The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) has joined forces with US Paralympics Nordic Skiing (USPN) to help Para athletes reach the top level in Nordic skiing and biathlon.
Nordic Skiing News
World Para Nordic Skiing held two webinars with the aim of increasing the number of technical delegates (TDs) and referees.
Paralympic legend Brian McKeever is planning to race two more seasons before ending his glittering Nordic skiing career at Beijing 2022.
Carina Edlinger, a bronze medallist at the Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics, has found a new guide, Daniel Bauer.
Seven American Para-Nordic skiers have been named to the national and development teams for the 2020-2021 season.
Belarusian Yury Holub clinched his first World Para Nordic Skiing crystal globe following the abrupt end of the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic which cancelled the Para Biathlon World Championships and the Nordic Skiing World Cup Finals in Sweden.
The United States have announced their team to compete at the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships in Östersund in Sweden with three of their best biathletes set for action.
Ivan Golubkov of Russia rounded off a successful Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Finsterau with a fifth gold medal.
Ivan Golubkov of Russia achieved his fourth gold medal at the Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Finsterau in Germany.
Russia secured three of the six gold medals at the Para Nordic Skiing World Cup on the first day of cross-country in Finsterau in Germany.
Russia earned four gold medals on the third day of the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Finsterau in Germany.
Anna Panferova of Russia achieved a second gold medal at the Para Nordic Skiing World Cup event in Finsterau in Germany.
Russia took three of the six gold medals on the first day of the Para Nordic Skiing World Cup event in Finsterau in Germany. with half of the 18 medals won on the day going to the nation.
Ukraine enjoyed a clean sweep of the podium in the biathlon relay standing team sprint at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Altenberg and Dresden.
Home athletes Martin Fleig and Anja Wicker won the respective men's and women's sitting events, on day two of sprint biathlon competition at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Altenberg and Dresden in Germany.