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Badger State Games Alpine
January 8 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Granite Peak Ski Resort
3605 N. Mountain Road
Wausau, WI 54401
Registration is open until midnight 1/06/2022
No On-Site registration will be allowed
Giant Slalom: $25
Both Events: $45
Just a reminder that Masters is for racers that have participated in organized racing programs or events and Citizen is for first time racers or very inexperienced racers.
**Purchase of a lift ticket is REQUIRED in addition to the registration fee. The best pricing for lift tickets is available online at http://www.skigranitepeak.com
All race bibs must be picked up before the racers meeting Saturday morning in the Sundance Chalet. No tables will be open after that.
For competition rules please click here.
Age determined as of the first of the year – Jan. 1, 2022
Citizens & Masters
85 and older
All races will be run on exhibition
NASTAR age groups will still be in effect.
(Schedule subject to change, check this page for future updates)
BADGER STATE GAMES ALPINE
RACING EVENT FACT SHEET
5:00 pm -7:30 pm RACER BIB PICKUP – DRIVE UP ONLY IN NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THE GPSA PARKING LOT.
5:00 pm -7:30 pm RACERS CLINIC Exhibition run. SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIRED
7:45 AM – 8:30 AM RACER BIB PICKUP – DRIVE UP ONLY IN NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THE GPSA PARKING LOT
9:00 AM Course Inspection Citizens Giant Slalom
9:30 AM Race – Citizens Giant Slalom
10:45 AM Course Inspection Masters Giant Slalom
11:00 AM Race – Masters Giant Slalom
12:30 PM Course Inspection Citizens Slalom
1:00 PM RACE – Citizens Slalom
2:45 PM Course Inspection Masters Slalom
3:15 PM RACE- Masters Slalom
There will not be a racers meeting this year. Any questions can be addressed with the BSG Officials at the start tunnel. Safer Practices will be required at all race runs.
For those that want to cheer on our athletes and to see them bring home the gold here are a few tips:
Best place to view the event & how much you can see: Spectators at the finish line will be able to see 80 % of the race, from the start line 20%
Seating Available or bring your own chairs: Bring your own chairs
Admission Fee: No
Concessions: Concessions available in the Lodge
Signs or Noise makers: YES! Cow bells are highly encouraged 🙂
Other information: It is about a 250 yard hike up a 10 degree grade to the Start or Finish. To see the start spectators need to park at the Visitor Center parking lot at the entrance to the park and walk up to the upper Ski Patrol Building. The start is adjacent to the Ski Patrol building. This requires having a Wisconsin State Park Sticker. To get to the Finish from the Historic Chalet, proceed up lower Hot Cocoa to where Spruce Glen intersects and you will see the finish to your right. (Across, to the right, and up the hill a bit from the top of Blizzard surface lift). No one can ride the lift without skis on.
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