Seasons Greetings from Sun Peaks Resort, Canada to all FIS Speed Skiers and Teams.
The 2010 Subaru Velocity Challenge and FIS World Cup is pleased to announce that the Delta Sun Peaks Resort has now become the "Official Host Hotel of the 2010 Subaru Velocity Challenge". This 4-Diamond hotel is a deluxe slope side, ski-in/ ski-out property located in the centre of Sun Peaks village and is offering hotel rooms to racers, teams, coaches for $89.00 CDN per room per night, single or double occupancy.
The Delta has many amenities such as a full gym, sauna/steam rooms, heated outdoor pool, 3 hot tubs, heated wax room and many others.
The Velocity Challenge race offices and all jury, team meetings will be held at the Delta and all sponsors and officials will be staying there as well.
The Coast Sundance Hotel where most racers have stayed in the past years is also offering hotel rooms for $79.00 CDN per night for those looking for more budget minded accommodation. The Coast Sundance Hotel is also slope side-ski-in and ski -out with many amenities.
When booking your room at either of these hotels please say you are booking the "Velocity Challenge Room Rate"
Delta Sun Peaks Resort : http://www.deltahotels.com/en/hotels/hotels.php?hotelId=38
Coast Sundance Lodge : http://www.coasthotels.com/hotels/canada/bc/sun_peaks/coast_sundance/overview
The 2010 Subaru Velocity Challenge is set to run Thursday March 4th to Sunday March 7th so please book your rooms and flights accordingly. Team Captains meeting Wed March 3rd, 6 pm- Delta Race Office. Official Race notice will be sent to all federations early Jan.
Please pass on this e-mail to fellow speed skiers in your country and around the globe.
Lots of snow at Sun Peaks and track prep will start in January. Hope to see many of you at the Sun Peaks WC and let me know if you have any questions about the 2010 Subaru Velocity Challenge.
The event website- www.velocitychallenge.com will be updated after Jan 1st 2010.
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