ISIA Speed Test 2019
Giant Slalom – Men/Women
Race: 16 March 2019, 17 March weather day.
Training: 14 and 15 March,
Svenska Skidlärarföreningen (The National Swedish Ski Instructor Association) and Fjätervålen Snowsports School
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Registration Fee: SEK 290 (€ 30)
Deadline Payments test: 1st March 2019
Plusgiro: 27 33 99-6
Fjaetervaalen, Ripan. Training fee payment on training day, please pre book training with email@example.com (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
8766/12/07, Falken & Ripan, GS, 946m – 678m, 27-12-2017
Thursday 14th and 15th March 2019 Training Days
09:00 – 09:30 Set and inspect course together. Meet at the T-bar in Fjätervålen.
09:30 – 12:00 1st Training Session
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:15 Inspect course 2nd
13:15 – 15:00 2nd Training Session
15:00 All participants take down course and slip the slope.
During the session the course will be slipped approximately after every 3rd run or as necessary.
All participants will start and finish at the same time and all help with the setting and taking down of the course as well as slipping the course.
ISIA GS Test Day Saturday 16th March
08:00 – Meet at the Cafe in Fjätervålen for Test information.
09:00 – Inspection of course set on Rippan
09:45 – Fore runner on course and testing of timing.
09:50 – Pace setter on course.
10:00 – First skier on course for first test run.
All racers will meet in the Finish Area after the 1st run. Those that have not cleared the time will go up to start their 2nd test run.
Those that have passed the test on the first run will be asked to go to the start to slip the course for the 2nd run. Could all participants please help in taking down the course.
Sunday 17th is the weather day. Same programme and will be used for test if weather doesn’t permit test on the 16th.
If Sunday is not a weather day, there will be a course set and free training for volunteers. The cost for others wanting to join the training is 750 SEK.
We look forward to welcoming you to Fjätervålen!
Björn Nordahl, Head of ISIA-GS Test, Sweden.