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NORDIC SKIING    



 
The Nordic Ski events at the  Badger State Games are set to go this Saturday and anticipating all races running as scheduled.   There was about  5-6”  new snow on Monday which was the good high moisture variety.   So conditions are currently very good.    Due to anticipated warm temperatures on Friday, we will be closing the entire Nine Mile trail system on Friday to protect the base.  We ask your cooperation and stay off the trails.   Online registration remains open until midnight on Thursday at badgerstategames.org .  There will be on-site registration, but we encourage early sign-up as it will make your life so much easier.  All bib pickup will be done on Saturday at the venue.   If Friday’s warm temps force us to make any changes, we will send updates to SkinnySki and post on both the Badger State Games and Wausau Nordic Ski Club websites and Facebook pages.   

Packet Pick Up & Bibs Starting at 8:00 am at

Nine Mile and running all day long Saturday.
 



DATES: Saturday, January 27th, 2018 
TIMES: See schedule below for race start times.

LOCATION:
Nine Mile Forest Recreation Area
8704 Redbud Rd, Wausau, WI 54401

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ENTRY FEES & DEADLINES
Race Mail/Fax
by
1/15/18
Online
until
1/15/18

Late
Online
1/20/18

Late Late
Online
1/25/18
@ midnite
On-Site
4K M.S. (Ages 9-14) $15 $13 $17 $22 $32
7K H.S. (Ages 14-19) $15 $13 $17 $22 $32
10K (Ages 13+) $27 $25 $35 $40 $65
21K (Ages 13+) $37 $35 $45 $55 $75
43K (Ages 18+) $47 $45 $55 $65 $95
1 - 2K (Ages 9 & Under) Free*        
Adaptive Events $15 $13 $17 $22 $32
 
ANY race changes the day of events will be charged the difference between race fees plus a $5.00 change fee.
 
All athletes MUST sign the Badger State Games Athlete Waiver online during registration or on the printable registration forms at check-in. (Waivers are attached to the registration forms)

Printable Registration Form for Adaptive Racers - Coming Soon


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2018 Medals:   Gold 5"  Silver 4"  Bronze 3"   and Athlete T-Shirt.


 
SPECTATOR INFORMATION
For those that want to cheer on our athletes and to see them bring home the gold here are a few tips:

Best place to view the event & how much you can see: You can see the start and finish of each race and halfway of the longer race (43K).
Seating Available or bring your own chairs: No seating available bring your own chairs. There is seating inside the heated chalet.
Admission Fee: No admission fee.
Concessions: Will be available
Carry-ins allowed (food &/or drink):
Merchandise
Are Signs or Noise makers allowed: Bells are encouraged.

Other Information: Age determined as of first day of event.

 

DIVISIONS
(Age determined as of first day of event)

Youth/High School Team:
9 & Under (1k or 2k)
Ages 9 - 11 (4k)
Ages 12 - 14 (4k)
Ages 13 - 16 (7k) High School
Ages 17 - 19 (7k) High School

Adult Races:
Ages 29 & Under
Ages 30-39
Ages 40-49
Ages 50-59
Ages 60-69 
Ages 70 & Over


Adaptive Divisions:
1K Adaptive
3K Adaptive

*NEW* We are including adaptive races to the Nordic Skiing event. For more information and details please read: ADAPTIVE RULES
 

SCHEDULE
9:00am          7k Classic Boys
9:05am          7k Classic Girls
9:15am          4k Classic All
9:30am         10k Classic All
9:45am          21-43k Classic
10:15am       43k "A" Freestyle
10:25am       43k "B" Freestyle
10:45am       21k Freestyle
11:00am       1k Adaptive
12:45pm       7k Freestyle Boys
12:50pm       7k Freestyle Girls  
1:15pm         4k Freestyle
1:30pm         3k Adaptive
1:40pm        10k Freestyle
1:50pm         1-2k Kids
 
 
RULES
GENERAL RULES:
USSA rules apply. For a complete set of rules, see the Games Nordic Skiing Rules.
 
Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, and Michigan Upper Peninsula residents are eligible to compete in the Nordic events.

FORMAT:
Freestyle and Classic races.
Chip timed racing events.
All races are a single loop on moderate rolling terrain appropriate for all ability levels
(except the 43k Freestyle which will be 2 loops over a 21.5k/20k course).
Course groomed with a minimum of two lanes for Classical events; single track and skating area for Freestyle events.
Average course width is 16 feet.
Fluids available on course. Food and electrolytes available on course for the 43k freestyle.
 

LINKS:

Wausau Nordic Ski Club

 

RESULTS

2018 Results Link:


 http://www.racetecresults.com/results.aspx?CId=16541&RId=321


2017 Results:
2016 Event was Cancelled due to weather.

2015 Results
2014 Results
2013 Results
2012 Results




QUESTIONS

Sport Specific Questions: Contact Event Director: John Burke. Phone 715-218-7883  

Online Registration/Website Questions: Contact the Badger State Games office at 715-355-8788 or info@badgerstategames.org


 

 


 
Rules
 
General Rules:
USSA rules apply. For a complete set of rules, see the Games Nordic Skiing Rules.
 
Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, and Michigan Upper Peninsula residents are eligible to compete in the Nordic events.
 
The 43K Nordic Skiing event is once again recognized as a qualifier for the American Birkebeiner held in Cable, WI!

Format:
Skate and Classic racing.
Chip timed racing events.
All races are a single loop on moderate rolling terrain appropriate for all ability levels
(except the 43k Freestyle which will be 2 loops over a 21.5k/20k course).
Course groomed with a minimum of two lanes for Classical events; single track and skating area for Freestyle events.
Average course width is 16 feet.
Fluids available on course. Food and electrolytes available on course for the 43k freestyle.

Definitions:
 
Classic: Technique characterized by opposite-leg and opposite-arm motion in a straight-ahead direction. In-the-track skiing only.
Skate: Technique where the skier keeps the tips apart and the tails together and gets the kick by pushing off the inside edge of alternating skis (as in ice skating).
Freestyle: Skating & classic techniques permitted for 4K and 1-2K events.
Open: Ages 16 and above.
Age Group: Please click here for age break outs.
Blue Jean: All ages recreational skier. Come as you are, no fancy gear required. This event
will be chip timed but it is a non-medal event. Participants receive a participant
medal.
 
 



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