CR2 Alpine Officials Clinic (AO), Pewaukee WI
November 3rd and 4th, 2018
PARENTS WANTED--PARENTS WANTED--COACHES WANTED!!!!!
CR2 and your athlete needs you to be a parent volunteers. More than ever CR2 needs parents from all clubs to become a certified officials. There are many different types of certifications. US Ski and & Snowboard has increased the requirements to have certified officials in more positions than in prior years. Many of you of you have performed these jobs in the past without a certification, but this season the rules have changed, and you now need to be certified.
Not sure which certification to get, start by becoming start/finish ref. (This is the class labeled JA)
Why become a USSA official? Taking part as a competition official is exciting--it brings you into the heart of the action! And it's a way of helping the thousands of young athletes who enter US Ski & Snowboard competitions to have fun and to achieve personal goals. Who becomes a US Ski and Snowboard official? Oftentimes it starts with parents of young athletes who want to be more actively involved. Former athletes are also great candidates with their background in the sport. But it can be anyone who has an interest in helping young athletes and playing an important role in their success. It's simple to get started.
CR2 is hosting an Official Clinic (AO) at, the Wildwood Lodge in Pewaukee Saturday & Sunday, November 3rd and 4th th. Most classes can be completed in one day.
Sat & Sun.
8:00 a.m. Check in
8:30 a.m. Rules Update (coaches mandatory, parents attendance optional but recomended)
10:00a.m. Course Start
Lunch is provided
To sign up click the link: Alpine Official Clinic Sign Up Click Here!
Questions Regarding the Class: Call John Manderfield 906-281-4738
Class Location and Lodging: (Special lodging rates, mention USSA- Pewaukee)
N14 W24121 Tower Pl, Pewaukee, WI 53072
Welcome to the 2018-2019 ski season. We hope you had a great summer and are excited about the upcoming ski season. US Ski and Snowboad Region 2 Metro Cup, Non-Scored, Scored, and Coach/Non-Athlete registration is open! In addition to athletes we are requiring coaches and Non-Athletes who will be participating in races or who wish to receive e-mail notifications to register. Click Here
All athletes including Metro Cup athletes need to have a current US Ski & Snowboard membership.
REGION 2 Sponsorship Opportunities – 2018/19
New Bibs: We will be purchasing 280 new bibs this season. We will place your Company logo on the front or back only of each bib for $500 or get your logo on both front and back for $750. We have only total of four spots for logos available.
New Trailer: Region 2 has purchased a new equipment trailer! We are looking to find sponsors that would like their logos on the trailer. The logos will be large (roughly 2’x3’) and very visible. The trailer will travel throughout Region 2 from December thru March. Logos will remain thru the life of the trailer. Sponsorship cost is $1000.
We will need high resolution IMP or better images for either option.
If you wish to become a sponsor, please fill out the info below and return to Craig Spidle, email@example.com, 314-374-8950.
The United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) alpine ski racing program offers a network of competitive opportunities for ski racers of all ages from coast to coast. The country is split into three geographic racing regions including West, Rocky/Central, and Eastern. The USSA Central Division is part of the Rocky/Central Region. There are four local regions within the Central Division. These regions are defined geographically as:
Central The area of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, LaCrosse County, Wisconsin and Iowa west of Route 63
The area of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan west of Route 77, Wisconsin (except for LaCrosse County), Iowa east of Route 63, Illinois and Missouri
The area of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan east of Route 77
The area of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky
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