The 4th Annual Lobstah Cup
Shawnee Peak, ME
Saturday, Feb. 2nd
The New England Masters are heading back to Shawnee Peak for the 4th Annual Lobstah Cup! Come join racers from around New England as they square off in not 1 BUT 2 Giant Slalom races down Headwall & East Slope. That’s right, 2 races in 1 day! If you’ve never done a Masters race this is a great opportunity to try it out on a “masters friendly” course with some really fun people. Make sure to stick around for the post-race party filled food, prizes and lots of stories. There will also be a cash bar available.
** Cost includes a full day lift ticket AND access to the after-party.
Trail: Shawnee Peak’s The Headwall / East Slope
Time: Register 8:00-9:15 am
Race 1: 9:30 am start
Race 2: 1:00 pm start
**Start times are approximate and can vary. Race Officials will communicate start times for all runs.
Format: 2 runs per race (regardless if you finish the 1st run), organized by age class, World Cup points system
U.S. Ski & Snowboard License (USSS):
This is a USSS sanctioned race and racers are required to have a USSS “Masters” license.
If you do not have a USSS license, NEMS can you provide you with a complementary Short-Term License. Yes- FREE!
Please contact our Race Admin, Lucy Blake, at nemastersRA@gmail.com so we can get you set up. It will take just a couple of minutes.
If you have a USSS “Competitor” license, a “Masters” license can be added for FREE by calling USSS at (435) 647-2666
A hard-sided helmet is required. The helmet does NOT need to be a FIS helmet. It just needs to be hard-sided.
If you need to borrow a hard-sided helmet please contact Matt Mitsis (Matthew.Mitsis@gmail.com)
Common Questions with Answers:
Q1. Do I have to be a New England Masters racer to participate?
A1. No, but we encourage all racers after the first year to join NEMS. If you haven’t been a member for a few years you are welcome to give it a try again before joining, but only members are eligible for the grand prizes at the end of year banquet and discounts from our sponsors.
Q2. What skill level do I need to have?
A2. We have racers of all ability levels, from brand new racers to former U.S. Ski team members and everything in between (beer league, past high school race team, NASTAR, USSA, FIS, etc.)
Q3. How old do I need to be to participate?
A3. Racers must be 18 years old to race.
Q4. If I have a seasons pass, do I still have to pay the full amount?
A4. Yes. Unfortunately we are unable to offer a discount on the race fee for season pass holders.
Q8. How do I register?
A8. Registrations can be completed online ahead of time at www.skiracereg.com. Click here for detailed instructions.
Q9. Can I register on the day of the race?
A9. Yes, however we encourage racers to pre-register since onsite registration takes longer to complete.
Q10. How am I changed for this race?
A10. Racers are not changed until after the race. If you register online and are unable to make it to the race, you will only be changed a $5 Did Not Start (DNS) Fee.
Still have questions?
Contact the Race Administrator Lucy Blake at email@example.com