A giant slalom ski race and 5K Nordic sprint to benefit the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum are scheduled for March 11 and13. The races are open to men and women ages 50+. Divisions are men and women age 50-59, 60-69 and 70+. Winners in each division will receive medals at the post race awards celebrations. A Ski-Meister trophy for a man and woman will be presented to the best overall skier in alpine and Nordic combined.

The fourth annual Legends GS Race is set for Thursday March 11 on the Boris Badenov trail at Mt. Abram in Locke Mills. The two-run giant slalom race begins at 1 pm. The first annual Tom Kendall Nordic Legends 5K begins at 1pm, Saturday March 13 at Black Mountain in Rumford. The course will be set for classic and freestyle skiing. Nordic skiers may ski either discipline or both for the single-run sprint race.

Sponsors Kittery Trading Post and Rossignol will be on hand with demo skis and a warming tent.

The registration fee is $35 for each race. To comply with Covid protocols racers should register in advance for the races at: www.maineskiandsnowboardmuseum.org.

Information on the races is available by phoning the museum at 207-265-2023 or by email: [email protected]

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