Fight for the overall, sprint, relay, and distance world cup leader bibs by selecting the best athletes every week!
Races fit into the categories you'd expect them to. Will you target one of the lesser bibs, or sacrifice a chance at them for overall glory?
Sidebets are fun questions with yet-to-be-determined answers that let you earn extra points toward overall victory. Select an answer each week for a chance to win an extra handful of points-- over the season, these could prove critical!
One account is allowed per participant.
Congratulations, you have $100 000 fantasy dollars! You may use this money to buy athletes for your fantasy team. You may not select more than 8 athletes of each gender for your team.
Each athlete’s cost will change throughout the season. Your team will be kept from one weekend to the next. However, if the total value of your team becomes higher than the $100,000 budget, athletes will be removed, starting with the cheapest, from your team until it fits the budget. When you sell an athlete, you will receive the athlete’s current price.
Team selection closes before the first race of a regular weekend, and before each race of the tours. Trading will close as close as possible to that first race, but assume that it will be closed up to an hour prior.
A mildly detailed calendar of when team selection opens & closes is included on the events page. FIS's World Cup calendar can be found here, with a full list of competitions (including many not included not in this game) here.
Not all athletes will compete in all races even in a given weekend-- choose wisely! It is up to you to select athletes that will be competing.
Prize details coming soon
If there is a tie in a prize competition, the prize receiver will be selected at random from the winners.
In layman's terms, the top 15 skiers in each race score the best points. Points are awarded down to 30th place. 1st scores 100 points, 2nd 80 points, 3rd 60 points... 10th 26 points, 15th 16 points, 20th 11 points, 30th 1 point.
The full scoring rules are outlined below: