Cardboard sledding is not in the Olympics — not yet, anyway. That means the highest level of competition for this sport is still to be found at WIL's Duct Tape Derby
. Competitors must use cardboard, duct tape and glue to build their sleds, but the actual design is left up to personal preference. Last year's derby saw a Star Wars landspeeder, a Mario cart and an actual johnny-on-the-spot dubbed "Johnny on the Pot"; who knows what you'll see this year. The competition starts at 10 a.m. today at Hidden Valley Ski Resort (17409 Hidden Valley Drive, Wildwood; 636-938-5373 or www.hiddenvalleyski.com
). It's free to participate, and cash prizes are awarded for the two best-designed sleds, as well as for the single fastest run of the day.