Haywood LIVE Report: World Cups in Norway, Canadian Champs start Wed. in Gatineau

    March 8, 2019

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    1) Mar. 9, 10 Oslo, Norway

    With the World Championships complete, the World Cup is starting up again this weekend in Oslo. On Saturday it is the second 50k in a row for the men, at the iconic Holmenkollen Ski Festival. Alex Harvey and Jack Carlyle, the Continental Cup leader, will suit up for Canada. The women's 30k will follow on Sunday.

    The race will be live streamed at 4 AM EST on  CBC Sports. 

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    2) Mar. 12 Drammen, Norway


    The World Cup then travels close by, to Drammen for a classic city sprint. The 1/4 finals start at 07:15 EST
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    For both races they can generally be watched on the following website http://www.sportlemon.tv/ or other streams, ensure you have proper computer security activated. Eurosport UK are generally providing live coverage in English. Note television doesn't necessarily cover the complete race live. Complete event coverage is usually available using the subscription based Eurosport player, however your computer's IP address must be based in Europe.
     
    FIS provide live updates on Live timing, and post race video highlights. You can usually also find post race footage on crosscountryski.us
     
    FIS Cross Country Website Results, Press Releases, Video... 

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    3) Mar. 13-20 Nakkertok Ski Centre, Gatineau, Quebec


    The 93rd Canadian Ski Championships get underway on Wednesday at Nakkertok ski club. It is organized by ENGNE, a consortium of 3 local clubs, Skinouk, Chelsea Nordiq, Nakkertok and the Gatineau Loppet. Over 800 racers are expected from all across Canada, the United States including 4 junior racers from Norway, including the sprint bronze medalist from the World Junior Championships.

    Races start at 9:00 EST and the first 3 races will be used to select the National group for the World Cup finals in Quebec City.

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    Follow the race circuits and National Ski Teams on the CCC website, Twitter FacebookInstagram.