Hello All Mountain and Snowboard Home Teams,
This weekend we will be hosting a Big Mountain style event for the All Mountain Home Ski and Snowboard Teams.
This event will consist of 2 runs down Bear Paw. Best run counts for your score.
The riders will be evaluated using the following IFSA criteria:
- Line Choice: Each competitor chooses his/her line or route down the course. High scores are given for choosing difficult routes. Difficulty is determined by steepness, exposure, air, snow and course conditions.
- Control: Competitors must remain in control at all times. Any loss of control will result in a lower score. Skillful recoveries will reduce penalties.
- Fluidity: Constant direction towards a goal. This includes continuity, pace, and smooth transitions between sections of the course. Falling or stopping can have a negative impact in this category
- Technique: Competitors are judged on style and turn quality relating to big mountain freeriding.
- Style & Energy: This encompasses the pace, energy and creativity with which a competitor attacks or descends his/her chosen line or route. Style focuses on freestyle execution of maneuvers.
Bear Paw Bash Schedule
09:25-09:30: meet at flag, pass out bibs
09:30-10:30: directed free skiing
10:30-11:00: training on Bear Paw (2 runs)
11:00-11:30: Bear Paw Bash (*2 runs, best of)
11:30-12:00: directed free skiing
01:00-03:15: directed free skiing
SB W (Snowboard)
FK W (Freeski)
*Second run will start immediately after first run and will follow the same run order.