualification.
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Note: In the event of a Macomber Cup event that is not filled the the host
club, at their discretion, may enter any athletes who are not Macomber
qualified through the usual process and may include out of state entries.
• Athletes must be U16 or older.
• Normal cut off times are to be used (no earlier than 72 hours prior to
the event).
• A full field shall be 180 athletes.
• Macomber Cup qualified athletes are not to be displaced assuming
timely entry fees.
• All Macomber Cup races and the first SGraces on 2/3 & 2/4 are
scored for the Macomber Cup.
LAFOLEY SPRING SERIES:
Feb. 22, Feb 23, Mar. 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23.
Open Races, but only NHARA members score points toward the series
standings - all LSS aces count. Out-of-state entries will be accepted in
order of receipt until the race is full.
NHARA METHOD POINTS SCALE
Place points for scoring Tecnica Cup, Macomber Cup & the LaFoley Spring
Series.
1st - 50
9th - 32
17th - 24
25th - 16
33rd - 8
2nd - 45
10th - 31
18th - 23
26th - 15
34th - 7
3rd - 40
11th - 30
19th - 22
27th - 14
35th - 6
4 - 37
12 - 29
20 - 21
28 - 13
36th - 5
5th - 36
13th - 28
21st - 20
29th - 12
37th - 4
6th - 35
14th - 27
22nd -19
30th - 11
38th - 3
7th - 34
15th - 26
23rd - 18
31st - 10
39th - 2
8th - 33
16th - 25
24th - 17
32nd - 9
40th - 1
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POINTS NEED CORRECTION ?
New Hampshire racers who believe that their seed points are incorrect
should contact the NHARA Seed Review Chairman by mail or email. Do
NOT contact Eastern or USSA directly. Please give name, address, USSA
number, copy of Racer History sent you last summer if you raced in seeded
competition last winter, and a copy of the race results in question. A list of
the races which you have successfully finished should be included if you
think you have not received proper credit. Your impression of what is wrong
may be helpful. A check of the USSA Web site may help.
Please notify the NHARA Seed Review Chairman as soon as possible. It
may be helpful to others as well!
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U16s and RACERS NEW TO NHARA
This information may be particularly helpful to first year U16s and/or
anyone who is new to our program in NHARA (New Hampshire Alpine
Racing Association).
RACING CATEGORY
1) Getting Started: The heart of the U16 competition calendar is the
refinement of alpine racing skills and the 6 race qualifying series leading
to the Eastern Region U16 Championship, the Eastern U16 Finals and
the Eastern U16 Am-Can events. The remainder of the schedule is filled
with open scored and unscored races. See page 36-39 for more detailed
information.
The focus for U18s and older is establishing a USSA point profile and
qualifying for the Macomber series. See below for more information.
Seeded: your start order is determined by your points on the current USSA
Point List. In the your first race you are listed at 990. You hope to lower
your points by finishing 2 runs of each race. Points: Refer to the USSA
Competition Guide for an explanation of the calculations. Your points are
also one means of determining whether you are eligible for Macomber Cup
Series scoring.
2) Established : This group (U18s) usually has already established a
point profile and understands which events are important in their racer
management. Their focus is qualifying for the Championship events in March
and trying to make criteria for FIS starts. Gaining entry to the FIS races
allows them to establish their FIS point profile and to continue improving
their USSA point profile and establish eligibility for selection to regional,
tri-regional and national events in the pipeline.
3) Advanced: This group (U21, SR) is usually composed of the top tier
skiers. The focus of this group is usually centered around FIS racing.
These athletes are already qualified for all the NH races and may not attend
a large number of these events due to conflicts with the FIS schedule and
training time. Both the athletes and parents of this group understand the
system.
NHARA RACE SERIES
1) Tecnica Cups: This series was originally designed for the “getting started”
group. These are now essentially Open races. See page 26 for more info.
Each Tecnica Cup race qualifies a number of skiers to the Macomber series.
Scores within the season series are kept with top finishers winning some
booty from the series sponsor – Tecnica.
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2) Macomber Cups: These are now essentially Open races. The Macomber
Cup is an important series for the established and the advanced skier.
This series has a specific point level of qualification which is announced in
mid December. Once determined, the cutoff will be posted on the NHARA
website-nhalpine.org. Scoring in this series is usually a goal for the “getting
started” group. See page 26 for more info. Although not listed as a Macomber
series race(s), the NHARA SGs are included in the Macomber scoring.
3) NHARA SGs: These are the in-state speed opportunities and are open
races. Historically these events are held at Attiash and are great entry level
speed events. The results are used in combination with the Macomber series
scoring to select teams from New Hampshire for the Championship events.
4) LaFoley Spring Series: These are open races with no qualifying
pressures. The LSS is a race series hosted by the LaFoley Family with
some nice trophies for the series winners. Scoring is by current NHARA
members only. See page 26 for more info.
U18, U21, SR
FIS RACES: Selection method and age group quotas will be posted on
the Eastern website.
A. Eastern Cup racing represents the “next level” of racing and getting
FIS starts is a goal for most aspiring skiers. Participating in these races
requires a separate FIS racing license and an established level of USSA
experience. Selection to these events is regionally based (by USSA points).
There is no longer a state quota for the Eastern Cup Series. It is high level
competition and the field is full of the best college skiers and occasionally
National Team members.
B. Open FIS racing: this is a relatively new class of FIS racing
designed for younger skiers and less experienced skiers. Designated Open
FIS events in February are qualifying events for selection to the Eastern
Team to the U18 Nationals. See page 35 as well as the Eastern Handbook
for more inrormation.
C. FIS University races (FIS-U): These are college carnival races
which are FIS events. Occasionally some of our top NHARA skiers qualify
for these races through a regional development quota.
It is really important for the racer to plan his/her season and to
balance training with race starts.
Your coach can help you set up a racer management plan that is appropriate
for you. An optimal number of race starts allows for adequate training and
rest. Constant monitoring of racer management is necessary to be
successful and there is no true formula.
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NH Quota: 5M/5W
Open FIS
2/12-13 Attitash GS-M
2/19-20 Proctor SL-M
2/12-13 Sunapee GS-W
2/19-20 Sugarbush
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Eastern NJR
Junior FIS Finals
(U21/U18)
Speed
DH & 2/1-2/2 SG
events at Sugarloaf
• First year FIS (1998) may not exceed 25 GS & SL total starts including
Championships.
• USSA Eastern Development projects are filled by the Eastern office.
• Refer to pages 26-27 for general information on scored races, rules and
scoring for Macomber Cup, Tecnica Cup and LaFoley series.
Open FIS
(Sr/U21/U18)
Eastern Cup Series
ECS - FIS
(Sr, U21, U18)
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Championships
East: 20M/15W
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NHARA ACC
NH Quota: 6
3M;3W
USSA
Scored
Open Races
Open
LaFoley Spring Series
Tecnica Cup
Macomber Cup
(by points or race results)
NH Quota: 29
17M;12W
Eastern
USSA Finals
(Sr, U21, U18)
EasternAutomatics(racepts)andEasternDevelopmentquotaareselectedbytheEasternofficefortheECS
FIS, & NJR FIS series. See Eastern website for complete selection procedures.
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Championships
East: 14 M/11 W
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NHARA U18, U21, SR Competition Progression
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NHARA STATE TEAMS
A State Team has been named each year since 1973 to provide recognition
for the outstanding racers in New Hampshire and to support ski racing in
the state by encouraging the team’s participation in NHARA races. The
privileges extended include free entry to all NHARA races and, with the
compliments of Ski New Hampshire and its members, free skiing at most
New Hampshire ski areas.
A State Development Team has been named for several years to provide
recognition for the top junior racers in New Hampshire. These racers pay
only the “head taxes” to enter NHARA races.
SGs are an exception. All team members must pay full fare for SGs.
