FasterSkier Podcast: World Cup Musings with the Nordic Commentary Project

FasterSkierJuly 19, 20101

Today, we bring you the first in a series of podcasts with Nat Herz, Topher Sabot, and Colin Reuter and Christopher Tassava, the two founders and editors of the blog Nordic Commentary Project.

Reuter and Tassava describe their blog as “world cup nordic skiing chatter with a side of analysis, from two skiers and ski-racing fans. In these podcasts, we’ll offer some deconstruction of the last few weeks of developments in the cross-country ski world—and hopefully even make a handful of provocative statements. This week, we started out by discussing the failed plan for a Canadian Tour de Ski in the winter of 2012.


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  • JoranElias

    July 19, 2010 at 1:58 pm

    To the best of my knowledge, the Olympics got WC points from Sarajevo (1984) to Lillehammer (1994). Prior to that, I believe that the Olympics doubled as World Championships.

    That’s just my best guess based on FIS’s sometimes cryptic categorization on their website.

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