Final NSW Invites - SSA Northern States Champs
Final Invites to the SSA Northern States Championships are available:
Final Second Round Invites
From the Interschools Rules of Racing:
7.1 - From the NSW Regional Championships subject to competitive times/scores, the top five NSW placed teams and the top fifteen individual NSW competitors from Divisions and disciplines will be eligible to race in the SSA Northern States Championships (subject always to the discretion of the Interschools Committee).
7.2 - In the situation that less than the top 5 teams and top 15 individuals from a Regional Championships have been invited in a division, the Interschools Committee will review the results of all teams and individuals at ALL regional events, and may invite additional teams and/or individuals to the SSA Northern States Championships, who have achieved competitive times. Finalised invitations will be posted on the Interschools website soon after the end of All Regional Championships.
7.3 - Each team participating in the SSA Northern States Event must have one original team member from Ski Cross, Snowboard Cross, Moguls, Snowboard GS and two original team members from Alpine that qualified in the Regional event. Schools may enter competitors into the event that did not compete at the Regional events if they are placed in a qualified team, before entries are closed. For rules on team changes once the Championships has commenced, please refer to rule 2.10.
7.4 - From the SSA Northern States Championships subject to competitive times/scores, the top six NSW placed teams and the top twenty individual NSW competitors from divisions and disciplines (other than in Slopestyle), will be eligible to race in the Australian Interschools Championships. (Subject always to the discretion of the Interschools Committee).
7.9 - For mogul competitors a minimum acceptable score (for Championship progression) will be determined by the Interschools Committee following completion of each event, and before invitations are extended to the next level of competition. Historically this has been a score which is a minimum 40% of the total attainable score (24 / 60) and is often as high as 50% of the total attainable score (30 / 60). The minimum progression score determined reflects the level of the Championships (Regional or State), the Division Level, the course conditions, and the quality of the athlete field.