All those named to State Teams shall have been licensed USSA Alpine
Competitors and NHARA members the previous season. All those named
to State Teams shall hold a current USSA Competitor license and a current
NHARA membership at the time of selection.
All Team members must have started at least 3 NHARA races during the
previous season and be prepared to participate in at least 3 NHARA races
during the upcoming season. (MJ’s race and the UNH race do not count.)
STATE TEAM: 12 Men and 7 Women. Selection criteria:
• NTSM from the November USSA Seed List of all eligible
Senior, U21 & U18 racers, SL & GS only.
• Ties are broken by the best rank in the other discipline.
DEVELOPMENT TEAM: Up to 10 Men/10 Women. Selection criteria:
• Selection from the November USSA Seed List Age Group
Rankings U18 and 2nd year U16.
a. Men in the top 50: SL, GS and SG. Ties broken by next best
ranking.
b. Women in the top 30: SL, GS and SG. Ties broken by next
best ranking.
• Any remaining spots may be filled from future USSA Seed Lists
as above.
NOTE: NHARA State Team Selection Criteria should be evaluated
yearly by a committee appointed by the NHARA president.
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EASTERN REGION RACING
NHARA racers may be invited to Eastern Region events as members of
a New Hampshire state quota. NHARA will make the selections to these
quotas according to the procedures outlined below. Coaches must confirm
or deny participation within 48 hours. Empty spots will be filled immediately
from the Alternate List.
The ACC Secretary will make the entries to the Eastern Office. Some regional
events require payment of the entry fee online through Adminskiracing for
Open FIS and Eastern Cups.. See the Eastern Region Handbook for more
info. Racers pay the Race Organization at the site or at the Seed Meeting
for other events.
All racers training in New Hampshire must be members of NHARA to
participate in these races.
EASTERN REGION USSA FINALS (SR, U21, U18)
Gore, NY: 3/14-17, 2015
SG Tr, SG, GS, SL
NH Quota: 17 M/12 W
This 3 event series is filled through state quotas by athletes who have not
qualified for the Eastern Junior FIS Finals. See Eastern website for further
details (www.ussaeast.com).
Method of selection:
1. Coaches need to submit a list of athletes who wish to be considered
for selection to the NHARA quota for the USSA Finals to Bev Oliver by
2/27/2015.
2. Selection will be made from an NTSM SL/GS ranking of requested
athletes from USSA Points List 9 valid 2/19/15 (cannot use List 10 valid
3/12/15 as it will be too late).
3. Unfilled spots will be filled by going down the NTSM list as well as fill
unused spots with the other gender if needs be.
4. Final selection will be sent to coaches of selected athletes.
The NHARA ALPINE COMPETITION COMMITTEE (ACC) has the right and
obligation to review, at any time, any and all selection criteria established
by NHARA, and, in the event of unusual and unexpected circumstances,
to revise, modify or waive application of any such criteria as they relate to
the selection of individual racers. In the event that the ACC exercises its
authority hereunder, its decision shall be subject to review and approval
by the NHARA Executive Committee.
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EASTERN REGION FIS RACING
All racers must have a FIS license and those training in New Hampshire
must be members of NHARA.
FIS EASTERN CUP SERIES
This season long series is a stepping stone to the US Alpine Championships,
Nor Ams and international events. Selection to this Series is made by the
Eastern Office. See the Eastern website (www.ussaeast.com).
OPEN FIS EVENTS
See entry rules on the Eastern website, www.ussaeast.com.
12/6-7, /2014
Sunday River - M/W 2 SL
12/13, 2014 Whiteface - GS - Women
12/14, 2014 Whiteface - GS - Men
12/19-22, 2014 Sunday River -2SL/ 2GS - Women
12/19-22, 2014 Sugarloaf - 2GS/2SL - Men
12/21-22, 2014 Sugarloaf - 2SL - Men*
12/30-31, 2014
Proctor - 2SL - M/W
1/20-23, 2015
Sugarbush - 2 SL/2 GS - Men*
2/1-2/6, 2015
Sugarloaf - 2DH - M/W
2/12-13, 2015
Sunapee - 2GS - Women*
2/12-13, 2015
Attitash - 2GS - Men*
2/19-20, 2015
Sugarbush - 2SL - Women*
2/19-20, 2015
Proctor - 2SL - Men*
2/25, 2015
Sugarloaf - 2SG - M/W
3/24-25, 2015
Sugarbush - 2GS - Women
3/24-25,2015
Stratton - 2GS - Men
3/26-27, 2015
Killington - 2SL - M/W
* Races with reserved quotas. Refer to the Eastern website for
more information.
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EASTERN REGION FIS RACING - CONTINUED
CARNIVAL RACING
See the Eastern website for more info.
Development spots available by request to the Eastern Office.
EASTERN CUP SERIES
See the Eastern website for more info.
EASTERN JUNIOR FIS FINALS
March 8-12, 2015 - Okemo, VT
2SG, 1GS, 1SL
NH Quota 6M/6W
Selection procedures:
There is a small state quota for these FIS events. Selection will be made
from an NTSM SL/GS ranking of requested athletes from the most
current USSA Points List. A racer must hold USSA and FIS licenses to be
considered for selection to any NHARA quota spot. See Eastern website
for full criteria.
NATIONAL EVENTS
USSA U18 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Feb. 26 - Mar. 6, 2015 - Copper, CO
DH, DH, SG, GS, SL
Eastern Quota: 20 men/15 women
USSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
March 25-29, 2015 - Sugarloaf, ME
Eastern Quota: 14 men/11 women
Quotas named by Eastern Office. See Eastern website for criteria.
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NHARA Colleges and Prep Schools
with Alpine Racing Teams
School
Head Coach
Email
Cardigan Mt. School
Travis Nevins
[email protected]
Colby-Sawyer College
Jake Fisher
[email protected]
Dartmouth College
Peter Dodge
[email protected]
Holderness School
Georg Capaul
[email protected]
Kimball Union Academy
Gus DeMaggio
[email protected]
Plymouth State University
Andrew Gannon
[email protected]
Proctor Academy
David SalathГЁ
[email protected]
St. Anselms
Melissa Caflisch
[email protected]
White Mountain School
Mike Gallagher
University of NH
Brian Blank
[email protected]
[email protected]
Thanks
NEW HAMPSHIRE SKI AREA OPERATORS
for your continued support
of alpine racing!
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NHARA U16
Qualifiers (scored)
SG, SL & GS
• Recommendation is not to exceed 16 starts per season for U16s.
• USSA Eastern Development projects are filled by the Eastern office.
• U16 State Finals - all U16s who did not qualify for the Eastern U16
Championships are entered in this event.
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USSA
Scored & Unscored
Open Races
U16 State Finals
(scored)
3M/3W
Eastern U16 Finals
(scored)
NH Quota: TBD
• Refer to pages 26-27 for general information on scored races, rules and
scoring for Macomber Cup, Tecnica Cup and LaFoley series.
See Eastern website
for selection procedures
Eastern Development
Projects
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Eastern U16 Championships
(scored)
NH Quota: TBD by 12/1
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NHARA U16 Competition Progression
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USSA U16 National Championships
and
Assessment Project
Sugarloaf, Maine
Open
LaFoley Spring Series
Tecnica Cup
Macomber Cup
(by points or race results)
State Quota
TBD by 12/1
U16 Am-Can Spring
Events
Am-Can Prep
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U16 PROGRAM
At the center of this year’s U16 schedule is a 6 race series used to select
athletes to the U16 Eastern Championships and U16 Eastern Finals. All
races in this series will be run as scored races to the USSA points list.
The U16 calendar was put together to give the athletes the opportunity to set
up the race schedule to meet their personal needs and to give programs a
chance to provide larger training blocks. In addition to the qualifying series,
U16s may enter other U S S A scored races at their discretion. Refer to
pages 26-29 for information regarding Macomber Cup, Tecnica Cup, and
LaFoley Spring Series.
