There are six races in the 2019 NENSA High Peaks Cyclery Rollerski Race Series. Athletes will be ranked by their best 2 of 6 placements, with both open male and open female competitors vying for a Series cash purse of ($500-1, $300-2, $200-1). Juniors and masters will receive recognition and prizes.
Series ranking will be determined by the sum of placements, where points equal the result. The tie-breaking mechanism is as follows: Best single finish, second best single finish, third best single finish.
*Lake Placid Doubleday – the sum of placements from the two events will determine the overall day ranking.
The top skiers from pre-registration (lowest US Ski & Snowboard / FIS points) will race on NENSA’s matched sets of Swenor Rollerskis. Depending on race formats skis will be provided to the top-ten or top-twenty skiers of each gender. Skiers will receive the skis no sooner than twenty minutes before start.
Marty Hall NENSA College Cup
The College Cup will be awarded to the college team that accumulates the most points over the course of the series. In each race skiers will be awarded World Cup points from the college results. Example: 2,3,4 (80, 60, 50)= 190 or 17,20,21 (14,11,10)= 35. The system is meant to reward participation and there is no limit on number of skiers. Similar to the overall series rankings, ties will be broken by best race result as a team, and the Lake Placid Doubleday will count as one race. Standings will be updated after each race.