Jason Mitchell, Seismic Nationals 2007, Hybrid Slalom.  Photo by Greg Fadell Northern California Downhill Skateboarding Association
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Take the Cyber Slalom ChallengeTM!

The course:
1. Flat area.
2. Start line with 3-foot Starting Box drawn so the box shares its front side
    with the Start Line and evenly straddles the Cone Line.
3. 15-feet past Start Line is first of 25 cones spaced 6-feet on center.
4. 15-feet after last cone is Finish Line (174 feet total start-to-finish).

How to run it:
1. One foot on board, push foot on ground within 3-foot Starting Box.
2. Board must cross Start line between the front corners of the Starting Box.
3. Time starts when board crosses the Start Line.
4. Time stops when board reaches Finish line.
5. Any cone displaced DQ's.

If your course is not flat, please run it in both directions and post the average of your best time in each direction. Post as many entries as you like, only your fastest time will display.

Your 4-digit access code is unique to you, meaning that you can update your time whenever you wish. Only your best time will display in the standings.

Credit goes to Neil G, who as near as we can tell was the first to propose this idea on ncdsa.com way back on Sept 11, 2000.† Neil's First Annual World Wide Web Slalom Challenge eventually morphed into the Cyber Slalom Challenge, but the idea is essentially the same.† Ncdsa.com is proud to be able to further fulfill our charter by promoting the sport of skateboarding through the exchange of information. Let the games begin!

Personal Best History for GBJ
(Show All Racers)
Name  Country Time Updates Comment Date Submitted IP Addr
1. GBJ  USA 10.46 sec 0 A new, smoother riding surface didn't help, but re-evaluating my equip, combos helped alot!  5/13/2001 9:18:51 AM  24.18.xxx.xxx 
2. GBJ  USA 11.04 sec 0   5/2/2001 6:55:24 PM  24.18.xxx.xxx 

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