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  LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL TEAMCAPTAINS!

Seeding Lists 2017 available! Click here

Results of this year´s elections at the annual Teamcaptains´ meeting.

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26 Feb - 03 March 2017
58th WASC- Lake Placid, USA

September/October 2017
Fallmeeting IASF Board of Directors in Kitzbühel, Austria

11 - 16 March 2018
59th WASC- Kitzbühel, Austria

  WASC 2017
Lake Placid, NY

58th WASC
26 Feb - 03 March 2017
 Lake Placid,NY USA

Lodging information for the 2017 WASC Lake Placid ,NY
Event Schedule for the 2017 WASC Lake Placid ,NY
INVITATION WASC 2017
LAKE PLACID/NY
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For questions comments or concerns please contact us.

Board@ski-iasf.org

Seeding Lists
Visa & Foreign Athletes Entering the US
Each person traveling into the United States must have an American Visa. At the border crossing, each person is required to pay a fee of $6.00 (USD) and complete an I-94 registration card. A new visa is required each time you enter the United States.

Currency Exchange



Teams are encouraged to exchange foreign currency to U.S. dollars prior to arrival. The best location for currency exchange is at an airport.
Liability & Insurance

The organizer cannot be held liable for any damage or accident. All participants must be sufficiently insured against accidents and illness by self or National Federation.

Registration, Check In, & Accreditation
Registration will be held at the Conference Center at the Olympic Center, located at 2634 Main Street. Refer to the schedule below for Event Registration times.  All Team Leaders must report to registration before accessing the trails at Whiteface, Mt. Van Hoevenberg Cross Country Ski Center, and the Olympic Jumping Complex.

Team Captains Meetings
All Team Captains meetings will be held at the Conference Center at the Olympic Center, located at 2634 Main Street. See schedule for times.
Ceremonies. The medal ceremony will take place approximately 30 minutes after the end of the competition at the base awards stage.

Team Registration

Please download the forms using the need forms click here button above and fill out the Team Registration spreadsheet completely with all of your athlete information. The athlete registration fee is $300 per athlete. VISA, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted. If writing a check, please have one check for your team made payable to Olympic Regional Development Authority. Email your completed Team Registration spreadsheet by Monday, February 20 to Matt Yaniro, Event Coordinator, at myaniro@orda.org in one of the following formats: .xls, .xlsx, or .csv.

Airport Transportation Request

Transportation to and from the airports in Albany, NY and Montreal, Canada will be provided at a cost of $200 round-trip or $100 one-way per person. Please download and complete the following spreadsheet using the need forms click here button above with your flight and payment details. Email your completed Airport Transportation Request by Wednesday, February 1 to Jenna Lute, Events Logistics Manager, at jlute@orda.org in one of the following formats: .xls, .xlsx, or .csv. Alternatively, you may print, complete, scan, and email your request as an attachment (.pdf or .jpg). Should you experience any travel delays or issues, please contact Jenna via email or mobile at (518) 637-3237.

History

It all started back in 1960 when skiers from Air France and Swissair were invited to take part in ski carnival races at Alaska’s Arctic Valley just outside of Anchorage.

Although the races were started at Arctic Valley, they were soon at both Arctic Valley and Mt. Alyeska. They were moved to Mt. Alyeska exclusively and remained there under the sponsorship of the Anchorage Times until 1975.

In 1976 the venue moved to Mt. Hood, Oregon and has been held on three continents at many different resorts since that time. This resulted in need for an association or Federation to oversee the conduct and scheduling of future events.Howard Clifford was elected the first president and presided over the first meet under Federation sanction at Les Diablerets, Switzerland in 1977.

The Federation became a non-profit corporation under the laws of State of Washington, USA on 5 December 1977. The purpose of, but not limited to, was the fostering of national and international amateur sports competition and the development and maintenance of the sport of skiing among airline employees throughout the world.

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