SSCV hosts Vail Cup
VAIL – Ski and Snowboard Club Vail is hosting the 2005 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Vail Cup. The newly redesigned series adds to the more-than 30-year tradition of providing the local community with a series of fun, entry-level competitions with the addition of several new events. The 2005 series consists of eight events, including the traditional race disciplines of slalom, super-G, and giant slalom; and for the first time incorporates the new events of moguls, halfpipe, slopestyle, and a nordic sprint and rail jam. Each competition in the eight-event series is free to athletes of all abilities and disciplines, ages 14 and under. Additionally, athletes participating in the first four events of the series will be eligible for qualification in the NextSnow Finals at Keystone held February 11-13.Interested participants can register for the entire series or choose specific events. Pre-registration is required and can be found at http://www.skiclubvail.org. For more information on volunteering for any of the events, please call 476-5119, ext. 100, or visit our website at http://www.skiclubvail.org/volunteers.asp.At a glanceJanuary 16, 200510:00AM-12:00PMSlalom on Black Forest1:00PM -3:00PMMoguls on Cookshack January 30, 200510:00AM-12:00PMHalf-Pipe at Golden Peak1:00PM-3:00PMSlopestyle at Golden PeakFebruary 27, 200510:00AM-12:00PMSuper G on Golden Peak1:00PM-3:00PMGiant Slalom on Golden PeakMarch 26, 200510:00AM-12:00PMNordic Sprint at SSCV Training Center1:00PM-3:00PMRail Jam at SSCV Training CenterVail Colorado
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Jeff Shiffrin, with his wife, Eileen, made the Vail area their home decades ago, and together raised Mikaela and Taylor Shiffrin, who was a member of the two-time NCAA Champion University of Denver Ski Team.