Upcoming Events

NEW 2019 SBX/SX Format – click for details 2019 SBX-SX Speed Series Format-ONLINE

2019 Volunteer Bond Program

The Purpose of the Volunteer Bond Program is to encourage members to become actively involved in the operation and success of the Speed Series.

In order to continue to provide a safe, competitive environment to our members we will be requiring either a time or financial commitment from each family, formally referred to as the “Volunteer Bond Program”.  2019 Volunteer Bond Program

2019 Ontario Speed Series Age Categories
Note that 1st year FIS athletes may compete in the U16 age category as per the policy below however Snowboard Ontario will need to be advised of their intention to remain in the U16 category a minimum of 3 days prior to their first event or they will automatically be added to the Start List in the OPEN/FIS category.

Racing ages as of December 31st 2017
Age Category Age Year of Birth
U10 8 & 9 year olds 2009 & 2010
U12 10 & 11 year olds 2007 & 2008
U14 12 & 13 year olds 2005 & 2006
U16 14 & 15 year olds 2003 & 2004
OPEN/FIS 15+ year olds with FIS License
16+ / Senior and Masters 16+ non FIS, Seniors and Masters

Ontario Speed Series HIGHSCHOOL CATEGORY

This event category is recreational for current Ontario high school athletes that are NOT part of club or team outside of their high school. Athletes participating in the High School category will not receive coaching from anyone outside of their high school team coach.

All participants in the High School category are required to be members of Canada Snowboard/ Snowboard Ontario and hold a current  Basic Competitor License ($50.00).

Changing from Age Group Class to Open Class and back
Competitors who start the season registered in a specific Age Group will be allowed to move up to the Open Class during the same season. Ontario Speed Series Points earned in the Age Group class will be eliminated and the competitor will start from zero towards Ontario Speed Series Points in the Open Class.
Competitors who start out the season in the Open Class will not be allowed to move down to an Age Group Class until the following year.

Ontario Snowboard Speed Series Point Calculation

SO points shall be awarded based on a 50 point scale and shall be awarded to the first 35
finishers in each event as follows:

Accumulation of Points and Ranking

Points will expire at the end of each season and do not carry forward to the next
season.

Athletes who compete in Ontario Snowboard Speed Series events will be eligible to accumulate points as per the below

Accumulation of points will be the best 2 series results + Provincial Championships

Athletes must attend a min. of two events + Provincials to be included in series rankings

The purpose of the points is to rank athletes in Ontario and will be used to determine overall  Ranking and be used as part of the criteria for Junior Development  Team selection and as one of the criteria for determining eligibility for events with limited enrollment (e.g. Nationals)

2019 ON SBD Series Point Calculation


Previous Results

2018 SO Speed Series Alpine Rank – Final

2018 SO Speed Series SBX Rank – Final