Competitive sport

Stars of Chamrousse - alpine ski race for young people

Etoiles de Chamrousse course enfant ski alpin

Chamrousse

18 February 2023

Festive alpine ski race for young people.

Races in 2 formats:
1) Leisure version - open to all: licensees of the French ski federation, “loisirs” snow card and not licensed with the “ticket course”.
2) Competition version - open to children: categories under 8 years old, under 10 years old and under 12 years old.

Program:
- withdraw of number sign at the Tourist Office in Chamrousse 1650 and race briefing, in front of the Tourist Office.
- combi race in 2 rounds, giant slalom and skicross, suitable for children (Chamrousse 1650 - Florence Masnada stadium)
- final parallel race (Chamrousse 1650 - Aiguille slope)
- podium and award ceremony for each category with 2 separates rankings (leisure/competition) + 1 club podium.

Online registration is compulsory.
Prices licensed and non-licensed to come (package including ski pass, race, 1 hot drink and 1 neckband)

Musical entertainment all afternoon and small catering (pancakes and barbecue) to refuel! Come on, come all !

Further information

Target clientele:
Spécial sportifs

Useful information

Stade de slalom Florence Masnada

Je réserve

Opening times

Saturday 18 February 2023 between 11 am and 4 pm.

Prices


Prices for licensed and non-licensed (to come)

Registration details:
- for non-licensees and leisure: online registration recommanded, but possibility of on-site registration on the day of the race from 9.30 to 10.30am (at the Tourist Office in Chamrousse 1650).
- for clubs: compulsory online registration

"Family" pack : from 3 registrations of the same family, 10% reduction on the amount of registrations (only on site, on the day of the race).

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Information updated on 20/12/2022 by Office du Tourisme de Chamrousse

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Stars of Chamrousse - alpine ski race for young people

Chamrousse 1650
38410 Chamrousse
France

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