National Masters Starts On Jan 17

FasterSkierJanuary 9, 2004

The final touches are being put on the 2004 Subaru National Masters set
to hit the snowy trails of Marquette/Ishpeming, Michigan January 17-22.
Hundreds of skiers from throughout the United States are expected to take
part in North America's largest citizen skier championship event.

The National Masters is just part of an amazing week of XC events in the
Marquette/Ishpeming area including the Subaru NM2004, the National Ski
Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies and capped off with the incredible
Noquemanon Ski Marathon on January 24. As always, no qualification or
license is necessary to take part in all the fun and excitement of these
events. Members of the American Cross Country Skiers receive up to a $20
discount on Subaru NM2004 registration.

Ski conditions in the area are currently good to excellent. Several
inches of fresh snow is forecast for the next 48 hours with cool
temperatures and a chance of snow forecast for the entire week leading up
to the start of the Subaru NM2004.

Entries to all Subaru NM2004 events will be accepted up until the night
prior to all events. On-line registration is available up until January
15 without problems. Last minute registration is strongly encouraged to
be done in-person.

<For complete information as well as registration materials visit today!


Don't Forget!

* Team competition for groups of 5-7 skiers has grown to be a very
important part of the Subaru National Masters. Literally any combination
of ages and genders is possible. All you need is for 5 skiers to cross
the finish line in the three individual races plus one finishing relay
team. Team competition registration is FREE with individual entries. Full
information is available on Team Registration Deadline is
Friday, January 16!!!

* Official “master” status in the United States has now been lowered to
25 years of age. The new 25-29 medal class is now known as “pre-master”.
Skiers 20-24 are also welcome to race in a guest category at the Subaru
NM2004 with product prizes awarded instead of medals.


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