U16 Qualifying Series:
Jan. 28 - 2 SG (M/W)
Attitash
Entry: $86
( Athletes must send in vouchers or register on line by 1 /17/15)
Jan. 29 - SG (M/W Attitash
( Reserved incase 2 SGs cannot be run
on Jan. 28th)
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
0 7 - Men’s GS
Sunapee
07 - Women’s GS
Loon
0 8 - Men’s GS
Cranmore
0 8 - Women’s GS
Waterville
21 - Men’s SL
Ragged
21 - Women’s SL
Sunapee
22 - Men’s SL
Pats Peak
22 - Women’s SLCannon
E n t r y : $ 52
En t r y : $ 57
E n t r y : $ 59
E n t r y : $ 57
E n t r y : $ 58
E n t r y : $ 52
E n t r y : $ 57
E n t r y : $ 54
Qualifier Entering:
Except for the SGs in the series, each athlete’s entry will be submitted by
his/her home coach. Entries will be submitted by team, in team rank order
determined by your home coach. Race vouchers and pre-registration
(except for SGs) will not be necessary for the U16 Qualifying Series.
Payment of entry fees for each race will be the responsibility of each athlete,
to be paid online (www.alpinreg.com) or no later than at race registration,
the morning of the event.
Qualifier Seeding:
Team running orders will be submitted by the coaches to the event organizer
by Tuesday prior to each race. Each club’s submitted roster will then be
divided into 5 seeds.
1st run start order - by seed; random within seed.
2nd run order - for SL and GS events will be determined by normal USSA
procedures; reverse top-30, then 31st on from first run times. If
possible, first run DNFs and DSQs are allowed to run the second
run, in bib order, at the end of the field. Determined by the jury.
SG - by seed; random within seed.
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Qualifier Rankings:
Each race will have the race results ranked using New World Cup points
(100-1st, 80-2nd, 60-3rd... 1-30th).. Each athlete’s best 2 result rankings
from within the qualifying series will be used for the selections (a maximum of one SG result may be used).
Selections:
The entire NHARA quota (M TBD /W TBD) to the U16 Eastern
Championships will be selected from the series rankings. 75% of the
U16 Eastern Finals quota (M TBD /W TBD) will also be selected from
this series. The remainder of the Eastern U 1 6 Finals quota (3M/3W)
will be filled using rankings from the NHARA U16 State Finals.
U16 State Finals
Feb. 28 - Mar. 1, 2015 - Ragged Mt. (scored)
SL;GS
Seeding:
All U16s who did not qualify to the Eastern Championship or Eastern
Finals from the qualifying series are entered in this event. Seeding is
based on that series rankings.
Rankings:
Selection method to be determined by the U16 Working Group and the
NHARA ACC. Information will be available by December 1st.
Refer to the USSA Competition Guide for an explanation of
New World Cup Points.
TEAM AWARDS
NHARA U16 Club Championship trophy: awarded to the top team in the 6
race qualifying series. The top 4 results (male or female) will be used for
each run of the series.
NHARA U16 State Finals trophy: Scoring the 2 U16 State Finals races
using New World Cup points. The top 4 results (male or female) will be
used to score this event.
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EASTERN U16 INVITATIONAL REGIONAL EVENTS
EASTERN RTO/RTG PROJECTS
See Eastern Calendar on Eastern website for details.
EASTERN U16 FINALS
March 12-15, 2015 - Sunday River, ME
SG Tr, SG, GS, SL
NH Quota: TBD by 12/1
EASTERN U16 CHAMPIONSHIPS
March 16-20, 2015 - Whiteface, NY
SG, SG, GS, SL
NH Quota: TBD by 12/1
U16 AM-CAN PREP
March 23, 2015 - Stowe, VT
Refer to Eastern website (www.ussaeast.com) for details.
U16 AM-CAN
March 24-26, 2015 - Stowe, VT
See the Eastern web site (www.ussaeast.com) for more info.
NATIONAL U16 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
and
ASSESSMENT PROJECT
March 30 - April 3, 2015 - Sugarloaf
3 Ely Road Suite 1, Fairlee VT 05045 800-555-0593 or 802-333-3711 www.
worldcupsupply.com
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UNSCORED COMPETITION
U16 and Children's Racing
NHARA Children’s Racing programs provide an opportunity for boys and
girls 15 and under, to develop their skills and experience the benefit of
competitive alpine ski racing. The Children’s Racing ladder is designed
for easy entry to the sport of ski racing and strives to provide appropriate
levels of the development and racing experience for each age group. As
skills develop, the more experienced racers can advance to regional events
and beyond.
An important organizational element in the U10, U12 and U14 programs,
is the grouping of racers and events by Divisions. Divisions are configured
with sensitivity to geographical compatibility and manageable field sizes.
These Divisions are listed on the following pages.
In addition to Divisional events, there are extensive opportunities to race in
USSA Open Races. The local Open Races are of a type and schedule to
have the added benefit of serving as preparation for the Divisional events.
All participating athletes must have the appropriate USSA Membership as
well as NHARA Membership. A NHARA membership is not required to enter
USSA Open races. Both memberships are required for NHARA U10-U16
sanctioned events. Additional USSA and NHARA membership information
can be found on page 15.
U16s must have a Competition License ($150) to compete in races. Refer
to pages 36-39 for description of the NHARA U16 program.
CLUBS
Participants in the U16 Program and the U12-U14 Program in New
Hampshire must be members of a NHARA Club. U12-U14 races are
entered as TEAMS by coaches. Do NOT send vouchers or money. Racers
must show current NHARA and USSA cards at NHARA events. Team lists
must include year of birth and USSA number. Independent racers may enter
NHARA Open Races provided that they are USSA members. NHARA cards
are not required at USSA Open events.
DIVISIONS
Eastern: Attitash, Bretton Woods, Cranmore, King Pine, Wildcat,
Black Mt., Abenaki
Central:Crotched Mt., Gunstock, McIntyre, Pats Peak, Ragged,
Granite Gorge
Northern:
Franconia, Loon, WVBBTS
Western: Blackwater, Cardigan, Ford Sayre, Mount Sunapee,
Whaleback
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UNSCORED OPEN RACES 2014-2015
DATE SITE
EVENT
D
FEE
TIME
12/20/14 Bretton Woods Minahan Night Race GS
((U10-U16)
$40
4:00
12/29/14
Crotched
Eneguess Mem. (U10-U16) GS
$40
9:30
12/31/14
12/31/14
Attitash
Waterville
Stan & Dan (U10-U14)
Dan Cardillo (U12-U14)
GS
GS
$50
$50
9:30
9:30
1/04/15
1/04/15
Loon
Pats Peak
Zwahlen Mem. (U10-U14) GS
Krantz Open (U10-U14)
GS $50
$43
9:30
9:30
1/11/15
1/11/15
1/11/15 King Pine
Cannon
Gunstock
Fun Run (U10-U14)
Dowse Mem. (U10-U14)
Gus Pitou. (U10-U14)
GS
SL
GS
$40
$40
$40
9:30
9:30
9:30
1/19/15
Cranmore
Schneider Cup (U10-U16) GS
$50
9:30
1/25/15
1/25/15
Sunapee
Skinner Cup (U12-U14)
Loon
Tina Sutton Mem (U10-U14)
$40
$50
9:30
9:30
1/31/15
Sunapee
U10 Kombi (U10)
Kombi
$35
9:30
3/09/15
Attitash
U14 Open SG
SG $60
9:30
3/15/15
3/15/15
3/15/15
3/15/15
Skiway Tecnica Winter Fin. (U10) Wildcat
Sap Run (U10-U14)
Cannon
Pendoley Mem. (U10-U14)
Pats Peak Josh Russell (U10-U14)
GS
GS
SL
SL
$40
$50
$40
$43
9:30
9:30
9:30
9:30
GS
SL 3/21/15
Sunapee
Chip Gilroy T-Shirt 
Dual GS $40
9:30
3/22/15
Ragged
Cote Open (U10-U14)
Parallel $40
10:00
3/28/15
3/29/15
Waterville
Crotched
Dan Bean (U10-U14)
Mug Race (U10-U16)
GS
Kombi
(U10-U16)
$50
$40
9:30
9:30
Please note:
None of the above events will accept U8s. Vouchers are required. See pages
15, 18 & 19 for info on how to enter races.
