This site is
being developed to assist ski racing organizations on the mountain,
state and regional levels, in the Northeast, to better organize
their schedules for the benefit of all race workers including TDs.
The first phase
of this project has been to build an online software program designed
to map out TD's race assignments season by season. The challenge
has been to help TDs keep abreast of the changes in race schedules
in real time, maintain an up-to-date contact list of fellow TDs
and a comprehensive record of their activities.
phase of this site's development is to expand the program's capabilites
to serve the needs of all race workers from the Chief of Race down
to each Gate Keeper with both scheduling and educational resources
by creating a central online location any ski racing club could
access and maintain. Participating ski racing organizations would
be welcome to link the power of this site's programs into their
clubs web sites free of charge.
the second phase of development two conditions must be met: First,
more ski racing organizations need to express and interest in such
a service. Second, a sponsor to help offset the costs of development
must be found.
Over the past
ski season, several clubs have expressed such an interest and wish
to know the dollar amount required to fulfill the plan. We estimate
$2400 will be enough to finish the programing, purchase a domain
name and cover the first 3 years of hosting the site.
For more information
please contact Richard
Hydren at 978-948-3346.
been responsible for the design and development of www.attitashraceteam.com,
where race worker assignments have been successfully scheduled online
for over 2 years by their respective clubs.
Other web sites
he is responsible for include: www.peakperformancecamp.com,
the TD Assignment Manager
This is a password
protected section of this web site. You may obtain the username
and password by contacting Richard
In this section,
TDs can register, select race assignments, maintain a record of
all their activities. State chairmen can enter and modify race schedules