Through long-standing sponsorship of New England Nordic Ski Association, Swix is proud to support NENSA programing, from the Bill Koch Festival to the New England Junior National Team and beyond.
This coming season Swix and L.L. Bean will return as sponsors, their support most visible in the new all-lycra racing bibs used at Eastern Cups, Bill Koch League Events, the U16 Championships and the Eastern High School Championships. Swix is also the Official Performance Techwear of the New England Junior National Team, which includes the race kit, hats, jackets, and a sharp dressed coaching and waxing staff.
Additionally, Swix will continue to be the official sponsor of the Bill Koch League Jacket Program, available to all NENSA BKL Clubs. Further Swix support includes NENSA’s New England Marathon Series, as well as the New England Women’s XC Ski event.
About Swix Sport AS:
Swix Sport AS head quarter is situated in Lillehammer, Norway. Swix is one of very few Norwegian consumers’ products to be found in shops all over the world having snow and winter. Swix is wholly owned by the Ferd group, which is one of Norway’s leading privately owned businesses. Swix Sport AS is also the owner of the brands Ulvang, and Lundhags.
About the New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA):
The New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) is the Community Olympic Development Program for cross-country skiing in New England as well as the umbrella organization for Nordic skiing events in the region. We are a member supported service organization that promotes the culture of cross country skiing by creating opportunities for youth, athletes, coaches, officials and skiers of all levels. NENSA also provides the support structure necessary to bring cross-country skiers to their highest potential at regional, national and international events.
It is the mission of the New England Nordic Ski Association to implement educational, recreational, and competitive programs at all levels of cross-country skiing. NENSA works to sustain a vital and active skiing community in New England, and to provide the support structure necessary to bring cross-country skiers to their highest potential at regional, national, and international events.
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