Some clubs are accepting on line registration for their races. Check with the
NHARA website to see if this option is available.
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U12/U14 PROGRAM
U14 Competition (YOB 2001 & 2002)
U14 non-scored competition (12 and 13 year-olds) is organized at close
to home areas for most of the season. The U14 program consists of nonscored Open races (GS, SL & SG) throughout the season and division
qualifiers in February for selection to the NHARA U14 Finals and NHARA
U14 Championships in early March. Athletes may qualify from the NH U14
Champs to the Eastern Region U14 Championships in mid-March. In late
March, the USSA Eastern Region and Alpine Quebec and Alpine Ontario
will compete at the non-scored U14 Can Am Races. Selection is from the
race portion of the Eastern U14 Championships. Information on access and
format will be available from your club and the NHARA website. Competitors
must hold a valid USSA youth competitor membership and a valid NHARA
membership for all programs.
NHARA U14 Competition Progression
30B/30G
Eastern U14 Championships
NH quota:39
NHARA U14 One day
Speed Camps - Skiway
Note: State quota varies for
Invitational events. Spots are filled by
established NHARA Children’s Racing
Committee selectionprocedures.
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NHARA U14 Championships
5M,5W
NHARA U14 Finals
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Eastern U14
Fundamentals Camp
NH Quota: 8
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Eastern U14 Can-Am Prep
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Eastern U14 Can-Am
U14 Division
Races
USSA Open
Races
U12 Competition (YOB 2004 & 2003)
U12 non-scored competition (10 and 11 year-olds) is organized at close to
home areas for most of the season. The U12 program consists of non-scored
Open GS & SL races throughout the season and with division qualifiers
in February for selection to the NHARA U12 Finals and NHARA U12
Championships in early March. Competitors must hold a valid USSA youth
competitor membership and current NHARA membership for all programs.
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U12/U14 DIVISION QUALIFIERS
East:
1/25/15
2/08/15
2/22/15
Cranmore
GS
Wildcat
GS
Bretton Woods SL
Qualifier
Qualifier
Qualifier
$43
$43
$40
Central: 1/25/15
2/08/15
2/22/15
Ragged
Crotched
Gunstock
GS
SL
GS
Qualifier
Qualifier
Qualifier
$40
$40
$40
North:
2/01/15
2/08/15
2/22/15
Cannon
Loon
Waterville
SL
GS
GS
Qualifier
Qualifier
Qualifier
$40
$50
$50
West:
2/01/15
2/15/15
2/22/15
Sunapee
Skiway
Skiway
GS
GS
SL
Qualifier
Qualifier
Qualifier
$40
$40
$40
Note: No voucher is required for Division Qualifiers. Entry fees are payable the
day of the race. Check with your coach for Start times.
The Jan./Feb. portion of the U12/U14 schedule is a 3 race series (SL, GS)
within each of the four divisions. Scoring is the best 2 of 6 runs. Results will
be used to select those qualifying for the U12/U14 Championships.
U12/U14 QUOTAS
The State quota is based on the Jan/Feb series. Divisional quotas are
determined annually on a proportional basis, reflecting individual division
size as of February1st. Divisional quotas are ratable by age and gender.
Quotas will be rounded up where needed. These quotas will be posted on
the NHARA website by February 5th. Divisions qualify athletes to the Finals
and Championships on a simple place point results (ties broken externally),
based on the February Series.
All U12s (10 & 11 year olds) and U14s (12 & 13 year olds) who did not
qualify for the U12/U14 Championships may compete at the U12/U14 State
Finals. The quotas for these two events will be calculated so there will be
two equal sized fields. Those competing at the State Finals can qualify for
the Championships by finishing in the top 5 in the overall final standings.
The best 2 of 4 runs are used to determine these standings.
All schedules, quotas, scoring procedures
will be posted on the NHARA web site.
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STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AND EASTERN REGION
INVITATIONAL EVENTS
NHARA U12 & U14 FINALS:
Cranmore
Friday, Feb. 27: Training Day - $25 payable at Registration
Saturday, Feb 28: SL for U14 and GS for U12
Sunday, March 1: GS for U14 and SL for U12
NHARA U12 CHAMPIONSHIPS:
Wildcat
Friday, March 7:
Training Day - Fee $40
Saturday, March 8: GS
Sunday, March 9: SL
NHARA U14 CHAMPIONSHIPS:Attitash
Friday, March 7:
Training Day - Fee $40
Saturday, March 8 SL
Sunday, March 9: GS
Entry fee of $90-2-day event for everyone payable at Registration on the
first day includes a tee shirt for each competitor. Competitors must have
their USSA and NHARA Membership cards in hand to register. Start Time:
9:30 AM each day.
EASTERN U14 TECH FUNDAMENTALS CAMP
December 12-14, 2014 -Sunday River, ME
NHARA Quota: 8
Qualifying is from the 2014 BWL State Championships.
EASTERN U14 CHAMPIONSHIPS
March 13-16, 2015 - Stowe, VT
NHARA Quota: 39
Qualifying is from the 2014 NHARA U14 State Championships,
using the best two of four runs, on a simple place point basis.
EASTERN CAN-AM PREP
March 25, 2015 - MT. Tremblanc
and
EASTERN U14 CAN-AM
March 26-29, 2015 - Mt. Tremblanc
Qualifying is from the Eastern U14 Championships: 30 Boys/ 30 Girls
Refer to the Eastern website for information on additional projects, etc.
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FRANCIS PICHГ€ INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Gunstock - March 12-15, 2015
Hosted by the Gunstock Ski Club,this event provides an opportunity for U12
and U14 athletes from the eastern region to come together for a weekend
of training and racing. The event starts with a training day followed by a GS.
There is also an optional extra training day and optional SL race.
Qualifying: U14s: From the U14 State Championship results, after the quota
to the Eastern U14 Championships, the next six places in each gender are
named as the U14 NH StateTeam to the Francis Piche Championships.
U12s: As above, the first 10 places of each gender are named as the U12
NH State Team to the Francis Piche Champs.
U10 Competition (YOB 2005 & 2006)
U10 non-scored competition (8 and 9 year-olds) is organized at close to
home areas for most of the season. The U10 program consists of nonscored Open GS & SL races and divisional Skills events throughout the
season. U10s are not eligible for qualifying to the U12 Championship
events or to participate in divisional qualifiers. Competitors must hold a
valid USSA youth membership and NHARA membership for all sanctioned
NHARA programs.
NHARA U10 Division Skilld Events
Vouchers are not required . Entry is by coaches’ list within division.
Eastern Division
1/25/15 Skills Day
Northern Division
1/24/15 Skills Day/short /turns
1/31/15 Skills Day/medium turns
2/14/15 Skills Day/long turns
Cranmore
$40
Waterville
Loon
Cannon
$40
$40
$40 An updated calendar of divisional Skills events will be posted on the
NHARA website.
U8 Competition (YOB 2007 & 2008)
U8 non-scored competition (6 and 7 year-olds) is organized at your home
area or close to home area for the season. Club and divisional events
will be calendared that focus on measurable skills in a fun and positive
environment emphasizing the development of the fundamental skiing
skills of balance, agility, basic carving and coordination. U8s in NH are not
eligible to participate in Open races or qualifying events. A membership in
USSA is required if your home club is a USSA club. A NHARA membership
is not required.
