Training Update – NNF Grant Recipients

Training Update – NNF Grant Recipients

Hannah Halvorsen There are a lot of moving parts that have to be in the right place for someone to be able to race. As I come back from this injury, I am balancing a few different areas. If I am going to race, my head injury and my left knee (which had reconstructive...
Grant Recipients Announced

Grant Recipients Announced

NNF is excited to introduce the 2020 Grant recipients. NNF’s mission is to support athletic excellence in developing Nordic athletes in the United States. Most years, the NNF supports Pillar Projects to achieve its mission. These include supporting junior and...
Summer Success, Winter Expectations

Summer Success, Winter Expectations

Clubs across the U.S. kept up intense training programs this summer. Most recently in Vermont, NENSA hosted the App Gap, allowing teams including SMST2 and Craftsbury to compete within their own safety bubble. For the 7.25k Classic App Gap Invitational, 68 skiers from...
NNF Athlete Support Grants

NNF Athlete Support Grants

The National Nordic Foundation’s mission is to support athletic excellence in developing Nordic athletes in the United States. Athletic excellence emerges through rigors of training, unwavering commitment, and often subsequent successes, setbacks, and revisions, that...
Junior Worlds: Historic Results

Junior Worlds: Historic Results

Luke Jager: I just returned from Oberwiesenthal, Germany where I raced as a part of team USA at junior and u23 World Championships. There were a lot of truly heroic and historic results which were the product of years and years of incredible hard work and...
U23 WORLDS: 30KM WITH THE BEST IN THE WORLD

U23 WORLDS: 30KM WITH THE BEST IN THE WORLD

Zane Fields: When asked to write this piece I didn’t have any idea where to begin, this past week was so full of emotions and experiences it was hard to find one that rises above the rest. For myself this U23 World Championship was my first taste of racing...