Langlauf 10K Cross Country Ski Race

Sun February 9, 2020 Mead, WA 99021 US Directions

Course Marshal High Priority

Minimum met, 5 volunteer spots remaining.

Details

Course marshals stand at trail junctions, cheer for racers and guide them along the course, and keep non-racers off the course. There are typically 2 volunteers per junction, with the exception of Junction 4 which is a water stop and typically has 4-6 volunteers. Course marshals must arrive at their assigned junction at least 20 minutes prior to the start of the race. If volunteers choose to skate, they need to take an alternate route (mountain view, larch, lodgepole). Once the final racers and ski patroller pass the junction, volunteers are free to ski back to the lodge.

This is an outdoor position; volunteers need to come prepared for cold/wet conditions. We recommend bringing warm boots to change into or a foam pad to stand on, as well as a warm jacket and snacks.

Check-in time at Selkirk Lodge: 8:30am
Pre-race meeting with Race Director: 8:45am
Deadline to be at assigned junction: 9:40am
Race Start: 10am

Contact Susie Holznagel with questions. susie.holznagel@gmail.com / 509-220-5404

All volunteers receive a special thank-you gift, enjoy tasty soup and baked goods donated by our race sponsors, and are entered into a prize raffle after the race!

Location

Course marshals will be at junctions 1, 2, 3, the cutoff near junction 3, shadow mountain, junction 4 (water stop/photographer), and junction 5. There will also be 2-4 course marshals stationed along the Adaptive skier race course (separate course from regular Langlauf course).

Setup / Tear Down High Priority

Minimum met, 3 volunteer spots remaining.

Details

Volunteers will arrive at Selkirk Lodge at 9am on Saturday, February 8th to assist Race Director Tim Ray in setting up the finish line and other aspects of the race course/lodge.

Setup volunteers are also needed to arrive at Selkirk by 8am on race day February 9th for last-minute preparations.
Course tear down happens after all racers have finished, usually 12pm.

Contact Susie Holznagel with questions. susie.holznagel@gmail.com / 509-220-5404

All volunteers receive a special thank-you gift, enjoy tasty soup and baked goods donated by our race sponsors, and are entered into a prize raffle after the race!

Location

Selkirk Lodge

Parking High Priority

Minimum met, 1 volunteer spot remaining.

Details

Parking volunteers need to arrive at Selkirk Lodge at 6:30am. Chris DeForest is coordinating the plan for how to run the parking operation. This position will finish by ~9:30 and volunteers can finish slightly earlier if they plan on racing.

Contact Susie Holznagel with questions. susie.holznagel@gmail.com / 509-220-5404

All volunteers receive a special thank-you gift, enjoy tasty soup and baked goods donated by our race sponsors, and are entered into a prize raffle after the race!

Location

Selkirk Lodge parking lot

Racer Check-In / Registration High Priority

Minimum met, 1 volunteer spot remaining.

Details

Volunteers will assist with racer-check in by finding packets for pre-registered racers. They will also assist with racers registering on race day. Eric Ewing will oversee this operation.

Registration/Check-in volunteers need to arrive at Selkirk Lodge to check in at 7:15am and will finish at 10am (race start).

Optionally, these volunteers can head to the finish line and assist with pulling off ankle chips as racers come through the finish area.

Contact Susie Holznagel with questions. susie.holznagel@gmail.com / 509-220-5404

All volunteers receive a special thank-you gift, enjoy tasty soup and baked goods donated by our race sponsors, and are entered into a prize raffle after the race!

Location

Selkirk Lodge

Skier Services (Food Serving) High Priority

At least 1 more volunteer needed.

Details

Skier Services volunteers serve food and drinks to racers and volunteers before and after the race. They replenish baked goods and serve cups of soup after the race. Caroline Woodwell coordinates these volunteers.

Arrival time at Selkirk lodge: 7am
Completion time: 1pm

Contact Susie Holznagel with questions. susie.holznagel@gmail.com / 509-220-5404

All volunteers receive a special thank-you gift, enjoy tasty soup and baked goods donated by our race sponsors, and are entered into a prize raffle after the race!

Location

Selkirk Lodge

Adaptive Course Volunteers High Priority

No volunteer spots remaining.

This volunteer task is full.

Details

Adaptive Course volunteers will assist in various aspects for our Adaptive Skier race course for Langlauf.

Arrival time at Selkirk lodge: 8:30am
Completion time: 1pm

Contact Susie Holznagel with questions. susie.holznagel@gmail.com / 509-220-5404

All volunteers receive a special thank-you gift, enjoy tasty soup and baked goods donated by our race sponsors, and are entered into a prize raffle after the race!

Float

Minimum met.

Details

If you haven't been assigned a specific volunteer role, please sign up as a Float.

Ski Patrol

Minimum met.

Start/Finish

Minimum met.

Details

Assisting race director with start line operations.
Pulling chips off racers at the finish line.

Location

Start line / finish line.

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