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What is the NASTAR community?

Welcome to our new and improved site. Here, you can interact with other racers on the forum, post your own photos and stories, and read the latest news on racing, skiing, resorts, family activities, and gear. Log in to join the conversation.

Why do I need two logins?

You might have noticed that our site has changed. We've added a new and improved forum, a photo section where you can share your own photos, and ski tips, travel ideas, and more to keep your racing improving. To be a part of the community you'll need to register and create an account. We encourage all NASTAR members to use their NASTAR Registration Number and password when they create their NASTAR community log in to simplify their experience.

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Scoring Team Points in a Team Race

Scoring Team Points in a Team Race

Racers score Team Points based on the handicap they earn in their age, gender and discipline group. The maximum number of points possible is 10 and a minimum of one point is scored for competing the course.

NASTAR Team Races are scored by adding the team's points and dividing by the number of scoring team members. For example, at the Regional Championship we allow six people per team but only the top three scores are used to calculate the Team's result.

Family Teams and team of friends can have up to six team members and the three high point gainers on each contribute to the team score. The NASTAR Handicap Chart provides young and old, female or male racers with an opportunity to contribute to their team equally. The first column on the Handicap Chart shows the age group and the second column shows the minimum handicap needed to score maximum team points. For example, a 13 year-old girl needs to earn a handicap of 12.99 or better to score 10 points for her team.

NASTAR racers earn a handicap or score based on their ability each time they race (platinum, gold, silver, bronze or no medal earned). The handicap chart shows a handicap range for each medal group. The minimum and maximum number of team points available is listed on the bottom of the chart. Team members score points based on where their handicap lies between the minimum and maximum range. NASTAR Team points are calculated based on a process of interpolation. The calculation for Team Points is as follows: TScore := Maximum Team Score in Range - ((HCap - minHC) x 2.99 / (maxHC - minHC)) (the value of 2.99 is the range of Team Points within the Gold, Silver and Bronze handicap range. The Platinum range is .99)