Schuss Boomer Downhill

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Race Summary 2012

Race Day Saturday March 31, 2012 on Hudson Bay Mountain

Summary of Results

Category Name Time/Speed[m:ss.hh][km/hr]
Closest Team
The Has-Beens
Erin Havard
Claire Challen
Norma Stokes
.13 sec
Female Skier Claire Challen 1:24.52
Male Skier Eric Person 1:21.95
Female Radar Claire Challen 106
Male Radar Eric Person
Jim Hinchliffe

THANK YOU for your tremendous support of the 28th Annual Schuss Boomer Downhill held Saturday March 31, 2012. The generous support of you and individuals in and out of our community contributing to this event, has again made this a very successful event!

Funds raised from this event for the Smithers Ski & Snowboard Club - $7,754.00


Central Mountain Air - Skeena Cat Skiing - BV Electric Ltd. - Dawn 2 Dusk - Sport World - Hudson Bay Mountain - Vallhalla Pure Outfitters - Smokescreen Graphics - Bulkley Valley Eye Care - BVLD Radio - CJFW - Hy-Tech Drilling - Remax Bulkley Valley - BV Insurance - Canyon Creek Contracting - Northwest Kitchen Centre - Rayz Board Shop - Steelhead Excavating

Canfor - Interior News - Luna’s Pilates & Fitness - McBike & Sport - Alpine Wiring - A&W Family Resteraunt - Heatherington & Hooper - Richard Stanton –RBC - Royal Bank - Table100

All-West Glass - BV Credit Union - Alpine Cut & Esthetics - Barry Smith Holdings - Fitness Northwest - Frontier Chrysler- Interior Stationary - Perry & Co - Vandergaag & Baaker - MacKenzie Travel - Oscars - Bandstra Transportation - Evergreen Industrial Supplies - Totem Audio - Schimmels Bakery Café

Sponsor Donations


Name Tasks
Gary Huxtable
Raeleen Maurer
Smithers Ski Club representatives, Course and Event Work.
Heidi Westfall, Lara Collingwood Sponsorship and Prizes.
Gary Huxtable, Jim Hinchliffe
Scott Marko, Eric Person
On-Hill Set-up.
Michelle Golder, Tamie Buckles
Heidi Westfall
Registration and Results.
Table100 Assortment Timing.
Heidi Westfall, Lara Collingwood
Tony Harris
Awards and Prizes.

Race Format

The fun race consists of teams of three (3) dressed up in costume and individual racers. Each team picks an estimated time and the closest “combined guessed time” for the team wins.

The individuals with the need-for-speed compete to be the fastest on the mountain. (both run time and radar speed)

The corporate team that comes closest to their guess time wins the pot and donates it to the charity of their choice.