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Divers : Cervinnia FIS WC cancelled
Posted by Stéphane on 2009/2/11 22:40:00 (6168 reads)

Cervinia (Italia) FIS WC scheduled from april 1st to 4th is officially canceled (FIS).

Divers : Pictures World Cup 2008 - Happy new year !
Posted by Jey on 2008/12/31 20:00:00 (5537 reads)

It's done, pictures of Salla, Sallen and Verbier 2008 are finally online !

Good and happy new year for all of you.

Great season 2009.



Go fast ...




Divers : State snow in Vars
Posted by Jey on 2008/12/22 7:00:00 (8560 reads)

State Snow in vars (20 december) :













December 21






Divers : Vars 2009 offcial website
Posted by Stéphane on 2008/11/16 22:40:00 (5450 reads)

www.vars.com
In french only but not so difficult to understand

Divers : 2009 season preparation meeting
Posted by Stéphane on 2008/5/15 22:30:00 (7156 reads)

In the order to prepare the 2008 season the FSV and the FSSV, organizers of the Speed Masters have been scheduling a working session Saturday 14th in Rumilly karting raceway (74).

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Divers : No race this season in les Arcs
Posted by Stéphane on 2008/3/31 23:10:00 (7885 reads)

In reason of the last snow falls, avalanches and stones falls on the track, the competitions planned this year have to be cancelled.
Work will be necessary this summer in order to use the track in 2009.

Divers : Entrainement sur le site de la Chaux-Neuve
Posted by Stéphane on 2008/3/31 22:50:00 (6769 reads)

Dominick Jechoux organise un entrainement sur site du tremplin de Chaux-Neuve (Doubs) le samedi 5 avril.

L'entrainement est ouvert aux coureurs licenciés.
Pour plus d'infos, contactez Dominick au +33 (0)6/13/13/09/73 ou au +33 (0)4/50/97/38/71

www.risouxclub.com/les_tremplins.html
www.paysnature.com/tremplin.htm

Divers : Helmets
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/12/11 22:00:00 (4897 reads)

The first helmets will be available soon.
The last safety tests will be done in the few days.
The first helmets will be prioritary delivered to the people who want to build aerodynamic careenages.
Please contact us from the site if you are in this case.

Divers : Pictures 2008 helmet
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/10/1 23:00:00 (10255 reads)

Here are some pictures of the first 48 cm aerodynamic careenage used for testing and research.

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Divers : Celebration of Cait’s Life
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/9/26 23:40:00 (5499 reads)

The Tovar family organize a Celebration of Cait’s Life on saturday october 13rd in Cornwall, England.
Everybody who want to come will be welcome.
All the informations are here

Divers : 2008 helmets news - update
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/9/26 22:20:00 (6558 reads)

The development continues as projected, the prototypes of the interior helmet for the tests were already manufactured by the Scott company.














A prototype aerodynamic part was also built around the internal helmet, the size of this part corresponding to a circle of 48 cm.
The first internal helmets should be available during October as projected

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Divers : Bike Speed
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/9/13 21:40:00 (5127 reads)

Serge Perroud, ancien champion de France de Ski de Vitesse organise une compétition cycliste originale et unique :
Une rampe de départ – une ligne droite de 400m – une zone de chronométrage de 10 m – une zone de décélération de 100 m…et que le + rapide gagne !!

Rendez-vous le dimanche 30 septembre à St Quentin Fallavier (38).
Un casque, un vélo, un esprit fun et affolez les compteurs !!

Informations et inscriptions :
www.bike-speed.com

Divers : 2008 rules: Helmet and Speed Masters qualification
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/7/14 16:20:00 (6165 reads)

Minute of the FSV-FSSV meeting of june 16th 2007 and evolution of the 2008 rules

Attendance:
FSV board members, J.J. Laplace (director of Club des Sports of Les Arcs), Philippe May (Swiss Speed Ski Federation).

All of the participants of the meeting have proposed several rules modifications, propositions and direction of work to improve safety.

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Divers : Michael Milton
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/7/14 15:50:00 (4616 reads)

Michael Milton, Australian record holder and world's fastest skier with a disability announced he has been diagnosed with a cancer.

Any support would be greatly appreciated:
http://www.michaelmilton.com/ContactUs.aspx

Any details are below.

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Divers : 200 kph Speed Ski Club update
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/6/1 22:20:00 (5398 reads)

Reminder:
The speeds in the list are performances achieved during official race runs. Concerning the forunners, only the speed achivied by the best forunner is able to be in the list.

Best Speeds List (200 kph Speed Ski Club) & 2007 results.

Divers : Article on Caitilin Tovar in an american ski magazine
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/5/30 22:28:09 (5283 reads)
Divers : Development from Simone Origone about his fall in Verbier
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/5/30 22:10:00 (4620 reads)

I am writing this letter to explain about the cause of my accident and clarify misconceptions of what actually happened at Verbier during the World Championship.

It has been insinuated, that I remained purposefully in a tucked position after the photocell, in order to do a jump on the small bump after the green line. I am not that stupid to consider such a dangerous act, whilst traveling at almost 220kmh, although evidently there are some individuals who consider this to be the case.

Firstly, I would like to state that I am amazed, that a competition such as the World Championships has never succeeded to respect the departure times, which have always been delayed by at least one hour and in the case of the final, almost two hours!

Returning to the main issue, my accident. I can say with all confidence that I fell, because I had not seen the red line signaling the end of timing area. Therefore, I remained in position until I saw the green line. When I realized myself to be on the green line, by that time it was in fact too late. At this point, I started to stand up, but as I was on the small bump my skis lifted away from the snow, consequently causing my fall.

I would like to remind you that due to poor visibility and the previous fall of Emily, both Marc Poncin and then myself asked from the point of departure of the competition, that the red line should in fact be repassed for security reasons. Bearing in mind that it was draw at 10am with raspberry juice and due to the high temperatures during the day, at 3pm it was no longer visible. The organization reply was that "There was no longer time".

I have clearly outlined the simple cause of my accident. I would like to remind those who believe that I remained in a tucked position, on purpose, following timing area, that this is not the case. For me, the competition begins at the point of departure, where you find the starting line and finishes, at the red line which signals the end of the timing area.

See you, Simone

Divers : Décés de Catilin Tovar
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/4/18 20:10:00 (4128 reads)

All those which knew Catilin, all his/her friends, all those which want to tell him the last goodbye, go to Arc 2000 this Saturday April 21st at 5hPM in front of Red Rock in the presence of her family for a ceremony in her memory.

Divers : New www.kl-france.com website
Posted by Stéphane on 2007/1/21 16:40:00 (4050 reads)


The new version of F.S.V website is online since January 19th.

Register now to reserve your nickname by clicking on “register” in top on the right of this page.
You will be able to post on the new forum with more categories and to sent private messages to the other members.

Thanks to Jerome alias Jey for the design and many time spent on this website

Divers : Ross Anderson summer
Posted by Stéphane on 2006/9/10 0:20:00 (2652 reads)

ladies love speedskiers !

Ross is the new American record holder with 247,930 kph.
Signing autographs and throwing out the first pitch during a baseball match, meeting his fans (lovely ladies), life is hard !
All informations on his nice wesite: www.rossanderson.org







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