Archive | July, 2005

Ski Big 3 launches New Website

July 30, 2005 – Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine is pleased to announce the launch of their newly re-designed website- www.SkiBig3.com. In the works since May 2005, the much-anticipated site has several new improvements, which will make … READ MORE →

Only 2 Days Left to Order Project Podium Calendars with Free Shipping!

July 29, 2005 – Order 2006 Project Podium Calendars before July 31st and receive free shipping on the order. The calendar will be available September 1st and will ship to you then. Clubs looking to … READ MORE →

Alberta’s Haig Glacier Camp a Success

July 27, 2005 – Cross Country Alberta’s first Haig Glacier Camp of the summer was this past week, July 18-22. The 4 day camp, lead by CCA Sport Manager Michael Neary, was shared with John … READ MORE →

Haywood Report: How to Tell a Rookie From a Veteran

July 26, 2005 – Beckie Scott, Milaine Theriault and myself comfortably fit the definition of team veterans. We may not be able to feel storms approaching in our bones yet, but the Torino Olympics will … READ MORE →

Salomon Official Ski/Boot/Binding Supplier of Subaru Factory Team

July 25th, 2005 – Salomon and Endurance Enterprises announced today that Salomon has become the exclusive cross-country ski, boot and binding supplier to the Subaru Factory Team for the 2005-2006 season and beyond.
“This … READ MORE →

Record Partners Turnout in PC

July 24, 2005 – The annual USSA Partners Summit, a two-day meeting of U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association sponsors, licensees, athlete representatives and event organizers leading into the Olympic season, drew high marks from participants … READ MORE →

www.cccski.com Gets Upgraded

July 22, 2005 – Cross Country Canada’s website has been undergoing some exciting changes over the racing off-season, compliments of Gordon Jewett and Dan Roycroft (top-notch Canadian ski racers and technology brains).
The photo gallery has … READ MORE →

Top Norwegian Skiers Visit Banff Ski Runners Club

July 23, 2005 – On June 25, 2005 Banff Ski Runners welcomed their new Norwegian friends, and NWT’s Thomsen D’Hont, to Canmore for a 2-week visit.
Astrid Ovestdal, Ola Nortug, Christine Dahl, Hilde Loset, Lise Karine … READ MORE →

Review of Atlantic Provinces Training Camp 2005

July 20, 2005 – An awesome Atlantic Canada cross-country ski training camp was held recently in Bathurst NB. Atlantic Canada training camps have been an annual fixture since the summer of 1992 and are always … READ MORE →

Nordic Ski Instructor Position

July 14, 2005 – The Temiskaming Nordic Ski Club is a community club in northeastern Ontario serving approximately 270 members and 800 day-fee skiers each season. As part of our Let’s Go Cross-County project sponsored … READ MORE →

Women’s Wednesdays At Whistler

July 12, 2005 – “We want to see more women in the Bike Park, it’s that simple,” says Jeremy Roche, Whistler Blackcomb’s Manager of Business Development. “Women’s Wednesdays are geared towards women of all riding … READ MORE →

Review of Atlantic Provinces Training Camp 2005

July 12, 2005 – An awesome Atlantic Canada cross-country ski training camp was held recently in Bathurst NB. Atlantic Canada training camps have been an annual fixture since the summer of 1992 and are always … READ MORE →

Marolt Sets Stage for 2006

July 11, 2005 – With eight months remaining, USSA President and CEO Bill Marolt said Friday U.S. skiers and snowboarders were poised and ready to achieve their longheld goal of “Best in the World” … READ MORE →

2006 Project Podium Calendar Preview

July 10, 2005 – Check out some images from the 2006 Project Podium Calendar! For more info, check out http://www.cccski.com/main.asp?cmd=doc&ID=2984&lan=0

Haywood Report: New Zealand Bound

July 7, 2005 – Nestled between the Tasman Sea and the South Pacific lies a cluster of islands whose total area is just 268 680kms, but whose ecosystem is absolutely extraordinary. Picture this, within these … READ MORE →

2005-06 USSA Membership Applications Now Available

July 6, 2005 – Membership applications are now available for the 2005-06 season. Applications are available in pdf format on www.ussa.org. Just click the link to USSA & FIS applications on the right-hand side of … READ MORE →

Beckie Scott Nominated to IOC Athlete’s Commission

July 6, 2005 – Beckie Scott is one of 15 athletes nominated to the IOC Athletes’ Commission. There are two positions on this commission coming available during the Olympic Winter Games in Turin, Italy. … READ MORE →

Another Transition in the National Office

July 4, 2005 – It is with mixed emotions that CCC is preparing to say farewell to Jean-Francois Rapatel. J-F has filled the position of Coordinator of Sport Participation Development since September 2003. … READ MORE →

New Organization to Lead Coaching Development in Canada

July 4, 2005 – The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) is entering the final stage of a transition that will see the emergence of a new organization amalgamating CAC and the National Coaching Certification Council … READ MORE →

USSA Partners With American Heart Association To Educate

July 3, 2005 – The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and the
American Heart Association’s Western States Affiliate are joining together
in the fight against heart disease and stroke, the two leading causes of
death in the United … READ MORE →