World Senior Championships
First held in 1924 the FIS World Nordic Championships are hosted every 2nd year and become the focal point of the cross-country season. The Championships include the 3 Nordic disciplines of Cross-Country, Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined. 21 cross-country events were contested at the 2011 World Nordic Championships in Oslo, Norway. Canada has five World Championship medals in the 90 year history of the event, a sprint bronze by Sara Renner in 2005, a team sprint gold by Alex Harvey and Devon Kershaw in 2011, a sprint bronze by Alex Harvey in 2013, a sprint silver by Alex Harvey in 2015 and a skiathlon bronze by Alex Harvey in 2015. The next FIS World Nordic Championships will be staged in Lahti, Finland in 2017.
October 19, 2016
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships will be in Lahti (FIN) » More
June 5, 2014
FIS: Seefeld took this honor in the third ballot with 9 votes ahead of Oberstdorf » More
May 31, 2012
Lahti will host the 2017 Nordic World Championships » More
April 30, 2012
Organizing Committee Fiemme 2013 never stops » More
August 3, 2011
In a little more than 18 months, Val di Fiemme and the Trentino region will be hosting the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2013, » More
June 22, 2011
The Organizers of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2011 announced that the event was highly successful » More
April 20, 2011
As of now, all eyes in the Nordic Skiing world begin to turn to Val di Fiemme in Italy where the next World Championships will take place in 2013. » More
March 6, 2011
Le fondeur québécois Alex Harvey a terminé au 5e rang du 50 km masculin, dernière épreuve des Mondiaux de ski nordique, dimanche, à Oslo. » More
March 4, 2011
A new-look Canadian squad suited up to finish 12th in the men’s 4x10-kilometre relay on Friday at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Oslo, Norway.
March 3, 2011
For Canada, these are halcyon days. Gone is the stereotypical notion that we are a country of hockey players and curlers. End of story.