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Feb. 2, 2019

Kehoe Cup and Haller Cup Ski Races Kehoe Cup and Haller Cup Ski Races
Tune up your race skis for your one chance to ski on the designated race arena All Out, which is not open to the public. Race an open GS in the morning or a dual paneled slalom in the afternoon or both! Put together a team for a chance to win prizes or try your hand at some of Steamboat’s most coveted individual trophies.

Open to the general public. No race experience necessary. Must be at least 15 years old. Race will be scored with NASTAR and is in conjunction with the Carl’s Cup Race Series.

Schedule
8:00-9:00am: Registration, Competition Services Office
9:15-9:45am: GS inspection, All Out
10:00am: GS race on All Out, two runs same course
12:15-12:45pm: Dual paneled slalom inspection, Bashor Upper Start
1:00pm: Dual paneled slalom race on Bashor, one run each course
3:00-5:00pm: Awards party, Rye

RACE FEE: $35
Includes both morning and afternoon races. $20 for GS or SL only. Includes beer or a soft drink at the awards party.

RACER LIFT TICKETS: $55
Purchase in the Competition Services Office with registration.

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
Kehoe Cup: Trophy awarded to the fastest man and fastest woman in the GS (best time of the two counts).
Haller Cup: Trophy and belt buckle awarded to the fastest man and fastest woman based on four combined times - two runs GS and two runs SL.
King/Queen of the Hill: Separate division for competitors who have already won the Haller Cup. Trophy awarded to the fastest man and fastest woman based on four combined times - two runs GS and two runs SL.

TEAM AWARDS (FOR FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD PLACE TEAMS)
Teams consist of four people. Each team member is awarded points based on class. Classes are determined by age, gender and discipline. For example, alpine men age 20-29 are scored together and telemark women age 30-39 are scored together. Teams can have participants from any combination of classes. First place finish within each class receives 3 points, second place receives 2 points and third place receives 1 point. The sum of class points for all four people on a team determines the overall team score. Each person on the top three teams will win prizes, courtesy of our sponsors: Marmot, Smartwool, Smith, Clif.

For more information contact Hanna Albertson at halbertson@steamboat.com or (970) 871-5383.
  • Time

    8:00 AM — 4:00 PM

  • Location

    Steamboat Ski & Resort
    2305 Mt. Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, CO 809487