Telemark Chase JNQ

Categories

- Midwest Junior National Qualifier (JNQ)
- Great Lake Junior National Qualifier (JNQ)
- Central Collegiate Ski Association NCAA Qualifier
- High School
- Middle School
- Senior/Masters/Open

Race Course

Profiles - bit.ly/18ZNjN8 / Start, Finish - bit.ly/1eGXqcm

Entry Fees

JNQ/Collegiate/Senior/Masters/Open - $35 for one race or $60 for both races
High/Middle School - $15 for one race or $25 for both races



Race Headquarters

Cable Chamber of Commerce (Cable, WI)

Accomodations

Delta Lodge
13565 Scenic Drive
Iron River, WI 54847
715-372-4299
www.delta-lodge.com


Online Registration


Wednesday, January 15

Midnight: Last chance for on-line registration to be received.

Thursday, January 16

Tentative Start Lists for all weekend races posted at www.cxcskiing.org for review.

Friday, January 17

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Official course inspection for Saturday Freestyle Mass Start and Sunday Individual Start Classic races with tracks set on race course.

9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
On-site registration at Cable Chamber of Commerce (Cable, WI)

6:30 PM
Coaches Meeting at Cable Chamber of Commerce (Cable, WI)

7:30 PM
Coaches Reception at Cable Chamber of Commerce (Cable, WI)

Saturday, January 18

NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION for JNQ/CCSA!
View Saturday Class Start Order Report
View Saturday Entry List

7:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Freestyle Mass Start bib pick-up (Hytte)

7:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Race day registration for High/Middle School and Senior/Masters/Open

9:30 AM
15 km (3x5km) Menís Freestyle Mass Start (U20/U18/CCSA/Senior/Masters/Open)

11:00 AM
10 km (2x5km) Womenís Freestyle Mass Start (U20/U18/CCSA/Senior/Masters/Open)

12:00 PM
5 km Freestyle Mass Start Girls (U16 and High)

12:30 PM
5 km Freestyle Mass Start Boys (U16 and High)

1:00 PM
3 km Freestyle Mass Start Boys (Middle School)

1:15 PM
3 km Freestyle Mass Start Girls (Middle School)

1:45 to 4:00 PM
Sunday courses open for inspection. No tracks set on race course.

Sunday, January 19

NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION for JNQ/CCSA!
View Sunday Entry List

7:30 to 11:30 AM
Classic Individual Start bib pick-up (Hytte)

7:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Race day registration for High/Middle School and Senior/Masters/Open

9:30 AM
10 km (2x5km) Menís Classic Individual Start (U20/U18/CCSA/Senior/Masters/Open)

11:00 AM
5km Boys Classic Individual Start (U16/High School)

12:00 PM
5km Womenís Classic Individual Start (U20/U18/U16/CCSA/Senior/Masters/Open/High School)

1:00 PM
3 km Boys Classic Individual Start (Middle School)

1:15 PM
3 km Girls Classic Individual Start (Middle School)


General Participation Tips

Whether you are new to the Junior National Qualifying (JNQ) races or a returning racer, here are some tips to help you feel comfortable with the process.

  • Registration for JNQ races typically closes on the Tuesday before the race. Plan your races and register early.

  • Give yourself the highest opportunity to earn a place on the Midwest team, and increase your elite racing experience, by participating in all the races if possible.

  • If you are on a school team, good communication with your coach is essential. Work together to establish a plan that supports both your school team and your JNQ races.

  • The Midwest team will be named after the final race in the JNQ series.

  • Be prepared to pay for the full cost of the US Junior National Championships (JN) trip shortly after the final JNQ race if you are selected for the team. For instance, JN trip to Utah in 2007 was $2,100 per Midwest team member. The required Midwest team uniform could be purchased new or borrowed/bought from a former team member if available.

  • Junior National team members must have a USSA membership as well as a CXC membership. Serious competitors should not wait until February to do this.

  • Keep a close watch on the CXC website as race and JN trip details can change rapidly. The website will also be your first source for info on summer camps and clinics.
Finally, enjoy the experience of elite racing! The JNQ races and Junior Nationals trip are opportunities to meet and ski with the finest skiers in the Midwest and the country. Itís exciting, motivating and really fun.