Thanks to an influx of new snow due to recent storm systems, the South 1 Division’s oft-interrupted alpine race season resumes competition today with two Slalom runs on Lower Main at Sierra-at-Tahoe.
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Lack of snow needed to set a safe course at Sierra pushed South 1 to Heavenly Resort for two, same-day races late last month. Team-wise, Ponderosa and El Dorado are the early front-runners in the eight-team division.
According to division reps. the remaining schedule calls for a double Slalom race Feb. 17 and a Giant Slalom on Feb. 24 with Feb. 19 and 20 as makeup dates.