their individual event scores or overall score. Skiers that are on a team but are not qualified for regionals or nationals will be allowed to place in their event.
The chief scorers will need to generate the team results.
The top 4 scores for each event (Slalom, Trick, Jump) for each group (Men, Women, Juniors) will be used for determining the wining Team.
The scores will be generated through a point system based on NOPS.
Meaning if you have 44 slalom skiers that are participating in a team event, then points will be based on a 10-point increment. Example: the skier that had the highest NOPS point for slalom would receive 440 points, whereas the skier that had the lowest NOPS score would have 10. The top 4 scores for each team in each event would be accumulated to become the team score. The team with highest score wins.
5 GOING TO NATIONALS
Substitutions are allowed at the discretion of the EVP. Note that the substitute must be from the same team area/state and must have skied in the Regionals.
5.2 INDIVIDUAL QUALIFICATIONS
Reminder that individual team members do not need to be qualified for Regionals to participate in the regional team championship, and the members of the winning team at regionals do not need to be individual qualified for Nationals.
The regions can determine the type of award that can be given to the regional team title winner.
The AWSA President and executive council will determine the type of award that will be given to the national team title winner.
7 MEMBERSHIP BY STATE
Membership rosters are pending and will be sent out separately so that each region knows how many members are found in their various ‘areas’.