NSAA High School Races

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The High School Nordic skiing practices and races are a program of the Anchorage School District.  The program offers after-school lessons. This program is also a non-cut program, meaning any child, male or female, may ski and race on their school’s team.  ASD contracts with the Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage to organize and officiate the races that occur during the winter months beginning in November typically and ending in February.

Important New Waxing Rules for 2015-16: Region IV coaches have agreed and requested that all flouro waxes be banned for all races except Regions and State. This means only CH waxes will be used at Region IV races Dec. 5, 2015 through Feb. 13, 2016. This is great news for coaches’ health and ski team budgets

Coaches: Hosting a race? Please read complete items 1-5 below.

  1. Coaches Race Instructions
  2. Grooming Application - Fax or Email forms to the NSAA Office by November 15th.
  3. Race Map - Please include the map you are going to use (must be approved by NSAA first).
  4. Email us race details which includes start times, course maps, course descriptions, and any other information that is important to everyone concerning the race the due Tuesday BEFORE your race.
  5. Coaches, are you giving out awards? Contact Tim Brabets tbrabetsfunnyacsalaska.net and let him know Monday BEFORE race.

Parents: We need volunteers. Can you help? - Read how you can help.

For more information on how to get your child involved in their school’s Nordic skiing program, please contact their school.
Anchorage School District’s High School Nordic Skiing page: www.asdk12.org/activities/hs/skiing

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