SMUGMUG PICTURE-SET FROM THE MEET! -Compliments of Dave Zoll
THE 29th ANNUAL LAKEVILLE JV INVITATIONAL MEET WAS A SUCCESS
Saturday, February 8th, 2020 at Kenwood Trail Middle School Lakeville, MN
4.5K Freestyle, Open to 6th-12th Graders
You are invited to attend the 28th Lakeville JV/Junior High Nordic Invite! This race is developed to give your Jr. High and JV skiers some end of the season incentive and competition to win some hardware!
Course Map also see below)
Teams currently confirmed: Prior Lake, ISD 196 (Eagan, Eastview, Rosemount Apple Valley), Edina, Stillwater, Roseville, Eden Prairie, Coon Rapids, Winona, Burnsville, Lakeville.
Schedule: (in the event of cold weather (below -4 air, or -20 wc, all races will be delayed)
Distance: 4.5k (single loop)
Format: Mass Start Freestyle for each event. The start area allows for a row of approx. 10 skiers, double pole zone is approx 10 meters.
Awards: The first 10 skiers in each race will receive a custom medal!
Timing: We will have a running clock at the start and another at the finish area.
Coaches will be responsible for recording their own skiers times and submitting an electronic or hard copy to Rich Heilman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any non-submitted missing results by 6 pm on 2/9/20 will be missing from posting.
Results Format for sending in
|Name (F L)||Grade||Team||Time (mm:ss)|
Cost: The cost of the race is $5.00 per skier with a team max of 200.00 per team. Bring check or cash on race day. Checks payable to: Lakeville Nordic Ski Boosters.
Bus Drop/Bus Parking: In the west parking lot (in back) nearest to the Start/Finish Area. Enter in south-most school driveway entrance and stay left entering “Buses” lane to back of building.
Indoor Seating and Bathrooms: will be available in the Kenwood Trail MS Cafeteria.
Facilities: We have been given access to the Kenwood Trail Middle School Building use, please respect the building use expectations and rules.
Lakeville Head Coach Rich Heilman at email@example.com
(Actual distance ranges between 4.4 to 4.6K based on variation in snow conditions and course marking)