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The best cross-country skiers in the world will be competing at the Canmore Nordic Centre from March 8 – 12. The event is expected to reach 60 million TV viewers worldwide.
The most important thing to know is that all races are FREE to attend – just bring your best cheering voices. Let’s show the world how Canada supports our best biathletes! The first
We’ve endured a blizzard followed by a five-day deep freeze over the past week. The forecast looks downright pleasant after what we’ve been subjected to.
For the second year in a row Canmore, Alberta will host the world’s best nordic skiers with six International Paralympic Committee (IPC) world cups.
Here are a few comments about the Canmore Nordic Centre from today’s World Cup winners: “Something is good here, I really like this place. It is absolutely one of the top
No Canadians came close to a medal in the World Cup races in Canmore today. Alex Harvey had a respectable 11th, 20 seconds behind the winner,