Hampton Cup 2011
Friday, February 4, 2011 at 9:30 AM - Sunday, February 6, 2011 at 4:00 PM (PST)
The 5th Annual Hampton Cup
Feb. 4 – 6, 2011
Mission Ridge Ski Area
Events: Giant Slalom Friday and Saturday, Slalom Sunday
Race Run – Skookum, accessed by either Chair #3 or Chair #4
Class: J3 and older
Registration: 7:00 am to 8:00 am each morning prior to the race. Upper level Hampton Lodge.
Team Captains Meeting: Each morning, 7:45am in the Hampton Lodge. Coach lift tickets will be handed out during the meeting. Additional coaches meetings as needed throughout the event.
Bibs: Issued Fri. morning at registration by team. Please have 1 coach pick up the bibs and distribute to your team. The same bib will be used each GS race day. All bibs turned in at finish line after GS, reissued by team for Sun. SL.
Entry Deadline: Fri. Jan. 28 (entries received, not postmarked). $10 late fee for entries received after that date. Absolutely NO phone, FAX, or e-mail entries accepted. NO Day of Race Entries Accepted. Refunds will be given if entry is cancelled 24 hours in advance of the first race start. Refunds for online entries will incur a $5 fee to cover administrative and credit card fees charged by the site.
Entry Fee: $35 for 1 day, $70 for 2 days, $105 for 3 days. If entering by mail, make payment to MRSEF and include with USSA entry card. Entries received without payment will be considered late entries.
Mail entries to: MRSEF Race Secretary 25 N Wenatchee Ave. Suite 112 Wenatchee, WA 98801
Lifts: $35 for competitors, purchase at Mission Ridge ticket kiosk. Checks, cash, or credit card accepted. Do not send lift ticket money with registration. Elite Pass tickets will be available at Mission Ridge ticket kiosk. Mission Ridge ticket kiosk open’s at 7:30am for racers and 8am for parents. Parents can purchase tickets on line – www.missionridge.com. (Pass holders from a participating PNSAA ski area will receive a discount on the purchase of tickets by showing their home area season pass. These cannot be purchased on line, only in person the day of use)
Early Lift for Competitors: Lifts open at 8am for competitors, 9am for parents.
Course Inspection: 8:30 – 9:15. Course closed at 9:15; 1st forerunner at 9:20.
Awards: Presented 30 minutes after each day’s race, location to be announced.
1st – 3rd place awards in the following classes: J3, J2, J1. Overall male & female for the weekend., plus a team award will be presented Sunday after the days individual awards. Awards not claimed will be forfeited.
Race Volunteers: Anyone interested in volunteering to gate keep on race day can check in at registration. Volunteers receive a ticket for the day worked, plus one for an additional day of skiing during the 2010-11 ski season. Lunch and beverages provided.
Gear Bags: The Mission Ridge Lodge is relatively small. A bag check will be available by the ski check. We encourage everyone to use this service. Bags left under tables or anywhere on the floor of the lodge will be moved to lost and found. Please help us keep our lodge easy to navigate.
Lodging: The Red Lion Hotel in Wenatchee.
On site tuning space available. We appreciate your support of the Red Lion. To receive a discount rate, mention Hampton Cup Ski Race and book one month prior to the race date. For discount rates and online booking please visit:
HELMETS ARE REQUIRED
Please make parents and spectators aware that access to the finish arena requires the use of a lift or a 20 minute walk via the summer road behind the lodge. Mission Ridge does not allow foot traffic on its ski runs or lifts nor do we provide any form of transportation to the race arena. A Chair #1 only ticket is $34.
Questions: Contact Claudia Yamamoto at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-785-0142
(8am to 4pm only)
When & Where
The Mission Ridge Ski Team, established in 1967, has a long lustrous history. The club is recognized throughout the United States and Canada for developing athletes from the beginning level racer to the U.S. Ski Team . The program has prided itself in helping develop not only talented racers, but also quality citizens who continue to contribute to their local communities.
In 2006, we incorporated as the Mission Ridge Ski Education Foundation (MRSEF). As a non-profit (501.c.3), all donations are tax deductble.
The Mission Ridge Ski Education Foundation is dedicated to quality training and competitive experience for all levels of skiers. Our coaching promotes athletic development from beginner to elite levels. We strive to create a healthy competitive environment that includes character development and sportsmanship. Currently MRSEF trains 55 athletes ranging from age 7-19 with commitment levels that range from one-day per week training to 5-days per week.