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US National Toboggan Championship 2010 1
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The U.S. National Toboggan Championships are held at the Camden Snow Bowl the first weekend of each February. 2010 was the 20th year running this race. About 400 teams compete for fastest time in 2-Person, 3-Person and 4-Person divisions. The Jack Williams Toboggan Chute is over 400 feet (125 Meters) long and the typical time to race down the chute is usually under 9 seconds. At the bottom, toboggans shoot out onto Hosmer Pond and can travel nearly a quarter mile (or about 375 meters) when ice conditions are favorable.

The weekend of racing includes a pancake breakfast, a chili and chowder tasting, a spaghetti supper, fireworks and many other activities in the local area. Teams also win awards for the fastest female team, the oldest team and best costumed. Anyone can race if they sign up a team far enough in advance, pay their entry fees and are able to carry their toboggans up the hill to the top of the chute. The event benefits the Camden Snow Bowl, which is the local ski area.

Copyright: Tom Sadowski
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11000x5500
Taken: 06/02/2010
Uploaded: 12/02/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015
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Tags: toboggan; chute; winter; woods; race; championship
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