Ski Jumping Canada is pleased to invite you to the 2017 National Ski Jumping Championships at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, AB on October 21st. All are welcome. Parking is available under the big jumps at COP. The event starts with the trial round at 8:15 am on the K89 (formerly known as the 70 meter jump) […]
An Interview by Rundle Sport with Nathaniel Mah. Read the article here at RSrollerski.com Nathaniel Mah is Canada’s only Nordic Combined athlete and an Olympic hopeful for 2018. The 2016/2017 season saw his return to competition after a long recovery from a concussion suffered while road cycling. Nathaniel is a hardworking, dedicated, down-to-earth athlete that […]
Ticket sales for the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 start on Thursday 23 February at 11am EST / 8am PST on a ‘first come first served’ basis. We can assist you in purchasing stand-alone tickets, booking flights, accommodation, hospitality and building complete packages for the Olympic Winter Games. Please visit www.atpi.ca/olympicgames to make your purchases, […]
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING FOR SKI JUMPING CANADA Pursuant to its bylaws, NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Ski Jumping Canada will be held at 10:00 o’clock a.m. on Saturday, June 18th, 2016 at the Jump Centre main room located at Canada Olympic View SW Calgary Alberta. All active current members are deemed to be […]
We will soon see summer ski jumping in Squamish British Columbia. The final touches are being completed to offer spring and summer jumping in the Squamish Legacy Sports Park. The park is managed by the Sea To Sky Nordics ski club. For more information contact John Heilig firstname.lastname@example.org.
A J Brown, Jakub Kot, Josh Maurer Great weather and jump conditions made for an exciting two day FIS ski jumping competition at the Whistler Nordic Center. Athletes from five nations competed for top honors. Day 1 saw Canadian Josh Maurer take 3rd spot just behind A J Brown from the US (2nd), strong jumps by […]
Increased funding created by success of 20-year-old athlete Success has come at an early age for ski jumper Taylor Henrich, but with a federation starved for relevance, so has the heavy burden of being the sport’s flag-bearer in Canada. As a 19-year-old last season, the Calgary native became the first Canadian woman to capture a World […]
Published on: January 14, 2016 Calgary’s Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes shattered his Canadian ski jumping distance record at the ski flying world championships in Tauplitz Bad Mitterndorf, Austria on Thursday. Flying 212.5 metres in qualifying, the 24-year-old eclipsed his own mark of 205 metres, set in 2013 in the Czech Republic. At that time, he was the […]
Nordic Combined Ski Canada supports the NCTC initiative that is preparing our athletes to compete at the 2017 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships to be held at Lahti, Finland prior to the next Olympics. Nordic Combined is an Olympic Winter sport that combines cross-country skiing and ski jumping. It is one of the oldest Nordic Winter […]
Wes Saville achieved Continental Cup points at the recent Park City FIS event before Christmas. Wes is part of the NCTC initiative that is preparing our athletes to compete at the 2017 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships to be held at Lahti, Finland prior to the next Olympics. Wes’s accomplishment at Park City is a […]
Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes on the World Cup Circuit 2017
Follow Mackenzie as he represents Canada in the the World Cup ski jumping competitions around the globe.