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Race Rundown: Burke 10th in Annecy Sprint; Scott Gow and Doherty Top 20

IBU World Cup (Annecy, France): Men’s 10 k sprint Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Bø racked up his third-straight individual win of the International Biathlon Union (IBU) World Cup season on Friday (and fourth non-relay win of 2017/2018), topp...

Friday Rundown: Burke 10th in Annecy Sprint; Greggs Sweep in Rossland (Updated)

IBU World Cup (Annecy, France): Men’s 10 k sprint (Note: This rundown has been updated to include quotes from US Biathlon’s Tim Burke and Sean Doherty.) Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Bø racked up his third-straight individual win of th...

Weng and Stock win FIS Scandinavia Cup opening

FIS Scandinavia Cup kicked off in Vuokatti on Friday with free technique distance races. The day was dominance by Norwegian athletes as they swept the podiums in both women’s and men’s race. Tiril Udnes Weng and Daniel Stock were the winn...

Kern on the European World Cup Scene: ‘There’s No 99 Percent Out There’

After scoring World Cup points in her first try as part of the U.S. Nations Group roster in Canada last season, Julia Kern is getting a crack at the European World Cup scene this winter. The 20-year-old Stratton Mountain School (SMS) Elite Team me...

Toblach 10/15 km F Preview

Teresa Stadlober (AUT), who finished in fifth place in the 10km free in Davos, is aiming to become the second woman from Austria to reach the podium in any World Cup event, after Maria Theurl (AUT) recorded a third-place finish in the 15km free in Ra...

It's World Cup time in Toblach

The Nordic Arena in Toblach (Italy) is now covered by a thick layer of fresh snow and the XC skiing World Cup athletes are about to invade the area on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 December.

Dunklee Proves Her Resiliency, 10th in Annecy Sprint

Susan Dunklee’s start to another International Biathlon Union (IBU) World Cup season hadn’t played out as she’d hoped, specifically in terms of results. Coming off a banner winter, with a silver at 2017 World Championships (in the women’s ...

Biathlon Canada to Boycott Russian World Cups

On Dec. 10, the International Biathlon Union (IBU) announced its Executive Board decision to relegate the Russian Biathlon Union (RBU) to “provisional membership” for the rest of the 2017/2018 competition season. The IBU’s decision comes on...

Nordic Nation: Biathlon Canada President Murray Wylie on Boycotting Russia

On Wednesday, Nordic Nation reached Biathlon Canada President Murray Wylie to discuss an open letter he signed on behalf of his organization and sent to the leaders of the International Biathlon Union. We encourage you to read this more in-depth a...

Sovereign NorAm/SuperTour Rewind: Craftsbury Women on Top; Thompson and Torchia Take Wins

VERNON, British Columbia — For the second consecutive year, the Sovereign Lake NorAm was combined with the SuperTour for an expanded field of racers. The warm, sunny, and windless conditions on both days were a welcome change from the previo...

Get to know Iceland's Snorri Einarsson

We met the Icelandic skiier Snorri Einarsson, the only high-level representative in a nation with no background tradition but,with him, is now attempting to enter the world scene. His beginnings in Norway, his history and his thoughts on the cross-co...

Utah Alum Einarsson PyeongChang-Bound for Iceland, Scoring World Cup Points Along the Way

What kind of ski racing hasn’t Snorri Einarsson done? Einarsson moved from Norway to the United States for the 2007 season, racing for the University of Utah and winning an NCAA Championship title. After returning to Norway, he got World Cup sta...

FasterSkier’s 12 Days of FBD Christmas: Day 5

Editor’s note: For the second-straight year, we’re presenting another 12-day holiday gift guide, brought to you by the one and only “FBD”, our gear-review guru. Kicking the series off, recommendations for recovery gifts to keep you and y...

Wednesday Workout: Journaling and Time Trials with Anne Hart

Coming off a top-20 distance result during Norway’s season-opening International Ski Federation (FIS) races a little less than a month ago in Beitostølen, Anne Hart, of the Stratton Mountain School (SMS) Elite Team, jetted to a victory in the f...

Weekly Promo - Lillhammer highlights

Weekly highlights from Lillehammer, Norway as the FIS Cross-Country World Cup turns it's attention to Toblach, Italy.  Competition schedule for Toblach: Saturday 16 December - 10/15 km interval start in free te...

Marcialonga & Fiemme Ski WC partner for the environment

Marcialonga & Fiemme Ski World Cup OCs go hand in hand with the environment. As part of a sustainable and creative project, both committees in Italy's Trentino region have decided to give birth to a new partnership with a social cooperative based in ...

As Results Start to Improve, Canadians Building Towards PyeongChang

DAVOS, Switzerland — Aside from Alex Harvey’s 10th- and 23rd-place finishes in the men’s race, the Canadian National Ski Team at first glance didn’t have many other standout results in the last weekend of racing. But looks can be d...

Casper Mountain Biathlon Center Showcases – Morton Trails’ Courses in 17’-18’ Season

Casper, Wyoming might not be the first place that comes up in a discussion of world-class Nordic skiing in North America. Rob Rosser – a 5-time US national biathlon champion, and 1998 Olympian – and his colleagues at the Casper Mountain Biathl...

Notes and Quotes from the U.S. Ski Team’s Davos Weekend

It was a busy weekend for the U.S. Ski Team in Davos, Switzerland, with some successes and some not-so-great races. Kikkan Randall returned to the podium, and six different women had top-20 results – including two each from Randall, Jessie D...

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