2012/2013 NNF Nordic Combined Fund Allocation

2012/2013 NNF Nordic Combined Fund Allocation

Nordic Combined joined the NNF community last year in efforts to raise funds for the next generation of Nordic Combined athletes to represent the US on the world stage. The recent successes and fantastic results were possible because of the interest, generosity and support from our amazing American Nordic community!

This summer, the NNF Nordic Combined allocated $36,500 toward 5 training camps to Europe, and paid for 1/4th of the total cost of the trips.  The winter season of competitions are now upon us.  The NNF Nordic Combined will contribute $41,700 toward the Continental Cup trips and the World Junior Championships this winter which are the stepping stones to the World Cups, Olympics and beyond.  These contributions represents about 1/3 of the trip costs and without this support, many athletes could not afford to participate.

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2012/2013 NNF Nordic Combined Funding Allocations $41,700

·       $28,500 – Continental Cup

Continental Cup racing is the critical competitive step before the World Cup. Our developing athletes will compete against thebest developing Nordic Combined skiers in the world. Racing, training, and learning the lessons that will prepare them for the World Cup in the years to come.

December 11-20 Park City, UT

January 19-20 Klingenthal, GER

February 1-18 Kranj, SLO, Eisenerz, AUT

February 28-March 18 Hoydalsmo, NOR, Ornskoldsvik, SWE, Rovaniemi, FIN

·       $12,000* – World Junior Championships

The World Junior Championship are where the nation’s top junior athletes first see how they stack up against the very best juniors in the World. Results at the annual World Junior Championship are often a precursor to the results at the World Ski Championships 2-4 years later.

Liberec, CZE January 12-28

*In addition the NNF will continue its Podium Challenge in which NNF will pay for the complete trip of any athlete that has a top-3 “podium” result.

·       $1,200 – Housing Exchange

This is an exchange program with the Czech team. In exchange for room and board in the US, the Czechs will provide our team with room and board in the Czech Republic.


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