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2022 XC Nationals & US SuperTour Finals

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

The Canadian Cross-Country National Championship expects one of the largest gathering of the most talented skiers from both Canada and USA in the recent years. Combining the Championship with the US SuperTour finals will result in fierce competitions between US and Canadian skiers coming from the 2022 Beijing Olympic Games and the final World Cup races, and the domestic skiers being ready to showcase their talents.

The Junior and U23 eligible skiers will be able to test out the courses that will be used for next year’s Junior- and U23 World Nordic & Cross-Country Championships

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Our Other Upcoming Events


Mar 17 – Mar 19, 2022

2022 FIS Continental Cup Ski Jump women and Nordic Combined men and women

It is going to be such a crowd pleaser to watch the skiers soar again at WOP! The Continental Cup is a series of FIS ski jumping and Nordic Combined competitions considered to be the second level of international ski ranking just below the World Cup.

BTNES, along with our partners, Ski Jumping Canada and Whistler Olympic Park are already planning for this marquee event. The event will bring together the best Nordic Jumping athletes from North America as well as select international competitors. Details will be posted in 2021 as they are confirmed.

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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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