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Cross Country Canada —Nation’s top Para-Nordic athletes will look ahead to IPC World Cup opener in Canmore during media availability, November 29—

CANMORE, ALTA.—Canada’s medal-winning Para-Nordic skiers will celebrate the 100-day countdown to the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games on November 29 the only way they know how – training at the world-renowned Canmore Nordic Centre.

Each of Canada’s best cross-country skiers, led by Paralympic medallists Brian McKeever (Canmore, Alta.), Mark Arendz (Hartsville, P.E.I.), and Chris Klebl (Canmore, Alta.), will be available to meet with media around their on-snow training session near the biathlon stadium at 12 noon.

The veterans will be joined by rising stars in the sport including Emily Young (Kelowna, B.C.), Brittany Hudak (Prince Albert, Sask.), and Collin Cameron (Sudbury, Ont.), who have all taken their turns skiing onto the IPC World Cup podium over the last Paralympic quadrennial.

In addition to recognizing the 100-day countdown to Pyeongchang, the athletes will set their sights squarely on officially kicking their season off by hosting more than 100 of the world’s top Para-Nordic skiers at the IPC World Cup in Canmore Nordic Centre, December 8-17, 2017.

Who:      National Para-Nordic Ski Team

When:   November 29, 2017

                12 noon MST

Where: Frozen Thunder Ski Loop – Near Biathlon Stadium

                                Canmore Nordic Centre



Chris Dornan

Media and Public Relations

Cross Country Canada

T: 403-620-8731