Bob's next Competition BBQ cooking class will be held March 15th, 2014. This class will cover everything you need to know to successfully compete for a win at any KCBS competition. For more information contact Bob by email or call him at 303-503-8665.
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Cup Contest events are listed along the right. If you aren't listed we would love for your event to become a Cup Contest event. Being a Cup Contest event offers you tremendous advantage and support. More information and application
For BBQ Team to be eligible for the Cup contest, teams must score in at least six Cup & Shot Glass contest events. A team's six best scores in each of the five categories (overall, chicken, ribs, pork, and brisket) will be used to calculate final positions.
For BBQ Team to be eligible for the Shot Glass contest, teams must score in at least three Cup & Shot Glass contest events, but not more than five. A team's three best scores in each of the five categories will be used to calculate final positions.
Teams must be a RMBBQA member in good standing prior to the awards ceremony for an event's scores to count toward the Cup or Shot Glass contests.
Every eligible team at a Cup & Shot Glass contest event will receive points. Points will be awarded based on rank as per the RMBBQA Cup Calculation Method determined by the RMBBQA Board of Directors. Additionally, teams will be awarded bonus points based on the number of competition teams at the event, divided by four; up to a maximum of 12.5 bonus points. While teams are rewarded for doing well in large contests, this system helps to bridge the gap between the smaller and larger events, rewarding teams for their consistency on the competition circuit regardless of event size. For full details, definitions, and scoring examples view the RMBBQA Cup Calculation Method.
The Rocky Mountain BBQ Association offers a mentoring program to teams cooking in RMBBQA Cup Events. This program is available to any team
interested in cooking at a RMBBQA Cup Event and is especially helpful to teams that are cooking in their first contest.
This program is intended to foster the sharing of BBQ Competition knowledge and is offered at no cost. You do not need to be a member of the Rocky Mountain BBQ Association to participate in the program.
This program will assign an experienced competition team to assist your planning prior to the event and to answer common questions such as: What do I need to bring? What should I expect? What are turn in boxes? Prior to the event you will receive a packet of helpful information and your mentor will be available to help at the contest.
If you would like to have a mentor assist your team or if you wish to simply speak with an experienced team member prior to your contest please contact the Mentor Coordinator by filling out the form below: