• Features

    Andy Newell’s Solution: Olympic veteran offers multi-tiered and customizable coaching

    At the conclusion of the 2017-2018 racing season, Olympic Veteran Andy Newell announced he would no longer be racing a full World Cup schedule. Some fans thought this was it for the 34-year-old. But, he says, he’s reducing and refocusing, not retiring. In addition to targeting more races in the […]

    Doping Control in the Sport of Cross Country Skiing

    Editors’ Note: In early September recently retired U.S. Ski Team member Noah Hoffman was given the opportunity to speak at the U.S. Anti Doping Agency’s Doping Control Officers’ conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Hoffman is a passionate agent in the fight against doping in cross country skiing and was kind […]

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    Celebrities, Skills and Sprints: NENSA Rolls out a New Summer Competition Series

    Rollerskiing, a longtime dryland training mechanism for competitive cross country skiers, is seeing increased growth among juniors on the U.S. East Coast. Spearheaded by the New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA), new race opportunities, skills clinics and competitions were made available to young skiers in Lake Placid, New York, and […]

    Mountain Flyer Magazine

    Cross Country Skier welcomes Mountain Flyer, The Mountain Bike Journal

    The publishers of Cross Country Skier Magazine recently acquired Gunnison, Colorado-based Mountain Flyer, The Mountain Bike Journal. If you love Cross Country Skier and also ride, Mountain Flyer is your quarterly journal of record for the sport. By offering gripping stories and crisp, clean design—and by showcasing photography only available […]

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    Susan Dunklee: A Green Team Racer Chasing Gold

    As part of an upcoming print feature, Cross Country Skier magazine caught up with several members of Craftsbury’s Green Racing Project, including U.S. biathlete Susan Dunklee. Read, in her own words, about her path from collegiate skiing to Olympic biathlon. I started biathlon after graduating college in 2008. I was offered […]

    Help Cross Country Skier Reach an Olympic Gold Medal (Ceremony)

    Dear XCS Community, Now that Height of Land has Cross Country Skier Magazine, I’ve finally got a great reason to go to the Olympics. This opportunity has come together very late in the game and we have not been able to raise the sponsorship support to cover our Olympics project. […]