First Full Season for World Pro Ski Tour Begins in New Hampshire
After more than 20 years, The World Pro Ski Tour returns for its first full season of racing starting with the White Mountain Dual Challenge on Feb. 8-10 at Waterville Valley Ski Resort in New Hampshire. The debut event will feature the professional dual alpine ski race format. The field includes Olympian Nolan Kasper, as well as World Cup and NCAA competitors.
The event will be free and open to the public, and televised in March on the CBS Sports Network, the 24-hour home of CBS Sports, which is available nationally (check your local listings for air time).
Schedule of Events
7-9p.m. – Tito’s Handmade Vodka Athlete Welcome Reception at Brookside
Friday, Feb. 9
12 p.m. – White Mountain Dual Challenge Qualifier
3-5 p.m. – Tito’s Handmade Vodka Apres Ski Party at T-Bar’s
8-10 p.m. – Tito’s Late Night Party at La Hacienda
Saturday, Feb. 10
12 p.m. – White Mountain Dual Challenge Finals
3 p.m. – Awards Ceremony
4-6 p.m. – Tito’s Handmade Vodka Apres Ski Party at T-Bar’s
8-11 p.m. – Tito’s World Pro Ski Tour Closing Party at Mulligan’s
“We are thrilled to kickoff the World Pro Ski Tour at Waterville Valley and start the first full-season for the tour,” said President of World Pro Ski Tour Ed Rogers. “The ski industry is growing rapidly and one of the reasons why is the number of talented American and international ski racers, including many of the competitors this weekend. With the Olympics right around the corner, this is a great chance for ski racing fans to come see these world-class athletes right in their backyard. Our main goal is to stimulate the ski industry by providing young racers an opportunity to experience financial success in order to pursue their dreams.”
The World Pro Ski Tour has two other scheduled events this season on March 8-10 at Aspen Snowmass in Colorado and March 29-31 at Sunday River in Maine. The World Pro Ski Tour is supported by premier sponsors Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Maine Office of Tourism, and Greenhead Lobster as well as many other tour partners.
Release courtesy of World Pro Ski Tour.