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HIGH SCHOOL RACING
Many NHARA athletes train and compete during the week with high school
teams providing these athletes with valuable midweek training. Several
NHARA programs link with the high school programs with cross over
coaching and by helping the high schools host races.
During President’s week the top 10 male and female skiers from the four
high school divisions ski in the NH Qualifier for the Eastern High School
Championships. This event is a best two out of four run shootout to pick
the 20 male and female athletes who will ski for NH at the Eastern High
School Championships.
The Championships have been hotly contested for over twenty years. The
site rotates between ski areas in New Hampshire and Vermont. Held in mid
March, the Championships are a USSA scored event with teams from as
far away as New Jersey and Wisconsin.
In recent years the NH teams have dominated the Championships with their
strong skiing and their team spirit. This success reflects the strength and
cooperation of the high schools and the supporting NHARA programs.
Aaron Loukes is the NH Coordinator and Dan Marshall is the Chairman of
Eastern High School Racing.
NHARA Team to the Eastern High School Championships
Attitash March 8-9, 2014
Girls:
Boys:
Maggie Rockett Haley Dame
Jacob Remick
Brendan Bryck
Indiana Jones
Caitlin Houston
Aiden Wheeler
Lucas Tinkham
Pearce Bourassa Jaiden Evarts
Christopher Stocken Timothy Weeks
Jillian Thomas Sophia Dobrowski Adam Wright
Sunguk Choir
Lauren Sullivan Karragen Boyle
Bailey Clermont
Aj Pratt
Annika Hamilton Danielle Gould
Christopher Stocken Patrick Hughes
TEAM RESULTS
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Vermont Massachusetts
New Hampshire Connecticut
New York
Wisconsin
Maine
Pennsylvania
New Jersey
SARA
MDV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Men
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Maine
Wisconsin
Connecticut
New Jersey
New York
MDV
Pennsylvania
SARA
USSA MASTERS ALPINE RACING
www.nemasters.org
Racers 18 years of age and older are eligible to participate in all sanctioned
USSA National and Divisional races for Masters (age as of Dec. 31, 2014).
Racers must have a current USSA license (Masters, Student or Competitor
if 18 to 24 years of age, Coaches if under 40 years of age or Temporary see website for more specific info). Competition is divided into classes or
five-year increments, determined by age.
Entry Fees, Procedures and Deadlines:
Entries must reach race organizers by the Wednesday before the race to
assure entry into the race and avoid late fees. A separate entry form and
check should be submitted for each race entered. On line registration will
be available for most or all races this season. See the Masters website
for details.
NEW ENGLAND MASTERS ALPINE RACING
New England Masters Skiing, Inc. is a non-profit corporation which
administers the Sise Cup Series.This series offers a season-long schedule
of races. There are prizes for individual races and several two or three
race events as well as overall and individual discipline season awards to
the best male and female racer, and age class champions. Scoring is a
modified world cup point system. Race rules are those of the FIS except
as modified by USSA, the USSA Alpine Masters National Working Group
and New England Masters Skiing, Inc. Awards and social gatherings are
held after each race.
New England Masters Ski Racing Foundation Scholarships
Scholarships will be awarded this year to two athletes who are 18 years
and younger in VT and two in NH. Refer to the NHARA website for
further information information and an application form.
NEW ENGLAND MASTERS SKIING INC.
Nadine Price, President, 272 Lookout Rd., Pittsfield, VT 05762
(802)746-8850; [email protected]
Lucy Blake, Race Administrator; [email protected]
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“M.J.’S” RACE
March 20, 2015
Thank you racers, families, coaches and corporations
for supporting the “M.J.” Foundation and enabling us
to promote competitive skiing and athletic support of
our NHARA youth.
We look forward to the 2014-2015 season and
encourage those racers and youth needing financial
aid to apply in writing to the:
Martin-John LaFoley Foundation
c/o Beverly L. LaFoley
PO Box 1763
Meredith, NH 03253
www.mjfoundation.org
email:[email protected]
Good luck in 2014-2015!
The LaFoley Family
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In remembrance
of
Emily Townsend Crane
Emily Crane made a huge impact on ski racing in New
Hampshire, the sport she and her family loved so much.
Her passing on July 4th, 2013 has left a significant void
in the New Hampshire ski racing community. She was
amazing at tallying the results, scoring and standings.
She was a treasure and will be missed.
Donations may be made to the
NHARA/ Emily Crane Scholarship Fund. and sent to:
New Hampshire Alpine Racing Association
P.O. Box 1344
Campton, NH 03223
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FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR NHARA RACERS
EASEF - support is used to directly reduce the cost of all athletes who
participate in certain high level events such as Nor Am, US Nationals,
U18 Nationals and various USSA camps. See the Eastern website (www.
ussaeast.com) for further information and forms.
Out-Of-Division Events
NHARA racers participating in the Nor-Ams, US Alpine Championships,
U18 Nationals, and/or U16 Skills Assessment Project & U14 International
Events may receive support from NHARA:
To be eligible for this support the racer must belong to NHARA and have
started at least 4 NHARA races in the current season. (MJ’s race and UNH
Fund Raiser do not count)
Checks will be issued in May with amounts to be determined by the Racer
Support Committee after considering the funds available and costs to
racers.
Camps
NHARA racers invited to National Camps should apply to the Racer Support
Committee for support. This application must include a budget. To be
eligible, the racer should have started at least 4 NHARA races in the most
recent season, and must be a current NHARA member. Support for up to
one third of the cost to the racer could be granted. Application forms are
available from Dan Marshall.
Elite athletes should be aware of the funds available from Friends of New
Hampshire Skiing for participation in US Ski Team Development Programs.
For further information: contact Karl Stone, Ski New Hampshire, PO Box
528, North Woodstock NH 03262.
NHARA Heritage Fund
This fund has been established to provide support for former NHARA
athletes in their quest to make the U.S. Ski Team.
NHARA racers in need of general financial aid should be aware of the
following sources.
Douglas Alafat Memorial Ski Foundation,
PO Box 367, Lebanon, NH 03766
Josh Russell Ski Racing Scholarship Fund, contact Peter Russell
at [email protected]; www.jrskiracing.org.
