Catch up on your Level 2 Officials’ Training! XCSO is offering a Level 2 Officials in each of the 4 Districts. Visit our Event page for details
The 2023 Ontario Winter Games will take place in Renfrew County Feb 9-12 and the Ontario Para Sport Games will take place in Durham County Feb 3-5. Selection criteria and other information can be found HERE.
Please keep up to date on the 2023 Ski Nationals to be held in Thunder Bay at the Lappe Ski Centre.
Cross Country Ski Ontario is pleased to announce the 2022/2023 Ontario Cup Schedule and host clubs. The busy race season will include the 2023 Ontario Winter Games rescheduled from 2022; the Ontario Para Sport Games; Eastern Canada Cups; Canada Winter Games in PEI; and the 2023 Ski Nationals in Thunder Bay. Please stay tuned to the Event Schedule as details become available.
The NC coaching license is mandatory for all active cross country ski coaches in Canada who are coaching at least 7 hours per year with a registered cross country ski club.
XCSO is committed to leading Safe Sport in our sport. As such, Cross Country Ski Ontario requires all Ontario coaches complete the Coaches Association of Canada’s Safe Sport (~ 90 minutes) and Understanding the Rule of Two (~ 20 minutes) e-learning modules. The free modules are available in the Locker.
XCSO will be monitoring compliance beginning September 2022 on a monthly basis.
Thank you for your efforts to make cross country skiing a safe sport for all participants.
The 2023 Nordiq Canada Ski Nationals and Canadian College & University Nordic Championships will be held in Thunder Bay, Ontario at the Lappe Ski Centre. Congratulations to Lappe Nordic and Big Thunder Nordic Ski Clubs for their successful bid. The last time Nationals was held in Thunder Bay was in 2018. Read more HERE.
Annual Athlete meeting is taking place Tuesday, March 22 at 3pm Pacific Time, 6pm Eastern Time. University Info session to follow.