The Coors Light Town League is the most fun you can have on Thursday nights during ski season! This eight-week gate racing league is open to alpine skiers, snowboarders and telemarkers. Races are every Thursday night during January and February, ending March 2nd. from 6 - 8 pm. After the races, head to the Sitzmark and relive the thrill of victory and agony of defeat on the television screens and have a chance to win great weekly door prizes. Call 754-2558 for race information and cancellation announcements.
Click here for 2017 Weekly Race Results
REGISTRATION: Thursday, January 4th
RACE DATES: Every Thursday January 11th - March 1st
ELIGIBILITY: Age 21 & up. Open to alpine, snowboard and Telemark racers.
DIVISIONS: Alpine men's & women's (a, b & c) a= experienced racer, b=expert skier with some gate experience and c=intermediate skier with no gate experience.
TEAMS/INDIVIDUALS: Teams consist of a MAX of 7 (seven) people, MIN of 5 (five) people, with each gender represented: (i.e.: 5 men 2 female or 6 men 1 female etc) the top 5 finishes, which include both genders, accumulate Team points. Only the top 5 (five) score in each division (i.e. two Men's Alpine A's will not both be counted in the team score). A person may compete as an individual without a team accumulating individual points. A team member automatically accumulates individual points for competing with the team.
COST: $100 PER PERSON (Lift tickets not included)
Fees provide the following:
• Video of race for viewing at the Sitzmark
• Eligibility for weekly prize drawings
• Pre-race practice time (3:30 pm - 5 pm)
• Overall series awards
• Town League T-shirt
• Free après race live music
• Town League Final Party with live music and complimentary food for participants on March 2nd
RACE DAY TIMELINE
3:30 - 5 pm: Practice race course
5 - 6 pm: Course re-set
6 - 8 pm: Race (two runs)
8:30 pm: Race results, race video and prize drawings at the Sitzmark (must race that night to be eligible for prize drawings).
POINTS: Teams will accumulate points for the best of five finishes for their team that represent both genders. Only the top 5 (five) score in each division (i.e. two Men's Alpine A's will not both be counted in the team score). Individual points are accumulated by how the racer finishes in their class. Everyone that starts gets points!
INFORMATION: Call 754-2258 or 754-7669 (SKI-SNOW Hotline) for race information and cancellation announcements.