Masters Racing

Canadian Masters Cross Country Ski Association

The Canadian Masters Cross Country Ski Association was formed in 1980-81. From its humble beginnings of just a few members, the association has grown to where annual membership now ranges from 500-800 members.
Canada is one of the 28 member nations that make up the World Masters Association and the Canadian Masters represents Canada at these meetings.
To be a member of the Canadian Masters you must be 30 years of age and pay the annual membership fee of  $20.00. This entitles members to participate in the Masters World Cup which is held on an annual basis as well as to participate in any Provincial Masters events which are held.
The Association is governed by a Board of Directors with a director from each member province and territory sitting on the Board as well as a National Director. The Board meets annually during the National Masters Championships.
For more information please visit the Canadian Masters Cross-Country Ski Association

Masters Ski Facts: Basic information on ages of Masters skiers, the distances skied by various age groups and a schedule of races, which is the same each year. The only difference is that one year the first day will be classic technique and the next year it'll be skating technique. (This info can also be found in the new display of the Canadian Museum of Nordic Skiing at the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park Day Lodge - credit: Bristow/Rees).

Bow Valley Medallists: A compilation of eight amazing Bow Valley women and their achievements from 1986 to 2013. (This info can also be found in the new display of the Canadian Museum of Nordic Skiing at the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park Day Lodge - credit: Bristow/Rees).

The 2017 Canadian National Masters Cross Country Ski Championships will be hosted by Les Aventuriers de Charlo Ski Club in Charlo, NB from February 12th to 18th, 2017.

World Masters Cross Country Ski Association

The World Masters Cross Country Ski Association was formed in February 1982 as a worldwide associations for masters cross-country skiers. The Association provides a common international platform for top competitive skiers as well as for those who simply enjoy racing, regardless of the ranking.
For more information, please visit: World Masters Cross-Country Ski Association

Masters World Cups History: This document gives background on how it all got started and what the organization is like today. (This info can also be found in the new display of the Canadian Museum of Nordic Skiing at the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park Day Lodge - credit: Bristow/Rees).

Masters World Cup Venues and Canadian Details: Locations of each year’s Masters World Cup events, number of Canadians in attendance and how many medals were won by the Canadian each year. (This info can also be found in the new display of the Canadian Museum of Nordic Skiing at the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park Day Lodge - credit: Bristow/Rees).

Masters World Cup 2017


The Masters World Cup 2017 will take place in Klosters, Switzerland from March 3rd to 10th. See the Web Site for more details.

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