2010: Report I Gallery I
This is a brand NEW event for 2010!
NEW***For 2010 Natives is hosting the first ever (as far as we know...) Mini Olympics as our second event in the Workers Challenge series. It will take place in Val d'Isere, at the Grand Stade and will consist of 4 exciting events including;
1) Bum boarding
2) Mini Individual Slalom
3) Speed Competition
4) Pineapple Relay Race
Prizes will be awarded for the best fancy dress and the theme is: come dressed up as a team from the country of your choice - the more obscure the better (eg. cool runnings - see photo). Plus you can buy a photo of yourself in action, from the days events, courtesy of on site photographer Adam Johnston.
Please be there for 11am for the offiical opening ceremony...after that the events will take place, and points will be aquired by each team. Remember extra points means podium places - and fancy dress originality is a must!
Get some practice in...
Grand Stade is open all season so get some practice in with your bum board and check out the course.
Loads of great prizes
Up for grabs; Kit from new brand First Drop, Goody bags from Ski Club of Great Britain,, tickets to the Altitude Festival 2010, DVDs Warren Smith Ski Accademy. From local sponsors new for 2010; Oxygene Ski School are providing lessons and from our associate sponsors; clothing from Greeneye, subscriptions to Fall Line and Document magazine, wheelie bags from feet specialists Profeet, sim cards from Aether Mobile, Black Flys eyewear, more to follow...
Entry costs €20 in advance per team of 4 (€25 on the day). Entry forms are available from Oxygene Ski School office and shop or from Grand Stade. There are limited places available, so please don't leave it to the last minute.
After-Party + Prize-Giving
Le Petit Danois will host the after party and prize giving from 7pm - there'll be the opporunity to win more prizes as the action contiues with the Mini indoor winter Olympic challenges including broom curling...
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