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Adult Race League at Mt. Ashland

Adult Race League 2019 – Presented by Omar’s Restaurant

Thanks for a great season! We’ll see you next year!

Please join our Race League mailing list to receive an exclusive invitation to this event and stay up-to-date on Race League announcements.

The Basics:

  • Team of 5 minimum, maximum 7. $50/person. Teams cannot be single gender – must be a mix of men & women. Top 4 scores per team each night count (at least one member of each gender will have a countable score).
  • Racing goes from 5-7pm each night. Results will be posted in the T-Bar by 8pm.
  • Racers must be 21 years of age or older.
  • Racers must be pre-registered on a team.
  • All participants must sign a Release of Liability to participate.
  • Race format will vary.
  • Tell ALL of your friends about this and get them signed up.

Race League Results

The C Team 126.37 1 142.08 2 242.25 2 241.18 2 751.88 2
Thundercats 171.93 7 163.66 7 293.10 5 337.38 6 1047.68 4
2 Peaches & Some Nuts 201.31 8 376.47 3 321.65 5 DQ
Creekside Pizza Bistro 127.59 2 141.20 1 234.76 1 240.07 1 744.60 1
Rut Rats 148.23 6 157.00 6 277.77 4 DQ
The Rogue Ones 133.85 5 156.94 5 385.15 8 DQ
SOSRA 130.79 3 150.29 4 276.74 4 270.50 3 828.32 3
Team Winberry 132.45 4 143.69 3 369.69 7 DQ
Chris Hald, a Mt. Ashland legend

Chris Hald – the Inspiration for Mt. Ashland’s Race League

Chris Hald was an inspiration to many at Mt. Ashland and was a huge supporter of ski racing locally and all along the west coast.

It was in high school that Chris’s love for skiing began as a founding member of the Ashland High School ski team in 1967. His passion for skiing continued to grow throughout life, becoming a certified level 3 ski instructor, Technical Delegate (TD), and member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America.

Chris’s influence in the skiing community could be strongly felt on Mt. Ashland, as well as throughout the Pacific Northwest. He loved the sport and did all that he could to help others learn to love it also, by encouraging and helping others to join ski teams and to pursue coaching positions. He also officiated many ski races at Squaw Valley and surrounding mountains. His jovial presence will be missed. In the most recent years, Chris’s joy was spending time with his daughters while teaching his grandchildren to ski.

Chris passed away on April 21, 2018 at the age of 67.

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