We are excited to share the Craftsbury Outdoor Center‘s 2023 BKL Festival logo and theme description with you all! The awesome logo was designed by the multitalented Craftsbury Ski Club coach, Jake Barton. We’ll continue to share Festival updates here in Breaking News, through our Trail Tales youth newsletter, and on social media (Facebook and […]
The Regional Development Group Camp (RDG) is a NENSA project and brainchild of the Athlete Development Committee coaches who designed this camp to complement the longstanding Regional Elite Group (REG) camp by expanding the number of athletes invited to attend summer regional development opportunities. The 2022 RDG Camp was hosted by the Craftsbury Outdoor Center […]
A big thank you to all who participated in the Fourth Annual Roy-llerski and supported the Maine Outdoor Wellness Center! This event, created by Jenny Wilbraham, honors Maine skier Roy Varney by bringing together the cross country ski community and raising money for the Maine Outdoor Wellness Center. This Center was a dream of Roy’s, […]
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John Caldwell Award: One of NENSA’s finest traditions is presenting the John Caldwell Award. This award annually recognizes a single individual, or entity, which embodies the spirit, dedication, innovation, and pride of John Caldwell. NENSA is thrilled to honor John Ogden and Ed Despard, from Bullitt Timing, with the John Caldwell Award this year, as […]
NENSA is pleased to announce Ford Sayre as the 2022 NENSA Club of the Year. Like NENSA, the driving force of their mission statement involves, “a life-long passion for skiing.” Their cross country ski program is one of the most developed in New England – with options for Bill Koch, highly competitive juniors, and a […]
Fischer Sports has signed a three-year Associate Sponsorship with NENSA FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 18, 2022 NENSA is thrilled to announce that our longtime sponsor, Fischer Sports, has upped their commitment to NENSA and our year round programing by increasing their annual support to the Associate Level, and signing a 3 year sponsorship agreement with […]
Friday, August 12, 2022 | RSU 26 in Orono, Maine If you’re an Orono-area middle or high school skier, come join NENSA and the Penobscot Valley Ski Club at Orono High School for some skills, drills, and games on rollerskis! All clinic participants can use NENSA’s Swenor Rollerskis, but remember to bring your own boots, poles, and […]
Cross Country Skier
- Hannah Halvorsen...
Racer Hannah Halvorsen, 24, retired this spring from the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team, with a career that culminated at the 2022 […]
- Indy XC Pass Debuts...
Since its debut in 2019, the Indy Pass has provided alpine skiers with affordable access to numerous independently owned ski areas across […]
- Multiple Job Openings at the Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation
The Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation (TVSEF) is looking for a team player with excellent leadership, interpersonal, and communication with a passion for snow and youth sports to join our team. We have job openings for a Head Prep and Comp Coach, Prep and Comp Assistant Coaches, Development Assistant Coaches, and Recreation Assistant Coaches. Head Prep and Comp Coach – This position is responsible for overseeing the cross country prep and comp programs (U12-18,...
- U.S. Cross Country Ski Team Announces Selection Criterion for 2023-24
Dear Cross Country Community, You can find the newly posted U.S. Cross Country Ski Team Selection Criterion for 2023-24 here: https://usskiandsnowboard.org/sport-programs/criteria/us-cross-country-team-criteria The criterion utilizes the same selection methods used in past seasons, and reverts to relying on a published FIS points list (8th list of the 22-23 season) now that the FIS has begun to run single-year points lists again. As always, please be sure to reach out if you have any questions or concerns....