Each race weekend will host 2 individual men’s races; women’s races will be held during 3 race weekends. Each race is stand-alone. Athletes will qualify in the morning of the race. Qualifications will be run side-by-side, just like the finals, but will be based on individual times, instead of head-to-head winners. Athletes who qualify will be seeded accordingly and will race through to finals the same day. In the finals, the top 32 athletes will compete head-to-head in a single elimination bracket, with each matchup consisting of two runs (one red course, one blue course for each athlete). On day 2 of racing, athletes must qualify again in the morning, new seeding will apply for those results, and athletes will race through to finals as described above.