Ski Cross

Western Ski Cross Series

2021 Western Ski Cross Series

Ski Cross is an action packed event with skiers using a combination of skills competing head to head on a Cross Course with rollers, bank turns and jumps, all done with an attitude.

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SKI CROSS OVERVIEW: Internationally, Ski Cross is governed by the Freestyle branch of the FIS (Federation International de Ski) and therefore the FIS Freestyle ICR is the rule book used to govern Ski Cross. The instructions and rules contained in this document are based on the rules of Ski Cross. Ski Cross was accepted under the Alpine Canada umbrella in June 2010 and is structured as a discipline of the alpine.


The series is an “open” series with a goal of encouraging new participants to the sport who, subsequently, could join existing ski clubs to train and compete in ski cross. Athletes who are members of alpine ski clubs may be recruited to participate but also members of the general public will be sanctioned under Alpine Canada with a “One Event Waiver.” They must sign the waiver upon registration for the race.

The Western Canada SX series in 2015-16 will take place in BC and Alberta. Locations and dates will be posted on calendar.

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The races will be set up in the following recommended age categories:





event format

Sample Two-Day Competition Day Schedule

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First Day

Training Runs (Starting @ 12Noon Friday). Not Required

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Second Day

Race #1

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Third Day

Race #2

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Documents, guidelines and event resources are available at: Contact your local club for more information on Ski Cross racing and programs.

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