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What's your race level - what's your weight - what's your SL and GS skis?

post #1 of 8
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All this talk about race skis this and that dont mean much without some back ground information.

 

1. Masters national level 50y

2. 97kg/190cm

3. SL: FIS 165 GS: 182/24 191/27 188/30 (new for this season)

post #2 of 8

1) Club championship / parents races 40-49y

2) 93kg/180cm

3) SL: FIS 165 (2011 Head SL RD), GS: 180/21 (actually 23.8m, 2005 Head i.GS RD)

post #3 of 8

1) Easterns (SG/GS/SC) Top 20 on a yearly basis; FIS DH

2) 80kg/185cm

3) Skis: Nordica WC stock, SL 165, GS 186/193 (27m+) 195 (35m), SG 202/210, DH 216.

 

Taking the season off to focus on training and getting back into tech.

post #4 of 8

OK, I'll play

 

1. Far West Masters, (Class 7 winner 2012)

2.  75kg (I like that, sounds better than 165# :) )/5'8"

3. SL: 165 Dynastar FIS WC 

    GS: 182/25m (Blizzard), 186 27m Fischer

    SG  201 Atomic or Rossignol

post #5 of 8

OK, I'll play too..........

 

Bristol Mountain Beer League-NY Masters local races. Usually top 3 in my age group beer league, mid pack or so Masters. 2nd place NASTAR 2011 National 55-59 Gold (raced on day 2 with a broken collarbone). I'm a old guy hack who has fun racing!

 

60 years old-just moved up to Masters 8/beer league 60-64. 5'10" current weight  175-previous years weight was 190-195.

 

SL:Atomic D2 FIS 158

GS: New Atomic Redster cheater 179/18.4, Atomic D2 FIS womens 183/23, Atomic D2 cheater 179/18.4 (training/inspection)

SG: Atomic 195/33

post #6 of 8

FWRA Masters - hopefully some Far West Masters too
 

6-1 (185cm) 176lbs (80kg)

 

GS 190/27+ FIS

SL 165/13 FIS

post #7 of 8

Masters

35yrs 6,2 180lbs

 

185 CM GS 21m

165 CM SL  13m

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NASTAR strong gold eeking in on platinum.  Think I can get it if I take off the jacket next time..  Caveat, I only get out  a couple times a year and hardly ever when they are running NASTAR.  Thank God for old folks handicapping!

 

170 pounds

170 cm SL for tighter courses (Head iWorld Cup SuperShape 12 meter)

185 cm GS for wider sets  (Salamon LAB GS 21 meter)

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