Second race no-go

By From page A6 | January 20, 2014

Due to unsafe conditions on setting a race course, the South 1 Division has cancelled today’s Giant Slalom at Sierra at Tahoe, marking the second consecutive week prep county alpine ski and snowboard teams have had to reschedule.
“Well, we are off to really slow start this year,” South 1 Division coordinator Brian Caldwell said in an e-mail to the Mountain Democrat. “Hopefully we get snow before the next scheduled race on Jan. 27.”
Caldwell has been looking into other venues such as Heavenly and Kirkwood but feels that option doesn’t hold much promise right now.
“We just need a couple storms to get us going,” Caldwell said.

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