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.
The 2022 Youth Championships March 12/13, 2022 took place in Sault Ste Marie hosted by Soo Finnish Nordic Ski Club. Thank you so much Soo Finnish for hosting this event.
Congratulations to the 2022 Youth Club Championship Winner: Soo Finnish
1.) Soo Finnish 139
2.) Big Thunder 95
3.) Highlands Nordic 60
4.) Waterloo 43
5.) Team Hardwood 41
6.) Lappe Nordic 38
7.) Laurentian Nordic 27
8.) GBN 22
8.) Kanata Nordic 22
10.) Georgian Nordic 20
11.) Walden 18
12.) PSR 17
13.) Mono 15
14.) Arrowhead 14
Skate: Xavier Gamble, Highlands Trailblazers
Classic: Declan McLarty, Soo Finnish
Skate: Evelyn Bartlett, Kanata Nordic
Classic: Anna Wray, Porcupine Ski Runners
Skate: Lucas Faulkner, Waterloo Region
Classic: Samuel Phaneuf, Soo Finnish
Skate: Islay Lash, Team Hardwood
Classic: Britton Vander-Vegte, Lappe Nordic
Skate: Olivier Tremblay Walden Cross Country
Classic: Emmett Shalla, Arrowhead
Skate: Jillian Thompson, Big Thunder Nordic
Classic: Sofia Smith, Georgian Nordic
You can still cheer for Team Canada after the historic sprint relay 5th place result by Ontario’s own Graham Ritchie and QC Antoine Cyr at the Beijing Olympics!
Collin Cameron and Christina Picton are representing Team Canada in Beijing 2022 Paralympics. Tune to CBC sports for live streaming.
Go Team Canada~