Archive | April, 2003

Canada Winter Games 2003

This year's Canada Games took place in the cities of Bathurst and Campbellton and surrounding communities in New Brunswick, and attracted 3,200 athletes from the 10 provinces and three territories competing in 21 different … READ MORE →

U.S.A.’s Spillane & Freeman Rock

In case anyone figured it was all chin music about the young kids moving up in the U.S. Nordic programs, take another peek at Johnny Spillane's and Kris Freeman's performances at the Nordic Worlds. … READ MORE →

Freeman’s LillyforLife

U.S. cross-country skier Kris Freeman will be traveling across the country this year promoting an important message-that people with diabetes can, with proper care, have full, active lifestyles. The 22-year-old native of Andover, N.H., a … READ MORE →

Finland’s Varis Caught

The board of the Finnish Ski Association (FSA) will meet on May 10 to decide on the latest incident of doping involving a Finnish cross-country skier. Kaisa Varis was found with EPO, a banned performance-enhancing … READ MORE →

Five-Star 2003 Competition Wrap-up

Canadian Ski MarathonFeb. 8-9, Lachute to Buckingham, Que. The 37th annual Canadian Ski Marathon (CSM) drew some 2,066 skiers for classic skiing in Quebec's Laurentian Hills. The 160K event, billed as the world's longest … READ MORE →

USSA Makes Proactive Cuts

March 31, 2001 (Park City, Utah) – The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA), the national governing body for Olympic skiing and snowboarding, is making a series of organizational cutbacks to pro-actively preserve its successful … READ MORE →