The Hammer Factor Slalom will take place on a course set up through Toilet Bowl and Hammer Factor. Racers compete in 2 timed run down the course. The fastest combined time will win. This is a class IV Race.
Saturday September 5th 1:00PM
Mandatory racers meeting at 12:00PM at the Fishstop Parking Lot.
DUE TO LOW WATER THIS YEAR’S HAMMER FACTOR SLALOM HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Racers will compete in two laps through a slalom course that is set up through Toilet Bowl and Hammer Factor. There will be 3-5 gates set up through out the course. This is a Class IV event.
Men’s (9′ max)
Women’s (9′ max)
Top 3 finishers in each division will be awarded prizes.
*There must be 3 people in each class to consider it a division.
Check in will be at the Wilderness Cove Campground starting at 8:30AM. Racer can also go to regular registration hours on Friday and Saturday to check in or for late registration. There will be no shuttle provided, so all athletes must figure out logistics on their own.
All athletes are required to attend a mandatory Racers Meeting on Saturday at 12:00PM at Fishstop. There will be no check in at Fishstop-every athlete must check in at Wilderness Cove campground prior to the 12:00 racers meeting. This is where the starting order will be announced. Gear must be checked and cleared prior to this meeting.
Make sure you have your Green Key!
CHECK IN/LATE REGISTRATION
Athletes are STRONGLY encouraged to register online. Online registration closes at 9pm on Thursday, September 3rd, 2015. On-site registration is possible for a $15 late registration fee during open hours of Green River Games Registration. See Registration hours and locations below.
Shuttles will not provided. Racers are welcome to park at either Wilderness Cove of Fishstop Parking Lot.
-All contestants are required to wear: Coast Guard approved PFD, helmet, and protective footwear at all times
-Racers must supply all their own gear
-Maximum boat length is 9 feet
-Racers must be skilled class 4 boaters
-Racers must be competent swimmers
-Racers must understand moving current and the dangers it posses
-Racers must follow all federal,state, and local laws at regulations at all time during The Green River Games
-Racers must sign a waiver and have their gear checked before being cleared to race