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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.
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NNF Cup: University of Utah Awarded NNF Cup Following Conclusion of US SuperTour
Following SuperTour Finals in Craftsbury, Vermont, the National Nordic Foundation is excited to award the NNF Cup to the University of Utah Ski Team (UU). Strong early season results were accented by a final push in Craftsbury this weekend, including a win in Sunday’s...
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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!
Athlete Update: Hannah Rudd Recaps OPA Cup Finals with Team USA
Bridger Ski Foundation Pro Team Skier Hannah Rudd checks in after her trip with NNF to OPA Cup Finals in Italy.
NNF Cup Update: Standings Close and Getting Closer as SuperTour Finals Begin in Craftsbury.
The NNF Cup concludes in Craftsbury, Vermont at SuperTour Finals this weekend.
Peter Wolter Writes in from Toblach, Italy with the OPA Cup Trip
Peter Wolter writes in mid-week of the US Ski and Snowboard OPA Cup trip in Toblach, Italy.
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