LatestNews Archive - June, 2005

Gordon Jewett at the Haig glacier in June 2005 Thursday, June 30 Photos from the first Haig Glacier camp of the year - By: Gordon Jewett
Photo taken during the first glacier camp of the year, from June 23rd to 27th... [
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The big machinery used to get the job done. Sunday, June 26 Canmore Nordic Centre Construction Photos - By: Dan Roycroft
The redevelopement of the Canmore Nordic Centre is in full swing as work continues from the start that was made last fall. This collection of photos follows the work since the inital ground breaking last September.... [
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FIS Logo Transparent Saturday, June 25 FIS Investigation unable to explain Vincent Vittoz A/B Samples - By: FIS
The results of a FIS investigation into the positive A and negative B sample of Vincent Vittoz has been unable to unravel the mystery. While testing at other labs confirmed the same positive A / negative B samples, FIS and WADA investigated every possible scenario that could explain the discrepancy but could not find conclusive evidence of how the samples became different.... [
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Tuesday, June 21 Australian National Team looking for Wax Technician for Canadian World Cups
The Australian National team will be attending the Canadian World Cups in December and are looking for a wax technician to help out the team.... [
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INDi2010 Logo Sunday, June 19 Gord's Ski Newsletter Vol. 8, No. 2: Ankle Deep - By: Gordon Jewett
Iíve just returned from a 50km classic roller ski, and Iím very wet. The skies of southern Alberta have tuned nasty after a few days of nice weather since out last storm, and just about every road is on the verge of being washed away... [
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Polish skier Justyna Kowalczyk, who tested positive for Dexamethason prior to the 2005 World Championships Thursday, June 16 4th Place Finisher at World Championships Tests Positive - By: Cross Country Canada
On Monday 13th June 2005 the FIS Doping Panel issued itsí decision in the case of Cross-Country skier Justyna Kowalczyk (POL) who was found by the panel to have committed a doping violation in accordance with Article 2.1 of the FIS Anti-Doping Rules... [
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Sage Brown during an early morning training session in Sugarbush, Vermont as preparation for the 2026 Olympics. Tuesday, June 14 The first Skifaster.net Photo Contest Winner is . . .
The winning photo of the first Skifaster.net photo contest as well as all the contest entries... [
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Dan at Assiniboine Friday, June 10 Video: Assiniboine and the Olympic Dream - By: Dan Roycroft
For the CCC AGM last week, guest speaker Dan Roycroft introduced his latest video which follows the NST at their Assiniboine camp and takes viewers inside the Olympic Dream.... [
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Chandra Crawford works her way up a hill during ski striding intensity. Wednesday, June 8 2005 Giant Strides Camp a Success - By: Jim Cameron
The 2005 Giant Strides training camp was held last week at Sleeping Giant provincial Park just outside of Thunder Bay. Participants from the National Ski Team... [
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Team 2010 Coach Eric de Nys demonstrates proper ski walking technique to a group of young skiers. Wednesday, June 8 Cross-country skiing to take over the city - By: Michael Onesi - The Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal
The 2006 Canadian cross-country ski championships, slated for the Lappe Nordic Centre, are going urban... [
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Silver Start Sprints 2002 Mens Start Sunday, June 5 Sprinting headed for start gates - By: www.theglobeandmail.com
World championship bronze medalist Sara Renner and Olympic gold medalist Beckie Scott face new technology in their cross-country sprints. FIS will introduce mechanical starting gates... [
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