Who Can Compete?
Competitors from all ability levels are encouraged to enter, with an emphasis on fun and participation.
Interschools is a team-based competition for students attending the same school, although individuals can enter when insufficient competitors are not available to form a team (except for the Cross Country Relay which is a team only event).
Competitors can compete up a division to make a team. However, a primary school competitor can not race in a secondary division. Females can compete in a male team.
The top 3 teams and individuals are awarded in each event, except the Cross Country Relay where only the teams are recognised. The top 6 teams and top 15 individuals from an event are considered for an invitation to the Australian Championships. Events with less than 30 starters will qualify top 6 teams and top 10 individuals.
To achieve a team score, teams need to include:
- 3-4 competitors for Alpine. Fastest 3 times from the first and second runs are added together
- 2-3 competitors for Skiercross, Freestyle Moguls, Snowboard Giant Slalom, Snowboard Cross, Ski Slopestyle and Snowboard Slopestyle
- Team results in Snowboard Cross and Ski Cross are calculated on two best times/scores from the first qualifying run
- Snowboard Giant Slalom team result will be calculated by adding the fastest 2 runs in each of the two runs together
- Moguls, Ski and Snowboard Slopestyle team results will be calculated by adding the two best competitors run scores together.
- 3 competitors for the Cross Country Freestyle and Relay. The lowest combined times of all three team members will determine the team results.