1pm - 5pm: Course open for official inspection (teams arriving earlier than 1:00 may ski the course but it won’t be marked until 1:00 pm)
7-8pm: Live Coaches Meeting in the Trophy Room of the Harold Alfond Athletic Center (to get to the Trophy Room, go in the front entrance of the AC and take an immediate left through the second set of doors. The Trophy Room is straight ahead.)
Saturday (EISA NCAA Qualifier and Chummy Broomhall Cup*)
10:00: Women’s 5 km individual start CLASSIC
11:30: Men’s 10 km individual start CLASSIC
Link to Start Lists
Awards will take place in the stadium after the men’s race including the presentation of the Chummy Broomhall Cup to the top collegiate team in Maine.
Sunday (EISA NCAA Qualifier)
9:30: Women’s 15 km mass start SKATE
11:00: Men’s 20 km mass start SKATE
Awards will take place in the stadium after the men’s race
*What is the Chummy Broomhall Cup? The award recognizes the top collegiate team in Maine based on one day of racing. The event, put together by the Maine Winter Sports Center (MWSC), is named in honor of Rumford native, 10th Mountain Division veteran, two-time Olympian and the figurehead of the Chisholm Ski Club, (one of the nations oldest and most active ski clubs), Wendall "Chummy" Broomhall.