• University of Wisconsin Green Bay • March 4, 2019

    Green Bay's Sadie Peterson Set for NCAA Championships

    After a strong showing on the ski trails all season, Green Bay Nordic Skiing's Sadie Peterson will be competing at the 2019 NCAA Championships in Stowe, Vermont as one of the best collegiate nordic skiers in the country. Read More

  • CXC Newsfeed • February 26, 2019

    CXC Marathon Cup Hits Crescendo at Birkie

    The season-long CXC Marathon Cup series hit a high point Saturday at the Slumberland American Birkebeiner between Cable and Hayward as thousands braved yet another winter storm in the 45th running of North America’s largest cross country ski race. In typical CXC Marathon Cup fashion this season, it was a head-to-head battle in the 50k skate between Brian Gregg and Matt Liebsch most of the way before Vermont’s Akeo Maifield-Carucci took the win in the men’s skate race. Minnesota native Alayna Sonnesyn took the women’s title. Read More

  • American Birkebeiner • February 13, 2019

    American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation Announces Honorary Race Starter – Olympian Kikkan Randall

    The American Birkebeiner is pleased to announce the honorary race starter for Birkie 2019 will be five-time Olympian and PyeongChang gold medalist Kikkan Randall. Read More

  • University of Wisconsin Green Bay • February 3, 2019

    UWGB Nordic Ski Team Completes Final CCSA Race Before Championships

    The Green Bay Nordic skiing team faced their last regular CCSA race of the season this weekend, heading north to take part in Northern Michigan's course. The Phoenix completed a mass start classic on Saturday and an individual skate on Sunday. Read More

  • Central Collegiate Ski Association • January 28, 2019

    Northwoods Nordic CCSA Race Recap

    This past weekend brought the first NCAA qualifier race weekend of four in the Midwest. Northwoods Nordic Ski Club and CAVOC hosted the CCSA in Rhinelander, WI. Extreme cold weather caused the organizers to move the shortened mass start classic to Saturday, and interval starts to Sunday. In addition to switching days, start times were moved to the warmest parts of the day in the afternoon. The steps taken by the race organizers proved effective, as both races were able to go off as planned! Read More

  • CXC Newsfeed • January 28, 2019

    History Relived At Gitchi Gami Games CXC Cup

    Four decades after the FIS Cross Country World Cup had its beginnings on the Telemark ski trails, the Gitchi Gami Games were back as the third tour stop for the CXC Cup Jan. 19-20. Cold temperatures and tough courses were in store for athletes in an event organized by the American Birkebeiner. Read More

  • University of Wisconsin Green Bay • January 27, 2019

    UWGB Nordic Skiing Fights Frigid Temperatures, Podiums One in Green Bay CCSA Race

    The Green Bay Nordic skiing team hosted their very own CCSA race this weekend in Rhinelander, taking on a classic mass start on Saturday and skate individual start on Sunday in frigid temperatures. Read More

  • University of Wisconsin Green Bay • January 20, 2019

    Green Bay Nordic Skiing Podiums Two After Successful Weekend at 2019 Gitchi Gami Games

    The Green Bay Nordic skiing team participated in the Gitchi Gami Games this weekend in Northern Wisconsin, competing in a classic sprint race on Saturday and a mass start classic on Sunday against several competitors of multiple skill levels. Full results can be found through this link. Read More

  • CXC Newsfeed • January 7, 2019

    Third Stop On CXC Cup Series Set For January 19-20 in Northern Wisconsin

    The CXC Cup returns to action Jan. 19-20 heading to the fabled trails around Telemark near Cable, Wis. that once hosted the origins of the FIS World Cup tour. The weekend of competition will offer everything from entry level racing to qualifiers for U.S. Junior Championships – all classic technique. Read More

  • CXC Newsfeed • December 26, 2018

    CXC Cup Second Stop In Madison

    The CXC Cup rolled into the holidays with a second straight weekend of great racing at the Holiday Sprints in Madison’s Elver Park. A field of 190 athletes from nearly two-dozen CXC clubs took part. Read More