The Canmore Nordic Ski Club is proud to be hosting Alberta Cup 1-2 in Canmore, December 10 – 11, 2022
Team Captains Meetings will be on Zoom at the same posted times. Links will be send to registered coaches later this week
Course and stadium maps are posted.
Coaches: Join the “AB Cup 2022/23 Coaches” WhatsApp group HERE
Draft schedule posted below:
Volunteers are still needed to run these races, if you have time, consider helping out. This is one of the last big opportunities to complete your volunteer hours for Canmore Nordic.
Volunteer registration HERE
Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park, Canmore, Alberta
Team Captain Meetings:
Team Captains Meetings will be held on Zoom on the following days. Meeting link will be send by email to all registered coaches:
– Friday December 9, 500pm: Alberta Cup 1 & 2 TCM Friday
– Saturday, December 10, 600pm
Team Captains Meeting, Slides:
COURSES: 2022 AB Cup 1-2 Maps
STADIUM: 2022 AB Cup 1-2 Stadium
Registration and fee payment is online at Zone4. Coaches MUST register on Zone4 (no fee). Preliminary Seeding Lists will be sent in advance via email to coaches who are registered.
Racers and coaches must check the confirmation list on Zone4 as soon as possible after completing registration to ensure skiers are registered in the correct categories. Please contact the Competition Secretary (email@example.com) before 9am MST on Wednesday, December 7 if corrections are required.
Registration Opens: Thursday, November 17, 2022
Registration Closes: Sunday, December 4, 2022 – 11:59pm MST
Late Registration Closes: Tuesday, December 6, 2022 – 1159pm MST
All competitors skiing in U14, U16, U18, U20, Senior, and Master categories must have at least one of the following licences:
– Nordiq Canada Racing Licence
– Nordiq Canada Associate License
– Nordiq Canada Supporting Member Day License (SMDL) – charged automatically during registration if required
U12 category and younger do not require a licence of any type.
Any athlete, of any age, from other Nordic disciplines including biathlon or Nordic Combined, that are not members of a Nordiq Alberta club, must have a valid Nordiq Canada or SMDL to compete.
Associate License for non-Canadian Skiers: For non-Canadian skiers, an Associate License may be obtained through Nordiq Canada for eligibility in all sanctioned competitions in Canada. The results of skiers with Associate Licenses will be included in the Canada Point List calculation and used for seeding purposes. For more information, visit the Nordiq Canada website:
If you do not have a current FIS, Nordiq Canada, or Nordiq Canada Associate Member Licence and are registering in U14 or above categories, $5 per day will be automatically added for a Supporting Member Day Licence (SMDL).
Please make sure you have renewed/purchased your licence(s) for this year.
Teams not requiring, or unable to secure a wax room, will be able to reserve outside space for waxing. No electricity will be provided. It is also prohibited to run any electrical cords from wax rooms to outside set-ups and prohibited to use any available outdoor electrical outlets at the Nordic Centre. If you require electricity and are not in a wax room, a generator will be required.
Wax rooms will be prioritized to Alberta clubs first.
Register for a wax room or outside space on Zone 4 coach’s registration. More details on the race notice.
Nordic Alberta respectfully requests all coaches, athletes, wax technicians, and parents to abide by a self-governed protocol while waxing skis for identified races taking place in Alberta. This also applies to coaches, athletes, wax technicians, and parents traveling to Alberta from out-of-province or out-of-country.
- Structure tools ARE permitted.
- Non-fluoro (NF) waxes ARE permitted.
- Fluorinated glide waxes or tuning products containing fluorine liquid are NOT permitted at Alberta Cups for ALL age categories. This includes all types of fluorinated glide wax (e.g., LF, HF, block, powder, liquid).
Fluorinated Kick Wax IS permitted for all age categories at this time
All participants will be required to have a Canmore Nordic Center Pass. During the registration process, participants will be prompted to purchase a day ticket at the 50% discounted rate of $7.50/day if they do not have a Canmore Nordic Centre Season Pass. The fine for skiing without a pass is $172.00. Daily trail passes can be purchased on both the Athlete Registration Page and the Coach Registration Page.
All participants parking at the Canmore Nordic Centre are required to have a Kananaskis Conservation Pass HERE