English Alpine Championships Race Entry – Bormio 2017
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To participate in the 21st English Alpine Championships, British competitors in age groups U14 and above must be registered with their Home Nation.
All U18, U21, Senior and Masters Racers are reminded that they must be FIS registered to take part in these championships (please note that a FIS Masters registration is not the same as a FIS Alpine registration). Applications for the appropriate licence should be made direct to British Ski and Snowboard as soon as possible and at least three weeks prior to the closing date. The Organising Committee accepts no responsibility for any failure of competitors to ensure that their FIS registration is valid.
Competitors in the U12 and U10 races must have either signed the British Athlete’s Declaration or be registered with their Home Nation.
All competitors must have a current insurance policy that permits them to ski race. The Organising Committee may require proof of insurance such as a valid governing body race licence or an independent certificate of insurance.The Organising Committee reserves the right to refuse entry to skiers who do not possess seed points and who cannot demonstrate a minimum level of competence. Suitable evidence may include previous race results or a Coach’s certification.
How To Enter
All British entries must be made via the official online entry system, or if necessary using the official entry form (one per competitor). Entries will only be accepted if accompanied by the correct race entry fee. The entry fee for each race is £50 per day per competitor. For the FIS competition, if you enter all six FIS races there will be a discount of £30. For the U14/16 competition, if you enter all four races there will be a discount of £20.
Non-British FIS entries should be made through your National Ski Association on the appropriate NSA FIS entry forms in accordance with FIS regulations. Non-British U16, U14, U12 & U10s should use the standard entry form.
Acceptance of entries in the resort will be dependent on the entries already received and the snow conditions. Competitors are therefore warned that their presence in the resort will not necessarily gain them entry into the races.