The 2020/2021 Nordiq Canada race license application will remain open until June 1, 2021. Please read here to understand the implications for athletes for the 2021/2022 competitive season. 2020/2021 Nordiq Canada race licenses are not required for Team Ontario programming.
About Liz Inkila
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Entries by Liz Inkila
An in-depth look at Paralympian Collin Cameron, and the community who rallied behind the vision to build Ontario’s first Para Nordic Training Centre – Kivi Park in Sudbury. Watch here.
795,337 KM skied this season by our ski community. Thank you to everyone for participating! Final Results
While we continue to navigate the pandemic that in turn has changed our usual provincial programming, XCSO invites applications for 4 contract positions of District Development Coordinator, one in each of the 4 XCSO districts. The Development Coordinators will work with a strong team of professionals who are committed to developing a cohesive and collaborative […]
Due to the effects of the ongoing and evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Cross Country Ski Ontario has reviewed and modified provincial programming for the 2021-22 season. Given the unpredictable outlook for the season, particularly for “in-person” training camps, XCSO has modified our programming to reflect “what we can do”. Full details available here. Registration on Zone4.ca […]
Cross Country Ski Ontario is seeking to procure a consultant to develop a sustainable para-nordic program. More information here.
Thank you to everyone for embracing the XCSO KM Challenge. It has been wildly successful with close to 2000 participants logging more than 760,000 KM. The final day of the XCSO KM Challenge is upon us. The KM challenge closes on March 31 at 10:51pm (2 hours after sunset at the eastern most point of the […]
Due to the effects of the ongoing and evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Cross Country Ski Ontario has reviewed and will modify provincial programming for the 2021-22 season. Given the unpredictable outlook for the season, particularly for “in-person” training camps, XCSO programming will reflect “what we can do”. Read more.
Thank you to our ski community for their commitment and efforts during the Government of Ontario’s Stay at Home Order. The government has indicated that the province will transition to the familiar colour coded system in a staggered approach. As health units transition to the colour coded system, programming can begin once again with all […]
The Nordiq Canada Annual Club Fundraiser is your chance to raise funds to support projects at the club level. The goal of this year’s campaign is to raise $250,000 in support of cross-country skiing across Canada by the close of March 19, 2021. The campaign aims to bring all Nordiq Canada clubs together to fundraise […]