College / University Aggregate Awards Program
Attention: College/University Skiers!
To be considered for the 2015-16 College/University Aggregate awards, please email the Cross Country BC Office attention Dudley Coulter, Athlete Development Coordinator at email@example.com no later than January 30th, 2016 to confirm your status as a full time student at a College/University.
The College/University Aggregate Awards Program is sponsored by Stussi Sport. For more information about the program refer to the guidelines below.
- 1st place athletes will be awarded Salomon S-Lab Skate Skis SG
- 2nd place athletes will be awarded Swix Team TBS Poles
- 3rd place athletes will be awarded Swix Race X Water Belt
All events in the Teck BC Cup Series with the exception of the relays are used to accumulate points. The rules pertaining to this program are the same as those used for the BC Cup Series Aggregate Awards. Awards are presented at the annual Awards Ceremony at the Teck BC Championships.
The objective of this program is to establish college/university cross-country racing "teams" at post secondary educational facilities in British Columbia, and to support the preparation of student/athletes who wish to compete for Canada in the sport of cross-country skiing at the World University Games (Winter Universiade).
- Athletes must be full time students according to the policies of the post secondary educational institution they are attending, and
- Notify the CCBC Office of their student status and their interest in participating in this series (i.e. register).
Enquiries: contact Dudley Coulter, CCBC Office. Ph: 250 545-9600. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aggregate Awards Guidelines:
- The six “individual” races in the BC Cup Series will be used to compile points for the Aggregate Awards.
- A competitor must be registered in the BC College/University Aggregate Awards Program (see above).
- A competitor must compete in at least four of the six races.
- The winner will be determined by points from the competitor’s four best (of a possible six) races. A minimum of two classic and two free technique events must be included among the four events selected to determine the points.
- In the case of a tie, where the total points are the same, the winner will be decided by the number of first place finishes. If there is still a tie, a tie will be declared.
- It is not necessary to compete in the BC Championships to win an aggregate award.
- A competitor must have a valid CCC Racing Licence.
The Aggregate Awards will be presented at the banquet & awards ceremony at the BC Championships.
Teck BC Cup #1 Vernon January 9 & 10
Teck BC Cup #2 Kamloops February 6 & 7
Teck BC Championships Whistler March 4, 5 & 6
2015-16 CCBC Competition Schedule - http://www.crosscountrybc.ca/competition-schedule