Nastar - ski and snowboard racing
Need to Know
Each NASTAR resort and club must have certified pacesetters set the par time for all NASTAR races. The Regional Pacesetting Trials are not open to the public.
NASTAR's National Championships returns to Steamboat, March 23-26.
NASTAR has changed the way we think about racing. And Disabled Sports USA has changed the way we think about disabilities. So when the two forces joined up last winter, we were pretty sure good things were going to happen.
Catching up with the father-son snowboard team of Joe and Jacob Landa reminded me that NASTAR Nationals — the racing, podiums, and being outdoors in the mountains — is often simply a backdrop for other awesome things happening among families.
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Event Photos from day 2 The juniors raced in the morning and the adults raced in the afternoon. Awards and prizes were presented to the winners on the event stage in the gondola plaza. Final Race Results Resort Team Results
Event Photos from day 1 Registration wrapped up and the adults raced in the morning and the juniors took over the race courses in the afternoon. Following the racing, bump awards were presented in the gondola plaza to racers that broke out of their qualifying division and U.S. Ski Team athletes hosted a huge raffle and autograph signing.
Park City Takes Resort Team Race NASTAR resorts are represented by their participants at the National Championships in the Resort Team Race. Team Results Only the top six point gainers from each resort team are used to score points for their resort team. The number of team points earned by these top point gainers are added together and divided...
The fastest lady in the 80+ age group at the Nature Valley NASTAR National Championships is awarded Pauline's Cup. The trophy is a memorial award that is presented annually to celebrate Pauline's victory in 2007 and the passion that Pauline Borovicka Arias brought to the NASTAR community. The Florida Ski Council sponsors this award to honor...
The NASTAR race season is a wrap. It’s time to hang up your skis, pack away your gear, kick back, relax and forget about ski racing for a few months, right? Wrong!
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