WV Governors Cup March 7 & 8
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February 25, 2009
Member since 01/18/2005 🔗
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For those of you who have a desire to race, Timberline will be hosting the WV Governors Cup Race next weekend. It's always a class act when put on by the t-line race department. Even if you're a novice, it's not a difficult course that they set and men, women and children all enjoy racing in it. Go to the timberline web site to get additional info.

Tucker County's Alpine Festival Presents
West Virginia Governor's Cup March 7th & 8th

The Oldest Ski Race in the South!!

Convention & Visitors Bureau: 1.800.782.2775/www.canaanvalley.org

Timberline Four Seasons Resort: 1.800.snowing/304.866.6333/www.timberlineresort.com

Registration is Friday March 6th, 9AM - 8PM
Course Inspection @ 8:30AM both days
Governor's Cup is Saturday & Sunday with 2 runs each day.
Giant Slalom Saturday @ 9:30AM
Slalom Sunday @ 9:30AM

Governor's Cup Awards sponsored by Rossignol & Atomic

The fastest Men & Women will receive a pair of skis

West Virginia blown glass trophies will go to the fastest male & female with combined times

Trophies will be given each day to the top three men & women in the following age groups:

Start Order:
60 +
9 & under

Race Rules:
:: Bibs must be visible

:: No skiing through gates

:: No shadowing

:: All racers must have lift ticket

:: No lift line cutting

:: No fast or reckless skiing on public trails

:: Please no profanity or unsportsmanlike conduct!

:: If ski comes off before 2nd gate from finish, racer is DSQ

:: DSQ's posted at finish

Race Fee $15

** Discount lift tickets are available for racers at ticket window

R a c e w e l l, H A V E F U N & remember, it's only a race!!
February 25, 2009
Member since 04/11/2006 🔗
555 posts
Do they set that course on White Lightning?
February 25, 2009
Member since 01/18/2005 🔗
2,067 posts
They have set it in the past starting on upper thunder just below the thunder draft split above mid station. Not too steep which is good for novices and old-timers. you ought to try it! I have done it in the past.
March 12, 2009
Member since 11/13/2008 🔗
337 posts
Yes, it was on Upper Thunder and Lower Thunder - starting just below the Pump House. Photo Coverage available to see some of the action: www.visitcanaan.com
(as usual, look for photo coverage)

Couple more races coming up as well... any one attending them at T-Line?
March 12, 2009
Member since 01/18/2005 🔗
2,067 posts
Our favorite is locals' cup. We'll be there for that.
March 14, 2009
Member since 11/13/2008 🔗
337 posts
The top man and top woman glass "souvenir" was beautiful.
All the hard work from TLine's racing dept didn't go un-noticed.
March 14, 2009
Member since 03/14/2005 🔗
893 posts
Vic, you are dead on right about the race department. The race department and events department are quality for sure. The do an amazing job at every event. Really all the departments in Ski School are tremendous. Ski School at T-line really deserves more recognition in general for the on snow events, programs, terrain parks etc.. that they are responsible for as well as the day to day teaching. Few people realize just how much the Ski School at Timberline is resposible for and how much work they do. It is really amazing what they do and how committed to the sport they are!

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