QUALIFICATION SYSTEM – LAUSANNE 2020 WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES
published : 17 Sep 18 9:23 AM

C.1. AGE REQUIREMENTS :
To be eligible to participate in the Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games, athletes must have been born
between 1 January 2002 and 31 December 2004.

C.2. ADDITIONAL IF REQUIREMENTS :
Athletes must have also obtained YOG FIS points in Sprint to start in the Sprint Free Technique event and
YOG FIS points in Distance to start in the 5km/10km Classic event. For Cross-Country Cross either Sprint or
Distance YOG FIS points are valid. YOG FIS points are earned in accordance with the FIS Rules for FIS
Points during the YOG qualification period from 1 July 2018 to 8 December 2019.

WINTER YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

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Olympic 2018 qualification announcement
published : 16 May 17 8:02 AM

Ski and Snowboard Association of Thailand – Officical Announcement
Issuance 1/2560
Subject: Selection of Thai National Athlete Criterions to Participate in the 23rd Winter Olympics in South

The Ski and Snowboard Association of Thailand was successfully registered as a sports association under the Thai Sports Authority Act BE 2558. Its main purpose is to carry out skiing and snowboarding activities on behalf of Thailand. Continue reading “Olympic 2018 qualification announcement”

นายโรเบิร์ต วรชัย ปินเซนต์ (Mr. Robert Worachai Pinsent)
published : 20 Apr 17 6:04 PM

นายโรเบิร์ต วรชัย ปินเซนต์ (Mr. Robert Worachai Pinsent) นักกีฬาประเภท Alpine อายุ 31 ปี เป็นบุตรของคุณวิลเลี่ยม รอส ปินเซนต์ ชาวอังกฤษและคุณเกษิต สมชัยยา บ้านอยู่ภูเก็ต Continue reading “นายโรเบิร์ต วรชัย ปินเซนต์ (Mr. Robert Worachai Pinsent)”

Alpine skiing
published : 20 Apr 17 9:20 AM

Alpine skiing is a discipline where the skier slides down snow-covered slopes on skis with fixed heel bindings. The discipline is comprised of largely two types of disciplines: the speed (velocity) events and the technical (skills) events. The speed events are Downhill and Super-G, and the technical events are Giant Slalom and Slalom. In addition to these, there is another event called Alpine Combined that is a mixture of Downhill and Slalom. If we list the events based on the average speed, the order is Downhill->Super-G->Giant Slalom->Slalom, and if we list them according to the number of the gates they are listed in the opposite way. Also the Alpine Team Event will be newly introduced to the Olympic programme for the PyeongChang2018 Olympic Winter Games. Continue reading “Alpine skiing”