LatestNews Archive - May, 2006

Gord Jewett Headshot Tuesday, May 30 INDi2010 Racing Team: Adapting to Another Year - By: Gordon Jewett
The process of becoming a great athlete takes decades. In its simplest form, it is just a matter of challenging your body to adapt to ever increasing stresses. There is no time of year when that adaptation is more evident to skiers than the month of May... [
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Karla Mika in the 10km skate pursuit at the 2006 Eastern Canadian Championships Sunday, May 28 Karla Mika leaves R.J. Burnside to pursue Olympic dream - By: www.simcoe.com
FROM THE age of a young child we all have had dreams. Looking back later in life one can look back in time and say their dreams became reality or not. For many of us life takes us on a different journey that is simply good, bad, or okay... [
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Disbelief Friday, May 26 Another Danumentary is out: 17 Medals
Dan Roycroft has created another Danumentary film, this time it's a highlight package of the Canadian Cross Country Ski team's incredible success on the World Cup circuit and Olympic Games. ... [
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Tara Whitten on her way to gold in the 10km skate at the 2006 Western Canadian Championships in Whitehorse, Yukon Tuesday, May 23 INDi2010 Racing Team Update: Teammates, New and Old - By: Tara Whitten
After our yearly ‘month of rest’, skiers all over the country are energized and eager to go for another season. I have always loved this time of year – it is so full of hope and promise for the coming season. In May, everything is possible... [
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INDi2010 Racing Team logo Sunday, May 21 INDi2010 Racing Team: New Name, New Faces, Same Powerhouse Team
The Independent Nordic Development Initiative for 2010 (INDi2010) will be returning for its second year as a cross-country skiing powerhouse buoyed by the continuing long-term goal of putting someone on the Olympic podium at the Vancouver 2010 Games. After a successful inaugural season in 2005/2006 as the dominant Exel Racing Team... [
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Houghton, Michigan Wednesday, May 17 2007 US Championships Head to Houghton, Michigan
The 2007 U.S. Cross Country Championships will return to the Midwest for the first time in more than a decade for the next two seasons, bringing title races for the first time to Houghton, Mich., next Jan. 3-7 and again in 2008, U.S. Nordic Director Luke Bodensteiner said... [
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Justin Wadsworth demonstrates skate technique at a Manitoba coaching clinic Wednesday, May 17 Justin Wadsworth Joins US Team Coaching Staff
Three-time cross country Olympian Justin Wadsworth has been added to the U.S. Ski Team's World Cup coaching staff, Head Coach Pete Vordenberg said... [
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Devon Kershaw training at Sovereign Lake Nordic Center in May of 2006 Monday, May 15 Sovereign Lake Nordic Centre Hosts Spring Training Camp
While most North Okanagan residents have put away the skis for the season and dusted off the golf clubs, Canada’s elite Nordic skiers returned to Sovereign Lake this week for some on-snow spring training... [
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Instant Honeymoon. Wednesday, May 3 Surprise Wedding on the beaches of Barbados
In a surprise elope, long time partners and Olympic veterans Robin McKeever and Milaine Theriault tied the knot while in Barbados on April 25th. With son Xavier along side, the bride and groom said their vows on the beach and enjoyed another week of honeymoon bliss under the palm trees of the sunny south. ... [
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CCC Logo Tuesday, May 2 Canadian National Team Announced.
The Canadian National Team selection has been made with no big surpises. The only additions to the senior program are Ivan Babikov and Alex Harvey. ... [
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US Ski Team Logo Monday, May 1 US Team Posts Historic Results in 2006
American cross country ski racing took a major stride forward this winter as young U.S. sprinters put up the best international results in history for the women and in two decades for the men... [
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