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The 2019-2020 Race Calendar has been posted on the Region 2 Calendar.

Save the dates:  (See the calendar for details)

a.     Officials Clinic (A/O), October 26-27th, 2019,  Ausblick Ski Lodge

CR2 Alpine Officials Clinic (AO)

Where: AUSBLICK SKI Lodge W260N6395 Mary Hill Rd, Sussex, WI 53089

When: October 26th & 27th 2019

 

Alpine Official’s Courses and Official’s Update are offered both days. Pick which day works for your schedule. Become licensed in one day!

 

PARENTS WANTED--COACHES WANTED!!!!!

 

CR2 and your athlete needs you to be a parent volunteer. More than ever CR2 needs parents from all clubs to become 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 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 also known as Jury Advisor)

 

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’s Clinic (AO) at, the Ausblick Ski Lodge in Sussex WI. Saturday & Sunday, October 26th and 27th. Classes can be completed in one day. 

Class Times:

Sat & Sun.          

8:00 a.m. Check in

8:30 a.m. Rules Update (coaches mandatory, parents attendance optional but recommended)

10:00a.m. Course Start

Lunch is provided


To sign up click the link: 2019 CR2 AO CLINIC

Oct 26/27, 2019 Schedule both days 8 AM Arrival and Check in 8:30 AM Alpine Rules Update 10 AM Specialty classes with test to follow *Note: Specialty Class start time each day is approximate.

 

*** All NEW Officials need to download, study, then bring completed Competition Official test*** Links COMPETITION OFFICIAL STUDY GUIDE AND TEST (test on last page) https://www.usskiandsnowboard.org/sites/default/files/files-resources/files/2019/ONLINE%20COMPETITION%20OFFICIAL%20%28CO%29%2019-20.pdf

Updated 
Alpine competition guide, Alpine Officials update/review, and officials study guides for classes are posted here for downloading: https://usskiandsnowboard.org/sport-development/officials-development/alpine-officials
 

Questions Regarding the Class:  Call John Manderfield 906-281-4738

 
 

2019-2020 Registration and Fee Structure Changes

Dear Central Division Region 2 Parents and Athletes,

We wanted to let the parents and athletes know about a change in our fee structure for Central Division and its Regions. CR 1, 2, 3, and 4 jointly decided, after a year of work, to have our National, Divisional and Regional fees collected at one time through the national registration process at the US Ski and Snowboard, your MYUSSA account. We will no longer be registering or paying through this website.

This change will affect all athletes from U8 through Seniors, including college.  The request that a “one-stop shop” for all fees and registrations for the Division and the Regions came from parents that wanted to streamline our registration process, instead of having to do it twice. Along with this, it will, hopefully, alleviate some confusion as to what has been paid and what hasn’t as we enter a new ski season. This change will make it so there is no chance that any of the Regional fees will be missed by athletes and cause issues at races.

Moving our registrations and fees under US Ski and Snowboard will makes our deadlines the same as theirs. U19 and older athletes that plan to participate in FIS (an additional cost not noted in the table below) must be paid by August 15, 2019 to avoid late fees. All other athletes must be paid by October 15, 2019 to avoid late fees. If you have questions about whether you should sign up for FIS or not, talk to your coaches.  

Below is the breakdown of costs.

 

         Age

       National

       Central

        Region

AC U12 = Alpine Comp U12 & under

     0-11

$75.00

$25.00

$50.00

AC U14 = Alpine Competitor U14

  12-13

$100.00

$50.00

$100.00

AC U16 = Alpine Competitor U16 & Over

14-100

$170.00

$50.00

$100.00

 

Region 2 Is Looking for You

Region 2 is looking to fill some positions.  Please contact Scott Bence at scott9932@gmail.com or call or text 414-313-6821.

Website Manager

Social Media Manager

Need to attend the fall Officials Clinic:
Race Administration Officials

Chief of Timing Officials

Chief of Race Officials

Jury Advisor Officials (i.e. start and finish referee's)

IT'S TIME TO SIGN UP FOR RACES AND PROJECTS

Race Announcements and Fact Sheets are posted in the calendar under the event. 

Forgot how to sign up for a race CLICK HERE for instructions.

DIBS, Don't forget to claim you DIB.   Get involved and make race day a great successful. CLICK HERE TO CLAIM YOU DIB

CR2 Announces the 2018-2019 Race Organizing Chairperson for Each Race

CR2 Races                  Chairperson
Surburst                       Ken Wetland               
Mt. Ripley                   John Manderfield
Granite Peak            Ron Lawrence
Shelley Glover         Zeb Seaborg
Chestnut                      Craig Spidle
Tyrol                                 Sydney Koop

Additional Race Information will be found on the CR2 calendar on the race announcement for the race.  We hope to have these posted soon.

Welcome to the USSA Central Region 2

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:

Region 1:
Central The area of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, LaCrosse County, Wisconsin and Iowa west of Route 63
Region 2: 
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
Region 3:
The area of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan east of Route 77 
Region 4:
The area of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky

The Registration "Home" is not currently available.

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 CR2 Athletes

2019 -2020  
Central All-Stars:  
Kutter Moum BWP
Gabby Gencheff GLS
   
Team Central:  
Wehner Madelyn ASB
Von Heimburg Emily ASB
Horning Abigail ASB
Bradford Payton ASB
Phillips Burke ASB
Lehmann Ashley GLS
Springer Tommie Jo GLS
Springer Ty GLS
Dehlin Samuel GLS
Morris Megan GPK
Deubel Alex HHL
Steiner Jack HHL
Bindas Noah IND
Herrle Grace LKR
Hower Annalyse LKR
Nourse Myles LKR
Hanson Cora MAD
Schulte Sydney PRT
Roth Noelle SWA
Roth Noelle SWA
Laiken Roth SWA
Athans Jimmy SWA
Whisner Miles WIL
Prieditis Anders WIL
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