2014 Braveheart Snowshoe Racing Series Information
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The Braveheart Snowshoe Racing Series is returning for the 5th year!
This year we will again base the series on race participation NOT race placement.
If you are a new race director and want your race to be part of the series you can contact Braveheart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It works as follows:
First of all, There is NO fee to participate.
Runners must register for each race individually. To participate in the series, racers contact Dave Sykora at email@example.com with name, email address and phone number stating that you want to be in the series.
Important: In order for the race to count you will be required to report your participation in each race to Dave within a week of completing the race. Only races that are part of the series will count. Participating races can be found on the “Cute Moose” web site on the “Snowshoe Event” page. See www.cutemoose.net Participating races are indicated by "Snowshoe Series" adjacent the races listed on the "Snowshoe Event” page. If there are multiple races for one event you may do any or all of them provided you complete each race entered.
The USSSA National Competition: Any of the races completed will
count for the series. This includes the citizens and relay races. See www.snowshoeracing.com
event schedule and regulations.
This year the series will have 5 race classifications:
Open Class - The participant may wear any size and or style snowshoe as long as the snowshoe is no smaller than the minimum requirements of the United Stated Snowshoe Association (USSSA). See: www.snowshoeracing.com
Mountaineering / Classic Class the Mountaineering and Classic class will be combined this year for the drawing portion of the awards.
Mountaineering - Requires the participant to wear a 30 inch or larger snowshoe any construction plus 15-lb pack (back or fanny) or weighted vest.
Note: There are race venues that have their own regulations for their Mountaineering race; i.e. Perkinstown, Badger State Games and Stomp the Swamp. It is recommended that you abide by these regulations. If you wish only to acquire points towards the Braveheart Series follow the series regulations, DO NOT enter the venues Mountaineering race and PLEASE notify the venues race director of your intention before the start of the race.
Classic – Requires the participant to wear a wood frame snowshoe. The snowshoe can be any size and any decking material, but the snowshoe must have a wood frame.
There will be separate drawings for each of the race classifications, so participants will be eligible for more than one prize.
Prizes will be awarded based on drawings held at the end of the season at the Lakewoods Midwest Championships. For every series race completed and reported to Dave Sykora the participant’s name will be entered into a drawing.
will include: 3
pairs Dion snowshoes and assorted Dion apparel, two
pair of ALTRA running shoes and other items from SILENT GLIDE.
Get ready for SNOW!!!!
Photo of the
Photo of the 2011 Awards:
the third annual
Relive the fun and excitement of 2011 - 2013... March 7-9, 2014 at Lakewoods Resort near Cable, WI.... (the same location as the 2011 National Snowshoe Championship).
Race with the Best of the Midwest and bring the family to enjoy a winter weekend together. Special lodging rates if registered early. Check out http://www.lakewoodsresort.com/ for registration, updates and more information when available
March 7, 2014
March 8, 2014
March 9, 2014
Register early for the big snowshoe Midwest Championship race and fun get-together in Cable, WI!