“M.J.” LaFoley Foundation, c/o Beverly LaFoley, P.O. Box 1763,
Meredith, NH 03253; email:[email protected];
www.mjfoundation.org
Fast Skier Scholarship, c/o Brad Williams, World Cup Supply,
Ely Road , Suite 1, Fairlee VT 05045; 800-555-0593 or
802-333-3711 ; www.worldcupsupply.com
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2013-2014 SERIES RESULTS AND TEAMS
MACOMBER CUP TEAM SCORING
Team
Women Men
Total
1131
1368
637
255 364
1725
903
591
742
559
2856
2271
1228
997
923
1
2
3
4
5
FSC/HOLD
WVBBTS GSC
MWV
PSU
MACOMBER CUP FINAL STANDINGS
Women:
Men:
1 Indiana Jones
GSC
247
1 Garrett Quimby
2 Teagan Mosenthal HOLD 216
2 Christopher Yopp
3 Anna Foley
BBTS 185
3 Dakota Thompson
4 Caitlin Houston
GSC 155
4 Aiden Wheeler
5 Annika Hamilton
FSC 154
5 David Lozeau
Women:
1 Julia Cantin
2. Sarah Gillis
3. Evarts Jaiden
4 Lemerise, Brookes
5. Gonya, Nicole
TECNICA CUP FINAL STANDINGS
Men:
HOLD
133
1 Timothy Weeks
HOLD
130. 2 Crowley Gentile
PATS 117 3 Hastings, Peter
MWV
96 4 Gorton, Elijah
PATS
91 5. Mason Peverly PSU
GSC
BBTS
GSC
FSC
262
168
167
145
135
PATS
PROC
HOLD
SUN
GSC
144
136
131
85
83
LAFOLEY SPRING SERIES FINAL STANDINGS
Women:
1 Marshall, Alexandra
2. Straer, Emily
3. Alicia Fairbrothers
4. Lauren Sullivan
5 Morgan Crowther
FSC 295
HOLD 248
PROC 214
GSC 207
MWV 158
Men:
1 Perry Craver
HOLD
2 Dougie Deluca
HOLD
3 Geoffrey Bonewald UNH
3 Liam O'Reilly
HOLD
5 Yopp, Christopher GSC
277
198
195
185
150
Attending the National U16 Nationals Project
Park City, UT March 30 - April 4 2014
Girls: Anna Foleyi, BBTS; Alexa Dannis, HOLD; Emma Rya, BBTS
Boys: Hunter Brayton, BBTS:Casey Segal, FSC;Giovanni Lazzari, BBTS;
Brian Seltzer, FSA
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NHARA RACERS TO THE MARRIOTT NATIONAL U18 CHAMPS
Squaw Valley, CA - March 19-23, 2014
Women: Kelly DiNapoli, Holderness; Ryann Daley, BBTS;
Rose Caston, DOC; Lizzie Kistler, DOC
Men: Jeremy Epstein, BBTS; Peter Fucigna, BBTS; Max Lash, Holderness
NHARA RACERS TO THE EASTERN JUNIOR FIS FINALS
Women:
Kelly Anne Dinapoli
Mariah Zanca
Whitney Hadden
Ryann Daley
Brielle Antonelli
Payton Spencer
Elizabeth Cameron
Ellyn Pier
Alexandra Marshall
Collette Gould
Taylor Cudhea
Alexandra Clarke
Erica Florian
Cameron Huftalen
Marika Nawrocki
Okemo. VT - March 8-12, 2014
Ingrid Donnan
A.J. Chabot
Molly Van Deursen
Elijah Peake
Jillian Salvucci
Cameron DiGiacomo
Nicole Taylor
Jackson Burdett
Charlotte Lemgart
David Lozeau
Cortland Begor
Robert Whyte
Men:
Paul Klosterman
Sam Macomber
Matthew Cote
Prescott McLaughlin
Asa Frankowski
Scott Cooper
Dakota Thompson
Andrew Yoviene
Sabri Eyuboglu
Colman Lamb
Zachary Godwin
Nick Lacasse
Takehiro Watenabe
Sean Robinson
Jackson Vanson-Borwick
Dougie DeLuca
NHARA RACERS TO THE USSA EASTERN USSA FINALS
Gore, NY February 28-March 3, 2014
Women:
Caitlin Houston
Erica Florian
Indiana Jones
Cameron Huftalen
Jaiden Evarts
Paris Healey
Lindsay Richardson
Naomi Moritz
Emma Walsh
GSC
PROC
GSC
Pats
Pats
PROC
PROC
PROC
PROC
Men:
Patrick McDermott
Will Reynolds
Christopher Yopp
Matthew Elliot
Speight Drummond
Alexander VanRaalte
Zach Dunn
Jack Costello
MWV
PROC
GSC
MWV
PROC
PROC
PROC
SUN
Attending the U16 National Project
Park City, Utah- April 1-4, 2014
Girls: Tatum Coutou, BBTS; Alexa Dannis; HOLD;Emma Ryan, BBTS;Anna
Foley, BBTS
Boys: Hunter Brayton, BBTS; Giovanni Lazzari, BBTS:; Brian Seltzer,
FSA:Casey Segal, FSC
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NHARA TEAM TO THE EASTERN U16 CHAMPIONSHIPS
Whiteface, NY - March 6-10, 2014
Anna Foley
Tess Coutu
Haily Blatchford
Sarah Gillis
Ashley Houser
Maya Bernie
Courtney Couture
Victoria Chernin
Alexa Dannis
Morgan Crowther
Madelyn Glavin
Taylor Dobbins
Emma Niiler
Elizabeth Osuchowski
Kristina Wolff
Lucie Cildehaus
Brianna Stout
Brianna Stout
BBTS
BBTS
PROC
HOLD
BBTS
KP
FSA
KUA
HOLD
MWV
KP
HOLD
KP
HOLD
BBTS
FSC
LRT
LRT
Cameron Easton
Crowley Gentile
Luke Hanlon
Giovanni Lzzari
Noah Drummond
Brian Seltzer
Joseph Gillis
Hnter Brayton
Nils Kingston
Bailey Laidman
RJ Humphreys
Morgan Dawkins
William Trudeau
Lyons Brown
Peter Rowe
Ryan Pratt
Matt Austin
Ben Slater
Eric Bonewald
Derek Peake
MWV
PROC
FSC
BBTS
PROC
FSA
HOLD
BBTS
FSA
ATT
FSC
HOLD
HOLD
BBTS
BBTS
FSC
BBTS
BBTS
PROC
BBTS
NHARA TEAM TO THE EASTERN U16 FINALS
Sunday River, ME - March 6-9, 2014
Avery Melville
PROC
Elliot Ryan
BBTS
Maura Rapposelli
CMCC
David Stocken
FSA
Lauren Turner
BBTS
Jay PierWILD
nna Whitney
BBTS
Fletcher Robbins
GSC
Lindsay Hyland
LRT
Chad Hamblet
GSC
Shelbie Osak
BBTS
William Austin
SUN
Gracie Getman
BBTS
Diego Viladoms
HOLD
Nicole Gonya
PATS
Andre Scherding
KUA
*Rulon Shea
FSC
*John Carmone
BBTS
*Madeline Austin
SUN
*John Connolly
SUN
*Hanna Bancroft
BBTS
*Joseph Wirth
SUN
Attending the U16 AM-CAN
Mt. Tremblanc, Quebec - March 20-23, 2014
Girls: Tess Coutou, BBTS; Sarah Gillis; HOLD; Alexa Dannis, HOLD
Boys: Luke Han lon, FSC; Derek Peake, BBTS: Nils Kingston, FSA; Peter Rowe,
BBTS;Jay Pier, WILD
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2014 NHARA U16 TEAM STANDINGS
U16 Qualifier Series
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Team Total
WVBBTS
HOLD PROC FSC
FSA
U16 State Finals
1810
1031
918 628 496
319
255
186
153
152 KP
MWV
LRT
KUA
GSC
1
2
3
3
4
Team
Total
SUN FSC
BBTS
LRT
PATS
600
530
511
215
196
2014 NHARA U16 STATE TEAM
Rulon Shea
Madeline Austin
Hanna Bancroft
Emma Moore
Jill Durkin
Sophia Dobrowski
Francesca Napoli
Kimberly Kikel
Jeanette Cunningham
Katrina Johnson
FSC
SUN
BBTS
PATS
SUN
PATS
BWST
BBTS
FSC
WILD
John Carmone
John Connolly
Joseph Wirth
Tyler Hanf
Colby Conley
Luke Cuticelli
Eli Tamok
Nathan Maves-Moore
Ben Mallinger
Paul Menard
BBTS
SUN
SUN
GSC
FSC
PROC
CMCC
BBTS
SUN
LRT
2014 NHARA U14 CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAM RESULTS
Combined
Place
Girls
Boys
1
BBTS
794
BBTS
425
BBTS
369
2
FSC
609
GSC
290
SUN
358
3
GSC
476
FSC
268
FSC
341
4
SUN
468
FS
148
GSC
476
5
FS
291
CRAN
126
FS
143
2014 NHARA U12 CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAM RESULTS
Combined
Place
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Girls
