Bibs and Lift Tickets must be worn during the race (including course inspection).

Access to restricted areas of the race course will be denied unless BOTH pieces of ID are displayed.

Coaches displaying their ID may accompany their athletes during inspection but will not be permitted access to the restricted course area during the race.

Coaches must return BIBS at the end of the 2nd run of the second day (Registration Area  – Main Lodge)

DSQs will be posted via Whatsapp after each race.

If a protest is to be filed, the teacher-coach has 30 minutes from the time that the results and disqualifications are posted to do so.  The proper Protest Form and a cheque for $50- must be submitted within this time frame.

All area and Ontario Ski Resort Association rules regarding safe skiing at all times will be in effect. Ski Patrol has the right to cancel a racer’s lift ticket. The penalty will be the removal of the racer from the start order of subsequent races and a DQ for all runs completed. The coach may appeal this decision to the Protest Committee.

The C.S.P.S. shall have two patrollers on each hill on both days. They will be in contact with race organizers at all times.

Disrespect to any official or employee of Osler Bluff Ski Club at any time will result in sanctions as per the “OFSAA Rules of Behaviour”.

All racers, coaches and officials will receive a two (2) day lift ticket at registration.

Giant Slalom races will be single panel. Slalom races will be single pole. Both High School and Open Division competitors will race Giant Slalom on the 1st day and Slalom on the 2nd day. This could change based on conditions.

In both the OFSAA Giant Slalom and Slalom competition, hard shell crash helmets
(designed for Giant Slalom alpine ski racing) which provide complete head protection
(front & back) and full ear protection are mandatory for all High School and Open
competitors. FIS approved slalom helmets which must have a chin guard attached to the helmet and which bear the following certification codes (CEE 1077, US 2040, or Snell S98 or R98) are permitted for OFSAA slalom specific events only.

Snow sport helmets must be worn by all coaches and officials while on the hill.