Where is the track?
We marked the finish of the track for you.
How do I get to the track?
Please consider that the track is high up in the Austrian mountains. It is accessible through a mountain street. Keep in mind that winter tires are mandatory in Austria. Depending on the weather conditions you may need snow chains or spike tires.
How do I get to Judenburg?
Where can I stay in Judenburg?
Is it possible to train on the track prior to the event?
During the race week we will offer trainings every day.
Please checkout http://oescv.org/trainings for more details.
How can I register?
Just follow those steps:
- Create an ATSX athlete profile at http://data.atsx.org
- Purchase a season or event license
- Register at the event Judenburg 2018/2019
- Pay the registration fee (Infos come via Email after you registered on ATSX)
What is the event schedule?
Thursday, January 3rd 2019
17.00 – 18.00 Registration on site
Friday, January 4th 2019
07.30 – 09.00 Registration on site
09.00 – 11.00 Open Training
12.30 – 15.30 Time trials
Saturday, January 5th 2019
09.00 – 11.00 Last Change Qualifier
13.00 – 15.00 Finals
Can I get my skates sharpened on site?
Where do I find changes, updates and news regarding the event?
We will keep both this website and the Facebook event up to date.
Should I bring bladeguards?
Is there a womens competition?
Is there a juniors competition?
Is there an age restriction?
You can compete if you became 16 before the 4th of January 2018. If you didn’t become 18 before the 4th of January 2018 you will need a disclaimer signed by your parents or another legal representative.
What are the costs?
The registration fee is 50 Euros.
How can I pay?
You can pay with bank transfer and credit card.
How many riders can participate?
Where can I find the rules?
You can find the official rule book at http://atsx.org/rules. We recommend reading the rule prior to the event.
Who can I contact if I have additional questions?
Is there food available at the track?
Are there changing rooms at the track?
What equipment do I need?
You can lookup the required equipment in the rulebook.
The OESCV highly recommends wearing a fullface helmet instead of a hockey helmet.