2020 Provincial Rules and Regulations
Ski Teams consist of a maximum of 6 skiers, 4 best results are
counted. Snowboard Teams consist of a maximum of 6, with the 4
best results counting.
Eligibility: As per the Skiing Commission Eligibility
Rules (refer to the B.C. School Sports Handbook). The team must
have qualified through their Zone competition and earn a berth
in the zone as per the berths allocated per zone. Please refer
to Zones and Berths Link on the left for more info.
are eligible to attend championships as long as they place in
the top three in their Zone Championship, even if their team did
Zone Reps are to indicate the number of berths that will be filled
for the years championship at least 1 month before the Championship.
Fee: This fee varies according to the needs of the organizer
of the championship and the location of the venue.
Snowboard: 2 run GS & 1 run Terrain GS
Skiing: 2 run GS & 1 run Terrain GS
Captains: All teams must designate a team captain
to attend race meetings and relay information to the team.
are the same as CSA rules as per the B.C. School Sports Handbook.
for skiers and snowboarders in Giant Slalom Races.
to be discussed at pre race meeting.
are registered to race must race unless substitutions are indicated
to the Race Secretary the evening before the race.
is based on race results. Points per seed are calculated the same
as in past years (1st place = number of teams). e.g., if 12 teams
enter the race, first place in each seed = 12 points, second place
in each seed = 11 points, etc.
If only 6 racers manage to qualify for the fifth seed (other racers
having DNF’d), the 6 racers score 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, and
7 points.The same scoring system will be used for the Snowboard
Competition 3 Teams the race has been run and the following sorting
has been completed. Sorted by team from fastest to slowest.