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2018 CARDBOARD SLED DERBY

 

THANK YOU TO THE TELLURIDE COMMUNITY FOR A

 

SUPER FUN CARDBOARD SLED DERBY!

 

SATURDAY 3/24/18


NASTAR RACE HILL/ TELLURIDE SKI AREA

 

WINNERS/ SPEED

1 - OLIVER WOLCOTT

2 - IRVIN OSSOLA

3 - PORTER BLACK

WINNERS/ CREATIVITY

1 - EVAN STOGNER

2 - ELLA-ROSE APLIN & LILA GOLDBERG

3 - MISSAEL & MARISOL RAMIREZ

WINNERS/ SPORTSMANSHIP

1 - HOLLIS & GEMMA ANDREW

2 - NOAH & GRACE BLAKNEY

3 - AIDAN COE & GRACE KIRKWOOD

 

RACE DAY DETAILS

REGISTRATION WAIVERS – NO WAIVER = NO RACING

All racers must be registered and have a completed Waiver signed by their parents

Waivers will be available at the event.

 

SLED DROP OFF & PARKING

SLED RACE COURSE – At the NASTAR course to the right of Lift 4 if looking up mountain. No lift ticket required. Walk up to course from The Beach.

SLED DROP OFF – Use Lost Creek Lane – in-between Blue Mesa building and Lumiere. NO PARKING AT LUMIERE!

PAID PARKING – Underground parking below Hotel Madeline or at the Mountain Market/ Gondola parking structure.

 

CHECK IN – 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Check in table near race shack.

All racers must check in to get their sled numbers and have their sled inspected and judged for creativity.

Racers will get a donut at check in & a boxed lunch.

IF YOU DON’T CHECK IN – YOU DON’T RACE!

 

RACING STARTS AT 10:30 AM

Racing will run in heats, advancing to the top 3-4 racers

The MC’s will announce when it is time to bring sled to the top of the race hill.

Check the board at the base of the race course to see what heat your sled is in.

Each sled will race a minimum of two times.

 

SLED CLEAN UP

A dumpster for flattened cardboard will be at the base of the race course.

THANKS for flattening your sled!

 

DAY OF THE RACE CONTACT

Registration – Kathleen Morgan – 970-728-2437 (cell) All other – Tara Kelley – 970-708-3764

SLED & RIDER RULES  

- Open to ages 5-14 (Maximum Age is 14 years of age by 3/24/18)
- $25 per sled (payment link in online form)
- Each rider MUST have a signed WAIVER & RELEASE FORM to participate. NO EXCEPTIONS. (See link in online form)
- Maximum of 2 RIDERS per sled
- Riders may race on one sled team only
- Racers are required to wear ski helmets, goggles, gloves, long sleeves and long pants
- No ski boots permitted on sleds
- No parents allowed at the starting line area

SLED CONSTRUCTION RULES
- All sleds will be inspected for compliance of rules at registration. Sled inspectors have the final say.
- Sleds may be constructed of corrugated cardboard, paint, tape and glue ONLY with string/rope for handles
- No Sonotubes, pressed paper, metal, plastic, wood or metal tape permitted.
- No non-corregated cardboard sled runners. Runners must not extend more than 6" in front of sled.
- Sleds must have a front, bottom and two sides. All sides must be a minimum of 6 inches in height and racer's bodies must fit on sled.
- Sleds must be free of sharp or pointy objects. Any sled that questions the safety of the racer or audience will be asked to alter the sled or will not be able to race.
- Participants will be given the opportunity to fix any issues before racing begins. If a violation is detected at the start line, the sled will be disqualified from the event.
- No paddles, hockey sticks, etc. can be used by racers
- Waxing and oiling are permitted & encouraged

THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS A FUN KID EVENT!