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We invest in American Nordic skiing so it continues to be a source of inspiration for athletes across the country. We power the opportunities that lead to World Cup and Olympic success for skiers from the United States.
Craftsbury Ski Club’s Amelia Circosta recaps the recent U18 Nordic Nation’s Cup that saw talented junior skiers from across the US get their first international racing experience.
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About the National Nordic Foundation
What we do
NNF works with US Ski and Snowboard and USA Nordic to identify and fund crucial opportunities for US skiers to compete at their sport’s highest level.
What We fund
NNF supports the development of US skiing through international competition funding, top-level domestic competition, and funding for initiatives that make US skiing more equitable and accessible.
Our Pillar Projects
Training and competition trips in the US and abroad that allow developing skiers to push themselves and each other towards excellence.
Our leadership is an active team of Olympic medalists, World Cup winners, and top-level US coaches.
American skiers are pushing towards the future, and we have the power to help get them there!
MSC’s Daniel McCollor, one of the athletes representing Team USA at the U18 Nordic Nation’s Trip, details prepping to race in Falun, Sweden
Natalie Nicholas from Bridger Ski Foundation checks in as the U18 Nordic Nation’s Trip gets ready to compete over three days in Falun, Sweden this weekend.
NNF Cup Update: Senior Nationals sees UU Cement Position in Front, Craftsbury Surges in Women’s Field
Period II of the SuperTour coincided with the US Cross Country Ski National Championships last week, providing a full program of racing for a ski community gathered from across the continent on the once, and possibly future, Olympic venue at Soldier Hollow, Utah. The...
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