2010 airZ n’ railZ at Timber Ridge

2010 airZ n’ railZ at Timber Ridge

Our annual slopestyle competition for boarders and skiers has gotten an upgrade. Come out to the Pumpkin and Timber Terrain parks for a Sunday afternoon of music and athleticism, February 7th, 2010 to see the best of the best throw down for prizes and recognition. Awards categories include Intermediate Freeskier, Intermediate Snowboarder, Advanced Freeskier, Advanced Snowboarder, and Ladies!

This year, Timber Ridge is partnering with WKTV in Wyoming/Kentwood to produce a feature for public television focusing on the athletes of this Feb. 7th event. This film will be professionally produced with areal cameras, graphic on-screen scoring and interviews with the athletes. Luke and Adam Schrab and Adam Funk will bring the action to you…stay tuned for air time and date.

Date & Time & Location

Registration at the Ski Shop from 9am to Noon on Sunday, 2/7/10

Both parks open for practice until just before the event

Parks closed down to the public during each round of competition

Competitor meeting at 12:30 at Podium (base of terrain parks)

Heats begin at 12:30 with Beginners in the Pumpkin Park and Pros in the Timber Park

Head-to-head, single-elimination finals for Intermediate in Pumpkin Park at 4:30pm

Advanced finals under the lights at 7 pm

Awards and prizes immediately following the event at Podium

Registration Information
$20 entry fee covers event registration, t-shirt and raffle drawing entry! See Ski Shop for lift ticket deals. Competitors must be 18 years or older and fill out a registration form and a liability waiver Click Here Competitors under 18 will need a parent’s signature to compete.

Rules and Format

Prelims will consist of 2 judged runs through the terrain park for each athlete. The entire run will count…all rails and airs attempted will be considered part of the score. Advanced athletes must compete in Timber Park and Intermediate athletes must compete in Pumpkin Park. The top 8 athletes from each division will be chosen based on the best score from the two preliminary runs. Finals will be a single-elimination, head-to-head format. That means the 1st place athlete will face off against the 8th place and whoever wins that run will continue on to the next round of competition. 2nd place will face 7th, 3rd will face 6th, and 4th will face 5th.
Prizes and awards

Prizes will be awarded along with medals for each category of competition. All athletes will automatically be included in a raffle to be conducted during awards at Timber Park. Award categories include Intermediate Freeskier, Intermediate Snowboarder, Advanced Freeskier, Advanced Snowboarder, and Ladies.

Helmets must be worn at all times. This event is suited primarily for athletes with significant terrain park and rail sliding experience. Event and ski area assumes no responsibility for who may or may not participate so use your best judgment!

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