2024 Victorian FIS Rollerski International
Sat 27 Apr 2024 13:00 — Sun 28 Apr 2024 12:00

Event information

Registrations for this event are closed.

2024 Victorian FIS Rollerski Internationals

Day 1 - Yarra Boulevard Sprint
Day 2 - Yarra Boulevard Mass Start

Teardrop Loop, Yarra Boulevard, Melbourne
Saturday April 27 - Sunday April 28

Events & Schedule


  • 13:00 - Registration - Teardrop Loop
  • 14:00 - Freestyle Sprint Time Trial (1.0 km for all classes)
  • 15:00 - Freestyle Sprint Finals (U16 / Open / Masters)
  • 16:30 - Presentations


  • 8:30 - Registration - Teardrop Loop
  • 9.30 - Junior Mass Start Freestyle
  • 9.45 - Open. Women Mass Start 10km Freestyle
  • 10:30 - Open Men Mass Start 10km Freesstyle
    (FIS, Open, Masters and U20 competitors)
  • 11.30 - Presentations

FIS Events

All FIS registered competitors in the Open events will be supplied with Swix Triac Carbon rollerskis for use in the races. Rollerskis will be allocated randomly on each day of competition. Each competitor must supply their own boots and poles.

To be eligible to compete in the FIS events all competitors must have a current Snow Australia XC International Licence.

Non-FIS / Junior / Masters Events

All participants should supply their own rollerskis or Skikes for the events. Depending on numbers, it may be possible for some categories to be supplied with the Swix rollerskis. All competitors must have a current Snow Australia membership of any category (including Snowracer)

  • Open Non-FIS (all ages eligible)
  • Masters (turn 40 or over in 2022, born 1983 or earlier)
  • U20 Junior (born 2004-2007)
  • U16 Junior (born 2008-2011)

Entry Fees

  • FIS/Open - $40 per event (all competitors using supplied skis)
  • Non-FIS / Masters / U20 - $30 per event (using own skis/Skikes)
  • U16 - $20 per event (using own skis/Skikes)

Entry deadline - Thursday, April 25

Special Information - Yarra Boulevard Sprint

  • Before 1.00pm on Saturday the Teardrop Loop is open to cyclists and pedestrians. Please keep an eye out and be courteous to all other road users.
  • The nearest toilets and water are available at the car park near the Studley Park Boathouse.

Helmets & Safety Equipment

An Australian Standards approved cycle helmet must be worn. Eyewear (glasses) must be worn. Poles should ideally have baskets approved for rollerski racing. Knee & elbow guards are optional.

Health Protocols

All participants (including officials, volunteers and spectators) should not attend an event if they have a sore throat, cough, cold or flu-like symptoms, with fever or respiratory symptoms.

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