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 approach to athlete development in the province. The Development Coordinators’ positions are collaborative in nature and working with club coaches will be an integral part of the role. More details here.
- New coaches still have to take the multi-sport Coach Initiation Module ($15 e-learning in the Locker)
- Online ICC registration fees will be waived in the Locker between November 20 – January 15
- Community Coaching Fees will be reimbursed to XCSO by Nordic Canada and then forwarded to clubs or individuals
- XCSO will forward the fees to the respective clubs.
The Candy Cane Cup will no longer be a FIS/Nordiq Canada/XCSO/SFQ sanctioned event. The organizing committee is looking at options for offering a local event. Decision to be communicated on or before November 25th. Keep up to date here.
Because of the continued COVID-19 red alert status in the Outaouais region, the Candy Cane Cup at Nakkertok is currently in No Go status and a final decision regarding a sanctioned event will be made on or before November 11th. Keep up to date here.
Spend a Sunday afternoon at uOttawa! uOttawa Nordiq’s female athletes want to share their passion for staying in sport during University, and inspire U18 & U16 skiers to do the same! This event is FREE thanks to support from the Nordiq Canada Women’s Committee. More information.