Boys
1
BBTS
774
BBTS
417
BBTS
357
2
SUN
531
FS
272
GSC
291
3
GSC
504
SUN
253
SUN
278
4
LRT
457
CRAN
223
LRT
255
5
FS
350
GSC
213
FSC
129
2014 NHARA U12 STATE TEAM
Zoe Zimmerman
Haley Castner
Grace Braun
Jacqueline Salvucci
Pernilla Shaw
Celine Sommer
Summer Brayton
Maia Garfield
Riley Craft
Eva Schiffman
BBTS
CRAN
BBTS
BBTS
SUN
GSC
BBTS
FS
FS
FS
Maxx Parys
Jay Driver
Nicolas Hotermans
Will Bertram
Joseph Colwell
Connor Glavin
Jack Rodgers
Colter Lingelbach-Pierce
Berhanu Stevens
D. Riley Gustafson
GSC
SUN
BBTS
BBTS
BBTS
KP
LRT
FS
RMST
SUN
2014 NHARA U14 STATE TEAM
Tatem Coutu
Emma Ryan
Claudia Cantin
Hannah Trudeau
Kylie Willis
Ruby Antonioli
Kathryn Potter
Maria Cavallero
Ashley Rose Humphreys
Aston Coleman
BBTS
BBTS
GSC
BBTS
FSC
BBTS
FSC
GSC
FSC
CRAN
Casey Segal
Mitchell Sampson
Bradshaw Underhill
Samuel Braun
Max Martin
Ben Lash
Oliver Morgan
Zane Zimmerman
Cameron Carey
Reed Wilson
FSC
FSC
SUN
BBTS
SUN
BBTS
FS
BBTS
GSC
FSC
Invited to the EASTERN U14 CHAMPIONSHIPS
Stowe, VT March 14-17, 2014
All members of the NHARA U14 State Team listed above plus the following:
Elese Sommer
Elizabeth Murphy
Maggie McCutcheon
Mari Nakimura
Sarah Bozuwa
Paige Hill
Jessie Gentilelia
GSC
BBTS
FS
BBTS
FS
KP
BBTS
Ryan Hart
Robert Underhill
Owen Cottrill
Dow Jones
Tim Hotermans
Cameron Lent
Dexter Hanson
Garrett Johnson
Christopher Golden
FSC
SUN
SUN
GSC
BBTS
PATS
BBTS
BBTS
SUN
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NHARA DIRECTORY 2014- 2015
ANTONIDES, Craig; PO Box 113, Waterville Valley, NH 03215;
603-726-2022; [email protected]
AVERY, Doug: P.O. Box 366; Intervale, NH 03845; 603-374-2675;
[email protected]
BARTLETT, Skip: PO Box 107, Silver Lake, NH 03875; H 603-387-5564;
O 603-356-5544 ext 240; [email protected];
[email protected]
BLANK, Brian: 145 Main Street, Durham, NH 03824 O: 603.862.3893
Fax: 603.862.0594; Cell: 603-964-4424; [email protected]
BLOMBACK, Kris: Pats Peak, P.O. Box 2448, Henniker, NH 03242;
603-428-3245 ext 107; [email protected]
BOWNES, Kim: 51 Mad River Rd., Campton, NH 03223;
O 603-535-2771; Cell:603-630-2565; [email protected];
[email protected]
BRIMBLECOM, Jeff: 120 Ward St, Manchester, NH 03104;
H-603-625-4141; [email protected]
CAPAUL, Georg: P.O. Box 157, Campton, NH 03223; H 603-726-8807;
[email protected]
CAFLISCH,Melissa: O 603-222-4283; Cell: 716-485-3864;
[email protected]
COSMAN, Mike: 319 Mansfield St., Sharon, MA 02067;
H 617-828-9497; C 603-991-2573; [email protected]
CRAIG, Drew: POB 433, Hampton, NH 03843; 603 348 7117;
[email protected]; [email protected]
DAHL, Ivar: Tecnica/Blizzard; 47 Pleasant St., Plymouth, NH 03264;
Cell 603-630-5462; [email protected]
DAWSON, Matt: 978-337-1195; [email protected]
DEMAGGIO, Gus: PO Box 293, Meriden NH 03770; 603 469 2108;
603 276 9075; [email protected]
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DODGE, Peter: DOC, Box 9, Hanover, NH 03755; O 603-646-3980;
[email protected]
DRUMMOND, Ben: Team and Promotions Manager, Head Wintersports
USA, P.O. Box 451, Wilmot, NH 03287; 603-369-7739;
[email protected]
DRUMMOND, Drew: PO Box 586, South Sutton, NH 03273;
[email protected]
DUMOND, Bob: Granite Gorge Ski Area;PO Box 545, Keene/Roxbury
NH 03431; 603 358 5000; [email protected]
FISHER, Jake: 541 Main Street, New London, NH 03257;
O: 603-526-3608; F: 603-526-3435; [email protected]
FIRSTBROOK, Jill: 15 Richards Rd, Newbury, NH 03255; Mt. Sunapee,
PO Box 2021, Newbury, NH 03255
H 603-938-6128; O 603-763-3500 Ext. 3548;
H [email protected]; O [email protected]
FLANDERS, Deb: PO Box 93, Newbury, NH 03255; 603-763-3448;
[email protected]
FLAVIN, Tom: 3090 E. Conway Rd, Center Conway NH 03813;
H 603-939-2333; [email protected]
GALLAGHER, Mike: 129 Pemi River Rd., PO Box 776,
Thornton, NH 03285; 603-254-4409; [email protected]
GANNON, Andrew: O 603-535-2773; Cell 603-387-6870;
[email protected]
GEORGE, Howard: 1 Bridge Rd., Andover, NH 03216; 603-735-5590;
[email protected]
GILL, Greg: 59 Main St, Sutton,NH 03221; H 603-927-4947;
C 603-748-4933; [email protected]
GREGORY, Dave; PO Box 780, Intervale, NH 03845;
O & F 603-356-7627; Cell: 603-520-1642; [email protected]
GUILBERT, Jason: 490 Bog Rd, Campton, NH 03223;
H 603-536-3889; Cell: 603-455-6890; [email protected]
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HOLLAND, Peter: 99 Clinton St., E7, Concord, NH 03301;
O 800-967-8436 x256;; Fax 603-888-8466; Cell 603-490-5541;
[email protected]
IACOPINO, Jack and Jen: 55 Morse Hill Rd, Newbury, NH 03255
603-938-6065; Jack: [email protected]; Jen: [email protected]
KNIGHT, Chip: 603-646-3760; [email protected]
LAFOLEY, Bev: Martin-John LaFoley Foundation; PO Box 1763,
Meredith, NH 03253; H 603-253-6263; (603) 253-3811;
[email protected]
LALLA, Jason: 17 Stephanie Rd., Dunbarton NH 03046;
H 603 774 7788; Cell: 603 244 6892; [email protected]
LOUKES, Aaron: 138 Pollard Road, Lincoln, NH 03251;
Cell 603-348-6181; [email protected]
MacMAHON, Jim: 593 Lear Rd., Unity, NH 03773; 603 863-4784;
[email protected]
MAGUIRE, Tim: 18 Bullard Road, Jaffrey, NH 03452; 603-933-3820;
[email protected]
MANSEAU, Jake: 603.440.9447; [email protected]
MARA: Laurel Lashar; Competition and Events,Sugarloaf;
O 207-237-6896; F 207-237-3026; [email protected]
MARSHALL, Dan: 47 Kidder St., Manchester, NH 03101;
H 603-669-9697; Cell: 603-320-0500; [email protected]
MARTINEAU, Scott: 31 Redcoat Drive, Hampstead, NH 03841;
603-329-5928; [email protected]
MAYBEE, Harry: PO Box 14, Francestown, NH 03043; after Nov 1:
Box 263, Twin Mtn., NH 03595; 603-547-0441; [email protected]
McKAY, Stu: 169 Humphrey St., Marblehead, MA 01945;
(617) 838-3236.; [email protected]
McQUADE, Bill: PO Box 1409, Dover, NH 03821; Cell 207-837-0127;
[email protected]
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MURPHY, Tim: 781-477-4726; [email protected]
MUSIAL, Don: 508-561-1581; [email protected]
NEVINS, Bob: 673 River Road, Henniker NH 03242;
Office & Cell: 603-568-8106 cell/office; H 603-428-3889;
[email protected]
