NEW RACER OR TEAM REGISTRATION
Friday, May 17, 6:00 PM-If your team or racer is not registered yet,
please complete the Hold Harmless Agreement immediately below
and fax it into Whatcom Events. The fax number is 360-746-8862.
NOTICE: As of Friday, May 17, 5:00 pm, registration is transferred to Whatcom Events. Please download the Hold Harmless Agreement above and send it to Whatcom Events. Email CustomerService@SkitoSea.com or call 360-746-8861 with questions.
Registration is LOCKED DOWN on Wednesday, May 22, at 12:00 NOON. No changes after this time.
If paying by check, please make check out to: Whatcom Events and mail it to:
Whatcom Events, PO Box 2011, Bellingham, WA 98227
If paying by credit card, please call us at 360-746-8861.
Racers need to complete the registration process asap on already established teams.
Credit card users may see a small "transaction fee" when paying. This small fee (normally $1.65) is charged by the VISA or MC company that issued the card and is not retained by Whatcom Events or the registration company. Most users will not see this transaction fee.
Note: Teams are only guaranteed a spot in the race once all 8 racers have paid their entry fees.
On and after May 1, 2013 Fees:
Regular Team Individual: $66; Corporate Division Team Individual: $72
(Whole) Regular Team:$528; Corporate Division Team:$576
The fees shown above include all sales tax if applicable.
All rules for race and each leg are available on this website.
The media will use the new Team Sites to contact teams for stories. If you don't make a Team Site, the media cannot contact you. Team sites are 6 page mini websites that you create as part of the Ski to Sea website. It is a great way for you to show off your past race pictures, training schedule, and communicate with your team. You do not have to wait for registration to open in order to create a Team Site. Note: The Team Pages replace the media pages from year's past.
The Bellingham Herald and other organizations will visit and use these Team Pages to profile selected teams in the newspaper and on radio.