NNF Announces First Funding Allocations for 2014/2015

(Press release)

SALT LAKE CITY- The NNF Announced today over $90K in funding for grassroots skiing support. “This is only possible through the support of our grassroots donors,” explained Dave Knoop, executive director for the NNF, “The NNF extends a hearty thanks to all that raised money through the Drive for 25 and our outreach programs.”

The NNF bears a simple mission: to support athletic excellence in developing U.S. Nordic athletes. To that end, through grassroots support and large fundraising efforts like the Drive for 25, the NNF raises the funds necessary to support an environment of growth for skiers. Read more about NNF Pillar projects.

Below is the breakdown of funding as it will happens from the NNF and the contributions athletes can expect to make for the major championship events in the coming winter season. NNF allocations are made through the National Nordic Foundation Board of Directors and in no way manage team selection.

Trip Total Cost NNF Support Athlete cost
U18 $33,758 $24,758 $750
Pre-U23/World Junior Camp $13,555 $7,555 $500
U23/JWSC $54,550 $38,050 $750
Scando Cup $34,238 $19,838 $1,200
Total $136,101 $90,201


Still more funds are scheduled to be allocated as the season progresses. Follow the NNF on this site and through our social media channels for athlete funding news and more.

NNF U.S. Nordic Funding Distribution


National Nordic Foundation

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