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ISSA Races at Ski Roundtop will Decide Top Three Teams
By Ed Fowler, Guest Contributor
February 16, 2005
Lisa Draper, from the top of Exhibition at Ski Roundtop.

The final International Ski and Snowboard Association (ISSA) Giant Slalom and Slalom races will be held this Saturday, February 19, 2005 at Pennsylvania’s Ski Roundtop… It’s going to be a squeaker. Four teams will battle it out on the slopes for the Gold, Silver and Bronze.

BS Bombers now lead the Columbia Race Team by one point. ZARDOZ Renegades are in third place over the Fagowees by four points. It’s not too late to help your favorite team. Come on out, and help break the attendance record of 103 racers set at Liberty last week.

The Roundtop Race Course Crew will set a challenging Giant Slalom course from the top of exhibition. This course is longer than the typical NASTAR course.

A random drawing for the grand prize of an overnight ski and stay package that includes an 8-hour lift ticket and rentals, plus lodging at the Cana Country Inn - a nice local Bed and Breakfast - will be held one hour after the races are finished.

This race weekend is the final series of races held over the last two months at the following locations: Wisp, MD; Seven Springs, PA; Blue Knob, PA; Whitetail, PA; Canaan Valley, WV; Liberty, PA; and Roundtop, PA.

For more information about local ski and snowboard racing, or if you would like to join up with Zardoz Renegades, contact Ed ‘birdmon’ Fowler at edfowler@skidome.org or visit www.skidome.org. You may also visit the ISSA web site at www.issa-sports.org.

Some race details:

Saturday, February 19 at Ski Roundtop - ISSA Championship Race

  • Registration at 8 a.m. upstairs in the main lodge.
  • Slalom starts at 10:30 a.m.
  • Giant Slalom will follow lunch.
  • Awards will be held approximately 1 hour from the close of the GS course - around 5:30 p.m.
  • For your convenience, lift tickets will be available at the registration desk.
  • Both races will count towards NASTAR standings.
  • Cost is $20 per race, or $15 per race for members.
  • Racers under 18 will need a parent’s signature on the race form.
  • Medals will be given by age group.
  • Open to all abilities and all ages.

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    Crush
    13 years ago
    Good luck to everyone on the team !!! Sorry I can’t be there to help out with the points. Gee that’s the race I always seem to clobber myself in!!!
    Sharpen your edges. And pencils.
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