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Online Registration is now open until 9pm Friday, Jan 11, 2019 LONG COURSE INFO Skating Race Starts @ 10:00am on Sunday 1/13 Classic Race Starts @ 12:00pm on Sunday 1/13 Finish Location Trapp Family Bierhall, 1333 Luce Hill Rd, Stowe Early Bib Pick Up is SATURDAY, January 12th, 3-5pm at Town & Country Resort locatedRead more about STOWE DERBY 2019 WELCOME RACERS 74TH ANNIVERSARY THIS SUNDAY 1/13[…]
While much attention has been focused on US Nationals over the past week, recent snowfall has allowed for the return of citizen racing in New England. Read on for an always entertaining and informative race report from the Gunstock Zak Attack Freestyle Race by Damien Bolduc of NWVE. Also this coming weekend is a doubleheaderRead more about Winter and Zak Cup Racing Returns at Gunstock[…]
Day two of the NENSA Eastern Cup Opener at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center saw the return of winter and high quality races from elite skiers, US and Canadian juniors, college skiers, and a strong masters field. Due to icy conditions the races were changed from mass to interval start for safety to the competitors. HoweverRead more about Eastern Cup Opener Wrap-Up[…]
Over 300 skiers from throughout the US and Canada traveled to Craftsbury for the opening Eastern Cup race of the 2018-2019 season. Despite the unfortunate warm weather of the past days the grooming staff was able to provide racers with a fair track for the mornings qualification. During the course of the morning the temperatureRead more about Eastern Cup Opener at Craftsbury: Sprint Recap[…]
Membership with NENSA connects you to over 1,800 other kids in New England who are interested in Nordic Skiing. Connect at BKL races & events, on the kids section of the NENSA website, and at the annual Bill Koch Festival in early March each year.
Opportunities abound for racers in New England. Among winter events, the premiere racing circuit is the NRL/NENSA Eastern Cup which consists of races throughout New England. Most importantly to many juniors, results from these races determine the athletes to represent New England at Junior Nationals.
NENSA Offers Coach Credentialing and Continuing Education through Regional Certification clinics & National Level Symposiums with USSA Certification L100 & L200 as the end result.
"I started in the Bill Koch League and then graduated to the Eastern Cup circuit, finding awesome competition and fun races all winter long. I proudly wore the New England snowflakes at five Junior National Championships and still train in the suit from time to time for a burst of added energy."
"As a coach on the U.S. Ski Team, I can count on NENSA and its clubs to continue to feed athletes into our international racing programs. We’ve seen many New England athletes succeed at these levels, some of which emerge ultimately as World Cup stars. You’re well represented by Kris Freeman, Andy Newell, Liz Stephen, Ida Sargent, and Sophie Caldwell. NENSA is not done building this list. This is just the beginning."