What is the difference between a XC General and a XC Competitor membership?

Cross Country General Member (17 & under) - $30 (Does not include access to U.S. Ski & Snowboard points list):  The General membership is designed for an individual at the club level who may be a U.S. Ski & Snowboard non-scored competitor participating in activities such as training, interclub, high school competition, community events and/or general club activities. General members can participate in NRL events, but they will be seeded in the last group with other General members and Non-Scored Athletes.

 

Cross Country Competitor (13 & over) - $125: The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Competitor membership provides access to all levels of U.S. Ski & Snowboard scored and non-scored competitions at the local, divisional, regional and national level. Competitor memberships include scoring on national ranking lists as well as International Ski Federation ranking lists where appropriate (with additional FIS license). This membership is required for FIS registration and FIS level competitions. NOTE: 2nd year U14s will only receive NRL points if they are racing in an event that is sanctioned for U16 or older athletesEvents sanctioned for U14s or younger athletes are NOT scored. U14 athletes not intending to race up against older athletes should purchase the Cross Country General License.

Posted by: Administrator - April 11, 2016. This article has been viewed 1952 times.
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