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Important Club Events

PC 200: May 31st (fundraiser) Register Here 

Red Bull 400: June 1st 2019  (fundraiser) Register Here 

Looking to Volunteer? More info coming soon, stay tuned 

 

 

Park City 200/ Red Bull 400 weekend

This is PCSS Nordic's biggest fundraising of the year! 

Come and enjoy the Utah Olympic Park Legacy facilities while supporting the Park City Ski and Snowboard Nordic Club. This race is a grueling 200 meter uphill race with 250’ of elevation gain that finishes at the takeoff of the HS 134 meter ski jump at the Utah Olympic Park. All participants (* up to 300) will run in their assigned heats. Race will run in heats of up to 40 individuals per heat. Male and female will run in separate heats. Fastest 40 times in the boys’ heat and 40 fastest times in the girls’ heat will qualify for separate finals that will decide winners Park City 200. Parents will run in a parent heat separate from (9-15 year old) heats. There is not a final heat for parents.

Registration Link (All proceeds from the race go towards Equipment and Wax for the PCSS Nordic Youth Athletes)

Questions? Contact Race Director Alan Alborn Aalborn@parkcityss.org

Entry Classes: 
(9 -15) male and female $40 *Outside of this age range and want to run? Contact Aalborn@parkcityss.org.

(Parent of 9-15 year old participant) $40 * parent’s time will be combined with 9-15 son or daughter for overall time. Parents and juniors will compete in different heats. 

Schedule of events: 

Registration is $40 until Thursday at 5 pm and $50 after that.  Registration closes Thursday May 30th at 6PM MST. Race starts 6:00PM Sharp

Pre-race check-in: Thursday Utah Olympic Park 1st floor Legacy Lodge 5 – 7PM
Day of Race check-in: 4:30 – 6:30 come no later than 30 min before your assigned heat time. Heat Times will be sent out in the AM on Friday May 31st .  

Register for the Park City 200 click here

5th Annual Red Bull 400 June 1st 2019
Register Here 

Red Bull 400 returns to the iconic Utah Olympic Park in Park City on June 1, 2019. With a starting point of 6,870 feet this 400 meter near-vertical sprint will challenge competitor’s speed, endurance and determination to the top of the breathtaking 2002 Winter Games ski jump. This ultimate power endurance test is open to 1,200 registrants and features seven different registration options: Individual Men’s and Women’s Solo; COED Heat, Individual Men's and Women’s Custom Heat Time; COED Relay 4 x 100, Red Bull 400 Heat Buyout. 2018's highest venue sits an energy-sapping 2,126 meters above sea level.

We also need a lot of volunteer help. Sign-up coming soon 

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