Jack Jump World Championships return to Mount Snow
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A Jack Jump participant during a previous race.
A Jack Jump participant during a previous race.
DOVER- The Jack Jump World Championships will be held at Mount Snow on Sunday, March 5. A combination of homemade Jack Jump design and ingenuity and user skill will factor into determining who can make it down Charlie’s Chase with the best combined time. After the race join in for an after party complete with awards and a bib raffle for all competitors.

Speed, great racing, fantastic crashes, and a ton of fun make the Jack Jump World Championships a can’t miss- so get your Jack Jump ready!

From 9 to 11 am, registration will be on the second floor in the Main Base Lodge; from 10 am to 12 pm, practice on Charlie’s Chase (course will be reset for race); at 12 pm, Pee Wees (5 and under) will race at the bottom of course. Come cheer them on. The race will be held at 1 pm; the awards and party will be held at 3:30 pm.

The cost for the event is $50 and includes race, lift ticket, party, and prizes. Leash and tether are required. Helmets are recommended. The race is a dual format on Charlie’s Chase. Participants will be able to ride Lift #9, Canyon Express, and Lift #11, Grand Summit Express.

Children under the age of 18 need a parent or guardian present at registration.
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