NEVINS, Travis: 62 Alumni Dr., Canaan NH 03741; 603-568-4442;
[email protected]
NEW ENGLAND MASTERS SKIING: PO Box 147, Warren, VT, 05674;
802-496-2754; www.nemasters.org
NEWMAN, Ted: 4 Bishops Gate Road, Wolfeboro, NH 03894;
Office & Cell: 603-569-5690; [email protected]
NHARA Office; PO Box 1344, Campton, NH 03223;
O & F 603-726-3307; [email protected]; www.nhalpine.org
NIILER, Craig: 537 Huckins Rd., Freedom, NH 03836;
603-367-8896 (at King Pine) Ext. 204; H 603-539-2265;
O 603-539-2069 Ext.19; [email protected]
NYSSRA Office - Connie Webster: 2616 Beckwith Bay,
Cazenovia, NY 13035; O 315-655-2216; F 315-655-2212;
[email protected]; www.nyssra.org
OLIVER, Bev: 31 Mohawk Rd, Andover, MA 01810;H 978-475-0722;
F 470-0372; Ski 603-726-8121; Cell: 978-886-4983;
[email protected]; [email protected]
OSUCHOWSKI, John & Laurie: 7 Serenity Lane; Meredith, NH 03253;
603-279-4387; [email protected]
POLLINI, Jay: PO Bo 481,Wolfeboro, NH 03894; 603-387-4399;
[email protected]
PRICE, Eric: [email protected]
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PRICE, Nadine: 272Lookout Rd., Pittsfield, VT 05762; 803-746-8810;
[email protected]
PURCELL, MATT: 60 Thompson Rd, Hanover, NH 03755;
H 603-643-5716; [email protected]
RIESS, Gerd; P.O. Box 164, E. Thetford, VT 05043; H 802-333-9157;
[email protected]
SALATHГ€, David & Morgan: Proctor Academy, PO Box 500,
Andover, NH 03216; 603-735-5971; O 603-735-6835;
[email protected]; [email protected]
SCHRAMM, Ryan: PO Box 317, Danbury, NH 03230; 603-768-3600;
Cell: 610-883-6859; [email protected]
SMITH, Rich: Program Director Franconia Ski Club; O 603-823-7106;
C 603-498-3854; [email protected]
STEPHAN, Jake: 40 Round Pond Rd , Freedom, NH 03836
C: 603- 986- 4467; [email protected]
STEVENS, Laurie; PO Box 1402, Campton, NH 03223;
603 540-9831; [email protected]
STOKLOZA, Peter: 47 Adams Road, Plymouth NH 03264;
W 603-236-3604 or 603-236-4246; Fax: 603-236-9906;
[email protected]
SUTTON, Ted; PO Box 730, Lincoln, NH 03251;
H 603-745-6318; O Ted: 603-348-7912; [email protected].com
TURTON, Fred: PO Box 1561, Campton, NH 03223;
Tel: 207-671-9084; [email protected]
UNDERHILL, JR, Robert K.: 15 Richards Road, Newbury, NH 03255
W: March-November 603-627-0099 H 603-938-6128;
Cell:603-731-4158; [email protected];
[email protected]
USSA National Office: PO Box 100, Park City, UT 84060; 435-649-9090;
Member Services: 435-647-2666; www.ussa.org
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USSA EASTERN ALPINE OFFICE:
110 Mountain Road, Westford, VT 05494
USSA - Eastern Region Alpine Development Director - Eric Harlow
(435) 640-8509
[email protected]
Eastern Region Alpine Program Manager - Patti Nichols
(802) 343-1395; (435) 645-0110
[email protected]
Eastern Region Coach - Martin Guyer
(802) 279-5849
[email protected]
Eastern Region Children’s Development Manager - Tom Ashworth
(435) 602-9725; Fax 435-645-0105
[email protected]
Eastern Region Alpine Administrator: Janet Larson
(802) 468-2408; Fax (435) 645-0107
[email protected]
Eastern Website: www.ussaeast.com
http://ussa.org/alpine-programs/regions/eastern-region
VARA Office: Julie Woodworth; PO Box 82, Cavendish, VT 05142;
802-226-8188; F 802-226-7117; [email protected]; www.vara.org
VARGO, Korry: 217 Woodhaven Dr., Unit 5A, White River Jct.,
VT 05001; Cell: 603-715-7348; [email protected] WORKMAN, Mike:12 Shellcamp Rd., Gilmanton, NH 03237;
H 603-267-1758; [email protected]
ZEIDERS, Glenn: SWOSCOLCOM N76 ; C 401-841-6048:
[email protected]
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NHARA CLUBS
PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN of the BOARD or PROGRAM DIRECTOR
ABENAKI
Aynne de Beer
ATTITASH
Don Musial
BLACK MTN
Glenn Zeiders
BRETTON WOODS
Stu McKay
CRANMORE
Skip Bartlett
CROTCHED MTN
Brian Allison
FORD SAYRE (FSA)
Bob Couture
FRANCONIA
David Fitzgerald
GRANITE GORGE
Robert Dumond
GUNSTOCK
Scott Wilkinson
KING PINE
Craig Niiler
[email protected]
LOON
P.J. Browne
[email protected]
MCINTYRE
Ross Boivert
[email protected]
MT SUNAPEE
Jill Firstbrook
[email protected]
MWV
Hugh Merryweather [email protected]
PATS PEAK
Pete Sampson
[email protected]
PROCTOR
Dave SalathГЁ
[email protected]
RAGGED MTN
Tom Hammill
[email protected]
WILDCAT
Matt Tracy
WVBBTS
Tyler Gannon
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attitashraceteam.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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NHARA CLUB WEBSITES
ATT
Attitash
BBTS
Waterville Valley BBTS
www.wvbbts.org
BLMT
Black Mountain
www.blackmt.com
BW
Bretton Woods
www.bwskiteam.org/
CMCC
Crotched Mt.
www.crotchedmountainracing.org
CMS
Cardigan Mt. School
www.cardigan.org
CRAN
Cranmore
www.cranmore.com
CSC
Colby-Sawyer College
www.colby-sawyer.edu
DOC
Dartmouth College
www.dartmouth.edu/~dartski
FS
Ford Sayre
www.fordsayre.org/
FSA
Ford Sayre Academy
www.fordsayre.org/academy.htm
FSC
Franconia Ski Club
www.franconiaskiclub.com
GSC
Gunstock
www.gunstockskiclub.org
HOLD
Holderness
www.holderness.org
KP
King Pine
www.kingpine.com/skiing.php
KUA
Kimball Union Academy
www.kua.org
LRTLoonwww.loonracing.com/
MCIMcIntyrewww.mcintyreskiarea.com/
MWV
Mt. Washington Valley,
www.mwvskiteam.com
PATS
Pats Peak
www.patspeakracing.org/
PROC
Proctor Academy
www.proctoracademy.org
PSU
Plymouth State University www.plymouth.edu
RMS
Ragged Mt.
www.raggedskiteam.com/ SUN
Mount Sunapee www.mountsunapee.com
UNH
University of NH
www.unhwildcats.com
WILD
Wildcat Mt. A.E.F.
www.wildcatskiteam.com
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ALPINE RACE ENTRY FORM (VOUCHER)
Please make copies of this voucher, cut the copy out on the dotted
lines, completely fill out the requested information and send to the Race
Administrator with payment.
Please note:
пЃ®Vouchers are required for all open races.
пЃ®A voucher must be accompanied by a check for each racer wanting
to enter an event. (e.g. 4 entries require 4 vouchers & 4 checks)
пЃ®Please do not change the size of the form.
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updated 11.18.2014