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2022 FIS Continental Cup Ski Jump Women and Nordic Combined Men

The Black Tusk Nordic Events Society (BTNES) wishes all participants welcome to Whistler/Squamish and the Whistler Olympic Park in March, 2022.

The FIS Nordic Combined and Ski Jumping Continental Cup competitions at the Whistler Olympic Park will welcome the new generation of Olympic skiers and winners. The young international skiers from over 15 countries will be able to compete on the 2010 Olympic Games ski jump hill and Cross-Country courses, and experience the excitement of following in their hero’s footsteps.

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Events Schedule

Racing begins on March 18, 2022.

Schedule Overview

Racing begins on March 18, 2022

Our Other Upcoming Events

2022

Mar 20 – Mar 27, 2022

2022 XC Nationals & US SuperTour Finals

Black Tusk Nordic is hosting a combined Canadian XC National Championships and US Super Tour Finals. Not since March 2013’s Sea to Sky Nordic Festival, have the top Canadian and American athletes converged at Whistler Olympic Park for a week of intense competition.

This is event is bound to be a great celebration of Canada’s Nordic talent.

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2023

Jan 27 – Feb 5, 2023

Squamish Whistler 2023

FIS Nordic Junior + U23 Cross Country World Ski Championships

Not since the 2010 Winter Olympics has an event of this magnitude been hosted in the Sea to Sky Corridor! This prestigious annual event was first held in St. Croix Switzerland in 1977. Other locations include St. Moritz, Val de Fiemme, Park City, Lahti, Saafelden, and many other magical locations. Previously held only twice in Canada-Mont Sainte Anne, Quebec in 1979 (where Horst Bulau became Canada’s first Junior World Champion with Gold in Ski Jumping) and Canmore, Alberta in 1997. Alex Harvey, Canada’s most decorated Nordic athlete, won Gold at the U23 World Championships in 2011.

In 2023, 500 athletes from around the globe will compete at Whistler Olympic Park in all disciplines of Nordic skiing. This vibrant competition will showcase Whistler Olympic Park in its full glory and boost Canada’s profile as a Nordic event host. We also have some very promising Canadian athletes who will be serious contenders at this event too.

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