Les Lampionnettes
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Les Lampionnettes

Night-time cross-country ski duo relay race: free technique, on a lighted loop. Open to all aged 7 and over. Disguises highly recommended! Online registration recommended on Helloasso.

21 Feb 2024 - Feb 21 2024
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2024 prices: - Marmot or Chamois race: €10 - Eagles Race: €15.
Les Lampionnettes


Night-time relay race in teams of 2, free technique from mini-poussins to seniors.

- 5.30-6.20 pm: on-site registration and number collection
- from 6.30pm: start of races
Race lasts 25 minutes, with classification by number of laps, by category.

3 relays according to category:
- Course des Marmottes - "children": relay 1 child / 1 adult. The child starts and finishes the race; 3 laps for children, 2 laps for adults (adults keep the gap between youngsters during their laps).
- Course des Chamois - "youth": relay 1 child / 1 adult. The youngster takes the start; race lasts 15 minutes; classification by number of laps.
- Course des Aigles: "adults": a single race lasting 25 minutes, ranking by number of laps (adult category - relay 2 adults or AS category - runners with FFS points < 300).

A classic-style track will be laid.
A refreshment stand will be set up from 5:30 p.m. throughout the evening. We'll be selling the traditional sweet and savoury crêpes, mulled wine...
If you're looking for a teammate (race 2024 link): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hvTDjWEAwN_vk7WgSjLZmb3hfcg6qz1Q/edit#gid=9721540
The podiums for the Marmottes and Chamois races will be held before the Eagles race. All other podiums will be held on site at the end of the last race, including the one for the best masquerade costume.

Olivier Pilon" Challenge awarded to the most Nordic family and Challenge for the most represented Club (excluding SNBC).
Full details on the Nordic Ski Club website: www.snbc.fr

Rules for the "Olivier Pilon" challenge: to take part, a relay must be made up of 2 members of the same family (parents, children, grandparents). In each race, points are awarded to family relays (n, n-1... 2, 1 depending on the number n of family relays in a race). A bonus of 1 point is awarded for each single member of a family taking part in a race. The family ranking will be calculated by adding up the points. The Olivier Pilon challenge will be awarded to the family with the highest total number of points in the various races.

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