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♦USSS Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies - June 23, 2019

Competition Manual

♦U-16 National Camp Criteria

♦Western REG Camp Criteria

NCC Roster

Nordic Head Tax Form

♦PNSA Waxing Policy - 2021

♦USSA Ski Cleaning Instructions:

If you will be racing in both FIS and non-FIS sanctioned events this season, please utilize this process to clean your skis between races.
 Step 1 CLEANING - Clean the ski thoroughly using an appropriate FLUORO CLEANER. Once the cleaner dries, brush it well with a “dirty” (fluoro contaminated) brush. Repeat that process a second time. Wipe all dust off the ski with a shop-towel.
 
Step 2 NEUTRALIZING - Wax two times with fluoro free glide wax. Allow each application to cool thoroughly. Use “clean” (fluoro free) tools to apply, scrape, and brush the wax. These steps can be training wax, or just repetitions to effectively clean the ski.
 
Step 3 RACE WAXING - Use whatever fluoro-free race wax you’re planning to use. Go race fast. Don’t worry.

 

It is advised to have dedicated clean (never seen flouros) and dirty (used for initial step of cleaning and FIS events) brushes for this season.  If you follow these steps it is very unlikely that your skis will be 100% clean, and in fact such a thing doesn’t exist. But you will NOT be bringing any unfair fluoro advantages to your fluoro free competitions, and you will have fully complied with the spirit of the fluoro free regulations.

 


Resources for coaches/parents/skiers

 

Intervals, Thresholds & Long Slow Distance by Stephen Seiler and Espen Tonnessen 2009

Polarized Training video by Stephen Seiler (2014)

World Cup Race Videos

 


Nearby Race Calendar's

Intermountain Nordic

♦Cross Country BC


Archived Meeting Minutes

 

NCC November 4, 2020 Meeting Minutes

NCC September 17, 2020 Meeting Minutes

NCC August 26, 2020 Meeting Minutes

NCC June 9, 2020 Meeting Minutes

NCC Fall 2019 Meeting Minutes

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NCC Spring 2018 Meeting Minutes