indoor champs

Comp Info

MEETINGS (Monday)

5-6pm: British Ski & Snowboard Open Forum, for all riders & parents wishing to find out more information relating to various GB teams/academy/pathway etc..
6-7pm: BRITS Competition meeting, to discuss the week's competitions

ENTRY FEES

Entry fee includes competition registration only (Liftpass & Insurance need to be purchased additionally) £20 FOR EACH DISCIPLING ENTERED

COMP SCHEDULES

SNOWBOARD
Tuesday - Slopestyle
Wednesday - Snowboardcross
Thursday - Picture Organic Big Air
Friday - Halfpipe

FREESKI
Tuesday - Skicross
Wednesday - Slopestyle
Thursday - Halfpipe
Friday - Picture Organic Big Air

AGE CATEGORIES

  • U12: Born in 2005 or after
  • U16: Born in 2001, 2002, 2003 or 2004
  • U18: Born in 2000 or 1999 (NOT INDOOR)
  • MASTER: Born in 1986 or earlier (NOT INDOOR)
  • OPEN: 1998 -  1987 (2000 if not U18 category being awarded)

Special Notes

Snowboardcross and Skiercross - U16, U18 & MASTERS competing in either Snowboardcross or Skiercross can opt to compete in the OPEN category but MUST INFORM REGISTRATION upon collection of their Bib.
U12’s are not allowed to forfeit their age group and compete in the Open. 

IMPORTANT: If the final result is taken on timed runs, then the athlete will be eligible for both their age category (inc U12's) & overall titles regardless of whether they opted out of their age group prior to the competition.

N.B. The Overall category is where the National Champions are crowned and cash prizes awarded.

Slopestyle and Halfpipe - U12,U16,U18 & MASTERS competing in Slopestyle and Halfpipe will automatically be placed in both their "Age" category and "OPEN" category. Making it possible to win both.

JUDGING RULES

Studying the procedures and criteria behind judging and then putting these skills into practise is a very complex matter which demands attendance at judging conferences and workshops and takes years of experience to hone, however, in the interest of transparency we are working with our fully qualified Head Judges to create an overview document to inform athletes as to what is rewarded.

EQUIPMENT RULES

All competitors MUST wear a helmet when practicing and competing at the BRITS
No lycra or speed suits, cling film allowed.

PRIZES & MEDALS

National Championships (HP, SS, SX, BA)

The Overall category to the top 3 men, top 3 women in both snowboarding and skiing;

  • 1st = Gold Medal
  • 2nd = Silver Medal
  • 3rd = Bronze Medal

300 Medals

Medals are awarded for the British Championship's. These are distributed through U12, U16, U18, Open and Master categories. Potentially, an athlete could win their age category and finish in the top 3 Overall and receive 2 medals.

Special Note

Snowboardcross & Skiercross events - riders must notify registration should they wish to participate in the Overall category to gain a chance of becoming the official "British Champion".

 

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