Check this out if you are racing the upcoming Boulder Mountain Tour, Tug Hill, Birke, City of Lakes, Frisco Gold Rush, Great Race and other races.
Christina Paluselli of Italy won her second FIS Marathon World Cup race in a row, the Marcialonga, using SOLDA glide wax. Here is information on what wax combination she used, other wax reports and wax tips for a number of races around the country coming up this weekend the rest of the season.
Christina Paluselli of Italy won the Sunday’s Marcialonga 70-kilometer FIS Marathon by more than 3 minutes to second place and more than 23 minutes to third. The air temperature was roughly -11 Celsius and the snow temperature was -14 Celsius. The humidity was 67% and it was clear and sunny.
Paluselli used SOLDA HPO5 Powder heated in over a layer of SOLDA F-31 Blue. – The HPO5 was extremely durable and fast, great skis was her comment after the race.
Tentative Wax tips for the Boulder Mountain Tour, City of Lakes, Tug Hill, City of Lakes, Frisco Gold Rush and Other Races can now be viewed on TorbjornSport wax tips page www.torbjornsport.com/SOLDA/racewax.php
These recommendations will be updated frequently as we get closer and to start time.
Input local weather forecast such as temperature, snow type, humidity and sky conditions (overcast, sunny or other) and The Maestro will come up with the fastest SOLDA wax for the conditions.
The Maestro is highly intelligent — he uses years of research and wax testing information from SOLDA and TorbjornSport to make his recommendations.
The Maestro will even offer structure and application tips!
Team waxing made simple:
– Our skiers had excellent skis at the January JO qualifier races at Soldier Hollow, Utah and waxing has never been easier and more economical.
Waxing for more than 20 junior skiers can be expensive and challenging. Simplifying this process without sacrificing glide is a must for me. The perfect solution this weekend was using SOLDA F-15 Orange 250 gram economy blocks as base wax and SOLDA PowerJet waxes as top layers. The conditions were old snow, and cold 15-25 Fahrenheit dry snow for the morning races and sunny and warm, faster snow for the afternoon races. PowerJet 4 was excellent as top layer in the dry, low humidity snow in the morning and PowerJet 1 (Warm Fluorocarbon) was excellent when the temperatures and snow moisture content increased during the day. We waxed more than 40 pairs of skis, had great glide and spent only approximately $50 on top layer wax and $35 on base layers for the entire group!
Gordon Lange, Coach NSF and former US Ski Team head coach
And as we have mentioned before: we always get a rush especially on PowerJets, F-31 Orange and Violet, HPO5, Warm Fluor and S-30 before the big races. Make sure that you have them.
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