LatestNews Archive - March, 2004

Salomon Tuesday, March 30 Salomon's Skinny Ski Story Winner: How I Think Cross Country Skiing Began - By: Hanne Collins
This is the winning story of the 2004 Salomon/ Skinny Ski Story Contest, by 9 year old Hanne Collins from Telemark Ski Club... [
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Salomon Monday, March 29 Winners of the Skinny Ski Story Contest are announced
The Racing Team and Salomon Canada are proud to announce the winners of this year's Skinny Ski Story contest... [
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Saturday, March 27 Babikov and Swanson top Canadians at Opening Spring Series Race
Ivan Babikov continued his strong performance placing 3rd at the opening race at the Colorado International Spring Series. The CISS kicked off successfully with... [
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Internationl Spring Series Logo 2004 Tuesday, March 23 Heat Won't Melt Down International Spring Series
The Colorado International Spring Series is less than one week away, and despite a heat wave of epic proportions, things are shaping up for an incredible week of racing and socializing... [
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Ivan Babikov T-Bay Canada Cup 2004 Monday, March 22 Scott and Babikov Collect Win Distance Races at Canadian Championships
Charlo, N.B. - Canada's Beckie Scott grabbed her fourth national title of the week on Sunday, winning the women's 30-kilometre mass start at the Canadian Cross-Country Ski Championships in Charlo... [
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Monday, March 22 Augustana and Carleton Collect CCUNC Relay Titles
The Canadian College & University National Championship Relays produced exciting finishes to the†CCUNC competition in Charlo on Saturday with Augustana University†College of Alberta... [
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Monday, March 22 CCUNC All Canadians Named
After four days of racing the organizers of the 2004 Canadian Cross-Country Ski Championships took a break from the snow Friday evening to acknowledge the many partners involved... [
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2002 Olympics Friday, March 19 Kershaw and Scott Victorious Again in Charlo
Charlo, N.B. - Canada's Beckie Scott was one of four athletes to win a second consecutive gold medal at the Canadian Cross-Country Ski Championships in Charlo, N.B. on Friday... [
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Ivan Babikov Thursday, March 18 Scott and Babikov With Narrow Wins at Canadian Championships
Charlo, N.B.-Beckie Scott acquired a taste of what it will be like when she finally takes her spot on top of the Olympic podium later this year. The Vermilion, Alta. native captured her second... [
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Devon Kershaw sprinting at the 2002 spring series Tuesday, March 16 Kershaw, Scott Strike Canadian Championships Gold
Individual racing got underway today at the Canadian Championships in Charlo, New Brunswick with classic races. This marks the first year since 2001 that all the top Canadian athletes... [
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Sunday, March 14 Goldsack 45th in Pragelato World Cup
Pragelato, ITA-The best result by the Canadian menís Cross-Country Ski Team may have been 45th during a 30-kilometre free technique event at World Cup Finals in Pragelato, Italy on Sunday... [
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Sunday, March 14 Perillat and Tchepalova win Engadin Ski Marathon
Christophe Perillat of France was today's winner of the 36th Engadin Ski Marathon, beating out all of the other 11'883 participants from 34 nations. About 500 meters before the finish Perrillat... [
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Sunday, March 14 Alberta Clubs Strong in Nationals Relays
On a day which featured bright sunshine and fast snow, the future stars of Canadian cross-country skiing competed for Club honours in the Challenge and Open 3 X 5 km skate relays... [
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Saturday, March 13 Scott 7th on 2006 Olympic Trails
Pragelato, ITA-Beckie Scott posted her second-consecutive season-best result on Saturday after finishing seventh in a 15-kilometre free technique cross-country ski event at the World Cup Finals... [
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Friday, March 12 Scott Wins World Cup Silver
Beckie Scott captured silver in the Pragelato World Cup sprint, finishing only .2 seconds behind Marit Bjoergen of Norway, the overall World Cup sprint leader. After the qualifying round... [
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Thursday, March 11 US Ski Team Colorado International Spring Series
Fraser, Colorado - The US Ski Team and Organizing Committee of The Colorado International Spring Series (CISS) are pleased to announce the 2004 running of the International Spring... [
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Wednesday, March 10 Strathcona Nordics Head Coach Position Announcement
The Strathcona Nordics Ski Club is seeking a qualified, experienced NCCP Level 3, full time head coach to lead, foster and coordinate the clubís athlete development program... [
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Tuesday, March 9 Laakso, Roycroft, Bauer and Latimer Winners at Sibley Ski Tour - By: Jim Cameron
The annual Sibley Ski Tour was held in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park just outside of Thunder Bay on March 6, 2004. Ideal ski conditions greeted... [
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Sara Renner in the 15km Duathlon World Cup in Oberstdorf, Germany in February 2004 Sunday, March 7 Sara Renner 23rd in Lahti, Canadian Men Strong
Lahti, FIN-Canada's Sara Renner was just 75 seconds off the gold-medal pace while finishing 23rd in a World Cup cross-country ski distance event on Sunday in Lahti, Finland... [
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Lahti, Finland World Cup Team Sprint, 2004 Saturday, March 6 Jeffries and Grey 9th in World Cup Team Sprint
It has been a banner year for the Canadian National Team program as the men's side has made big gains to join an already strong women's program among the best in the world... [
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Friday, March 5 Beckie Scott Narrowly Misses Podium in Finland
Lahti, FIN-Canadaís Beckie Scott was on a mission to capture her first World Cup podium appearance of the year, but the Olympic gold medallist came up short in the final heat and finished fourth... [
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Friday, March 5 Tobias Fredriksson Wins Sprint in Lahti
World Sprint Champion Tobias Fredriksson of Sweden took the men's World Cup sprint today in Lahti, Finland, narrowly beating teammate Mikael Oestberg in a photo finish after a valiant final charge... [
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Capracotta OPA 10km Skate, 2004 Tuesday, March 2 Gordís Ski Newsletter Vol 6, No 8: The Top Step - By: Gord Jewett
2174 days, 3198 hours of training, 1 back surgery, 374 hours of physiotherapy. It seems like an eternity since I last won a distance ski race, but that changed on Sunday when I won my... [
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