Joel Reichenberger December 27, 2017 STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Canadian Nordic Combined team spent much of the last month in a spare bedroom of a downtown Steamboat Springs home furnished with one twin bed. Nothing to worry about, Nathaniel Mah said. He fits just fine. Mah’s the only Canadian competing in international Nordic combined and […]
Continental Cup: December 15-17 Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club hosted the 2017 Steamboat Ski Town U.S.A. FIS Continental Cup Dec. 15 to 17, 2017. This exciting event has attracted top countries in the world, including Japan, Germany and Norway, to send their high level International/World Cup level competitors, […]
INVITATION FIS CUP, SKI JUMPING Men and Ladies 07-08 December 2017 INVITATION FIS CUP, SKI JUMPING Men and Ladies 07-08 December 2017 FIS CONTINENTAL CUP Men 09-10 December 2017 Organizer: Ski Jumping Canada Address of organizer: 88 Canada Olympic Road SW, T3B 5R5 Calgary Phone : +1587 707 7478
Ski Jumping Canada is pleased to invite you to the 2017 National Ski Jumping Championships at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, AB on October 21st. All are welcome. Parking is available under the big jumps at COP. The event starts with the trial round at 8:15 am on the K89 (formerly known as the 70 […]
An Interview by Rundle Sport with Nathaniel Mah. Read the article here at RSrollerski.com Nathaniel Mah is Canada’s only Nordic Combined athlete and an Olympic hopeful for 2018. The 2016/2017 season saw his return to competition after a long recovery from a concussion suffered while road cycling. Nathaniel is a hardworking, dedicated, down-to-earth athlete that Rundle […]
On Sunday March 5th, history repeats itself. Eddie the Eagle is back & he’s ski jumping again. In 1988, Eddie the Eagle became a worldwide household name through his participation in Ski Jumping in the Calgary 1988 Olympics. He charmed the Calgary crowd with his “everyman” personality while fulfilling a dream that only a few […]
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